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5 Ways to Create a Spring Floral Bridal Shower Party

When the sun begins to shine and the flowers are blooming, we know that spring showers will soon bring forth the most beautiful blossoming colors to our yards and patios. It’s also the best time to host an event for a couple-to-be overflowing with fresh ingredients and refreshments to match. With our friends at Cakebread

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How To Cover a Lampshade with Fabric

I don’t know about you but I love bringing new life into old things (re: my obsession with estate sales and all of the furniture I’ve refinished). When I found these lamps at an estate sale for $10 apiece, I knew that I could transform them into something beautiful with the addition of this Brunshwig

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Gardening Inspiration from Etsy

Forget about the big box stores, you don’t want to waste your time or money with artificial and factory-made items: nothing beats the special experience of finding an original quality handmade piece. That’s why I love supporting Etsy sellers, especially when it comes to garden supplies. From creative gloves to herb holders, there is something

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Colorful Spring Capsule Wardrobe

I recently went through a wardrobe cleanse. I decided that I hated nearly 90% of my current wardrobe, leaving behind what I felt was old, tired, and worn out. At least that’s how it felt. Now “hate” is a strong word — but you get the idea. I needed to hit the refresh button and

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One Room Challenge Guest Bedroom Reveal

Supply chain issues!! My favorite reason for why this post is so beyond delayed from my other One Room Challenge posts – which due to my infrequent blogging updates I will also blame on supply chain issues… But in seriousness, as I stare down the sun-strewn guest bedroom from my office chair, I’m so proud

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How to Get the Flakiest Salmon Ever with This Trick

If you’re buying salmon off the shelf instead of catching it straight out of the river, chances are it arrives to the grocery store frozen and you buy it thawed. This means, during the freezing and thawing process, the salmon loses a little bit of it’s firmness and retains more moisture causing a limp, mushy

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How to Know Atlanta: A Guide to the Atlanta History Center

History is Messy. But history is also vibrant, dynamic, and thanks to the many fantastic curators at Atlanta History Center, history is incredibly approachable. AHC is filled with plenty of exhibitions that appeal to all interests. You probably know about the History Center from Swan House, the iconic 1920s home that starred in the Hunger

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