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    Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop #279

    Is summer fun on your mind? Me too! Of course, many of us have some weeks left before school officially ends and summer officially begins, but who cares? Summer thoughts abound and I will bet that your posts are starting to show it. We can hardly wait to see what you have for us! Before we get started with a new party, though, let’s appreciate the ones you all visited most last week … Most Viewed Mirror Gallery Wall – LeCultivateur Very Popular 25 Movies To Watch With Your High School Student – Our Unschooling Journey 35+ Self Care Ideas – Serenity You Lots Of Chocolate Lovers Facebook Covers –…

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    DIY raised shiplap garden bed

    Happy Memorial Day weekend!!! Hope y’all are having a safe and enjoyable weekend! As we get ready to enter into the summer months, isn’t it so much fun to be outside, enjoying the warmer weather? I love being outside and working in my yard. I built two raised beds to grow herbs and vegetables in. These are so easy to make and cost less than $100! I scored the cedar shiplap, to build my boxes, in the clearance wood pile at Home Depot….you should always check there first, it’s 50% off for wood that might be slightly warped, broken or split ends, etc. For this project, I didn’t mind having…

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    Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop

    Welcome to the Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop! We are so glad you are here. Hey, we want to thank you all for tweeting and sharing our party. The news is spreading and new guests arriving every week. Our party was viewed over 12,000 times last week! Keep up the good work and we will, too! So, let’s see what posts you visited last week the most. (Our features next week will based on the number of clicks from this week’s party! That is how it works ♥) Most Viewed Favorite Finds Friday – A Narrow Minded Woman Huge Bucket List And Printable Summer Calendar – Five Spot Green Living Very…

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    Mirror Gallery Wall

    I love vintage mirrors! Let’s face it, I love almost all vintage things! I am a collector, sometimes even on the verge of being a hoarder. I have been adding to my collection of mirrors for a couple years now, but never knew what I was going to do with them all, until last week… My little boy threw a toy at the tv and broke it. My first thought, “now I won’t be able to turn on Mickey Mouse to entertain him while I am cooking or cleaning in the kitchen” Then a more positive thought…”now I won’t have to hear Mickey Mouse while I am cooking and cleaning…

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    Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop 277

    Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop Welcome to this week’s party. We have great news! Two new bloggers have joined our team of co-hosts: Emily from LeCultivateur and Penny from Penny’s Passion. We are so excited to have them with us. Please be sure to visit their blogs and welcome them to the crew! Last week, these were the posts you viewed most… Most Viewed Orange Creamsicle Pie – I Dig Pinterest Very Popular Doughnut Bundt Cake – Our Table For Seven Patriotic Banner & Free Printables – Penny’s Vintage Home Cupcake Potholder Tutorial – The Apple Street Cottage Editor’s Picks Kindness Rocks – A Fun And Frugal Life So let’s get…

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    DIY wooden bud vase holder

    With Mother’s Day almost here, I wanted to share this quick and easy homemade gift idea, a wooden bud vase holder. For this project I used a 2×4, a 1×4, wood glue, finish nails, chalk paint, and 5 bud vases. I cut two 10 inch pieces of the 2×4, and two 10 inch pieces of the 1×4. I then glued the four pieces together, using wood glue. I added finish nails (the pink arrows in the picture below show the placement of the finish nails) in the top and bottom for extra stability. Make sure to place your nails on the edges so they don’t interfere with the holes for…

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    DIY recessed lighting

    Have you ever wanted to install recessed lighting, but don’t know where to start? I felt the same until I took a walk down the lighting aisle at Home Depot realized just how easy it would be to go from this….to this…. And it took me less than an hour and cost less than $20!!! What you will need is an “old work” recessed light. It will look like this… Located on the same aisle, you will also want to get a trim piece for the recessed light as well. There are a lot of trim styles to choose from, I got this one because it matches the other recessed…

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