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DIY - Easter Egg Wreath

It’s March 1st and I want Spring to be here!! What better way to get rid of the winter blues than to create a bright and cheery Easter wreath. Full discloser here, this is the 1st wreath I have EVER made! So, it is totally NOT perfect, but I think it is pretty adorable.  Full Blog Post…

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Added by MaryChris Williams on March 2, 2014 at 12:49am — No Comments

DIY - Easter Egg Wreath

It’s March 1st and I want Spring to be here!! What better way to get rid of the winter blues than to create a bright and cheery Easter wreath. Full discloser here, this is the 1st wreath I have EVER made! So, it is totally NOT perfect, but I think it is pretty adorable. Full blog post CLICK HERE…

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Added by MaryChris Williams on March 2, 2014 at 12:47am — No Comments

Help!! Brighten Up My Family Room!!

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So, my BBF sent me this text, “I need help!!!!  How do I make my house look like these pictures??”,  she then proceeded to send several texts of pictures from Pinterest.  The last text she sent read, “Think Target prices, not Pottery Barn!”.…

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Added by MaryChris Williams on February 24, 2014 at 5:10pm — No Comments

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