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Refashion Series Episode 6 // The Pom Dress

I've had this dress in my refashion stash for so long, I can't even remember where I got it. It was either a local thrift store or a swap meet. I do remember being excited about it's potential. The fabric is a lovely neutral that can beautifully pair with a large...

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Refashion Series Ep. 5 The Metta Hawaiian Dress

Back at it again refashioning on another piece I inherited from my sweet Grandma Metta.  I like to take breaks between refashioning her pieces and thrifted items because it's so emotional to work with her things.  It's also a lot more stressful, because making a fatal...

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Fleece Navidad–DIY Fleece Headband gifts

This post was made in partnership with JOANN.  All opinions are my own.  There are also affiliate links included at no cost to you. I've always been one for a good pun, so when I saw a sweatshirt that had a sheep on it and read "Fleece Navidad," I was in love.  Based...

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Large, modern, and affordable LDS Artwork

When we moved into our house in April, we were suddenly faced with masses of tall empty walls. Moving out of a basement apartment, we didn't have nearly the artwork or furniture we needed to fill the space.  I needed decor and fast, but I also still needed money in...

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DIY Flannel Receiving Blankets 3 Easy Ways

This post is a collaboration between JOANN and I.  All opinions are my own. I spent over an hour just grazing the selection of flannels at JOANN before I could finally decide what to get. It was actually very enjoyable. I felt like a kid in a candy store.  I brought...

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Ridiculously Easy Last Minute Halloween Costumes

Tired of being a pedestrian for Halloween every year? With little time and minimal effort, you can go from boring, to costumed in about 5 minutes or less. Caught in Bad Weather This first costume is one of my favorites. I used some craft wire to make it look like...

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