Happy 4th of July weekend, friends! I hope you all had a safe and fun time celebrating!
I’ve been a little MIA this past week. I decided to take the week off while we hosted some out-of-town friends while also celebrating a big milestone; I’ve reached a new decade! I’m so thrilled to see what my 30’s will bring!
We’re so excited to see what you’ll be sharing with us this week. Let’s party!
Meet Your Hosts
Fruit Of The Spirit Free Printable from Sew Much Crafting.
Nautical Knot Door Decor from Dwelling In Happiness.
DIY Giant Clipboard Video from The Logbook.
Simple Tie Die Mickey Shirts from Curly Crafty Mom.
Front Door Hanging Watermelon Decor from The Southern Couture.
Monthly Baby Update from Burlap and Babies.
How To Make Beautiful Chalkboard Art Video from The DIY Mommy.
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How cute is this little coastal sea shell wreath from my Pinterventures? It calls my name! I love the shells attached to all the netting. This has summer written all over it!
I so wish we had the room in our house to create a simple but beautiful DIY entryway mudroom like Sarah from Little Red Brick House did! I love that bench, and the bead board is my favorite part!
Not only is this nursery so incredibly darling, but I love the super simple and cheap valance from C.R.A.F.T that spruces up the window! You’ll never believe how easy it is to put together!