Earlier in the year I shared how painting our kitchen was on our 2018 bucket list. Well, spring break from school landed me with ten days off and tons of motivation to get things moving. In case you haven’t seen it before, here is our teeny, tiny kitchen before we painted:
Is it just me? Or are store-bought cards ridiculously expensive anymore?? Honestly, at this point, the card is pricey enough to be an actual GIFT, rather than something that tells who the gift is from. I love cards, and usually spend a lot of time finding the perfect one. However, in the interest of saving money, I decided to get a bit crafty this year and make my cards by hand. I’ve included a few examples here to get your creative juices flowing, as well as some supplies that will help you get the job done.
I’ve never been a huge Halloween fan. Having kids does help to make the day a bit more fun, however. For the past 3 years, our church has hosted a Halloween Trunk-or-Treat which has attracted crazy hoards of people- I seriously don’t know where they all come from. This excitement and build-up of Trunk-or-Treat has definitely spurred some enthusiasm and competition in our family and friends that makes us think long and hard about what our family will be for Halloween.
I LOVE organization.
Pregnancy has possibly led me to an obsession-level love of organization.
There’s nothing that makes me happier than when my home is organized. As an interior decorator, I can go on and on about the emotional side of your home and what this place means to me and my family. But functionally speaking, I want this place to run like a factory, as cold and heartless as that sounds.