Raising A Farmhouse

Monday, March 18, 2019

Tissue Paper Rose Tutorial

Happy Monday friends!
I'm so excited to share this tutorial with you! This is a fun and inexpensive
 way to bring some florals into your home with out breaking the bank!

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Monday, March 11, 2019

Spring cleaning in the Farmhouse dining room and a vintage mirror

I have been doing some major spring cleaning/baby proofing in the house.
It's been extremely difficult doing this with...
well a baby and one that's hell on wheels...literally (in a walker)
 Let's just say... nothing is safe!


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Monday, March 4, 2019

Anthropologie Inspired Tassel Blanket

Hi friends!
 It's been a while since I could get my life together and actually get a post done!
 I have about 4-5 drafts just waiting to be written,
 but I never can get the energy to hit that edit button and write them... 
BUT... 
This One.
This one I was so excited about, so I made the effort!
Today I'm talking about how I took a plain, old, handmade, thrift store blanket and turned into an Anthropologie inspired treasure!
And I'm so excited to share this with you!

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Wednesday, February 6, 2019

The Perfect Coat and a Weight loss Update

I wanted to share with you guys my one my fave new coats.
I bought this on Christmas as a gift to myself:)It's the perfect light weight wool blend coat.

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Monday, February 4, 2019

Incorporating A Red Rug into a Neutral Farmhouse home

When you think farmhouse, you probably don't think of the color red.
Ya, me neither, in fact, I really am not a fan of the color, especially if it's a wall.
It's not the color you would mix in your stereotypical farmhouse decor, but if you have followed me for a while, you probably have realized I don't do stereotypical, in fact some things aren't even farmhouse at all. I still love them and incorporate them tho, cause that's just how I roll.
 I enjoy an eclectic flare to my decor even though I keep it pretty neutral,
and if you asked me if I liked the color red,
I would straight up tell you NO!


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