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Christmas Centerpieces

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20 Magical Christmas Centerpieces That Will Make You Feel The Joy Of The Holidays

Need Christmas centerpiece ideas? Here's where you'll find all the inspiration you need for your prettiest, most festive holiday table yet.

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Lemonade Makin' Mama

Summer is right around the corner and I, for one, can't wait. In this house, we are counting down the days because with two people in middle school, its been a year of roller coaster emotions and I feel like we are limping toward the finish line around here! As you know, I have the loveliest part-time job organizing and decorating and staging people's living spaces. After work we are always joking around about how we can not shut it off once we have finished up for the day and headed home... we walk in our doors and have to find something to clean, organize, tidy, redecorate and such. We all do it. Yesterday, we had one of those scheduled meetings for a 504 planning session at school for one of my kiddos and I was a nervous wreck all day in anticipation of it. I spent the whole day trying not to think about it and of course it's all I could think about, so I poured myself into nesting. These are the tweaks that evolved from my afternoon of nerve-managing. (The meeting went well- but there is no way to escape the raw emotional turmoil after those meetings and the way you tend to feel as a mom looking at/fearing the future and such. I can't go into it much, as I don't know who reads this anymore that might be connected to my kids, but those kinds of meetings are always hard and painful on the heart, and that, I can tell you. After the meeting, I was trying not to fall apart and cry all over the place, and thinking I might actually succeed, when a neighbor I'd never met, stopped in to tell me about a situation that had happened with this child a few weeks before. Though she was very kind, the timing could seriously not have been worse for my poor mama's heart. All of the raw edges I'd been barely hanging onto crashed in on me at once and I sobbed for a couple of hours and I couldn't make myself stop. I couldn't figure out why of all days, a few weeks after the incident, yesterday was the day that had been destined for me to be "enlightened" about my child's poor choice. But when Adrain came home and prayed with me, thanking God for the events of the day- even the hard ones, I was reminded that someday I will be able to be the ultimate empathizer to some young mama dealing with kids on the spectrum or special needs and all that entails, and maybe I can share yesterday with her and tell her that at the end of the day, with God's help, I survived. (And she will too.) Praise the Lord. Motherhood is so hard sometimes isn't it? Well that's all I'll say about that now. Thank you so much for being there for me- so many of you on Instagram reached out with virtual hugs in that moment where I was sobbing and falling apart like a crazy woman, and loved on me.) So moving onward and upward. People frequently ask me what I do with our decor as it's always changing. For the most part, I keep rotating many of the same things around in various rooms and uses, and I've got a large tub that I store in the garage with decor items not in use such as picture frames, prints, seashells, votives, sand, moss, and other random decor items. I do tend to donate or consign anything I have not used in the space of two seasons so it can bless another person. (If I am hanging onto it in a closet or something and not using it at all, it's not blessing me or anyone else.) I also have a huge tub with white candles of every size, and I have a linen closet between my kiddos rooms where I store trays and baskets, extra bedding, cloth napkins, guest room essentials and random things with no home that I keep for decor tweaking. If I know I want to do some nest fluffing, I tend to pull the tub inside and lay things out, walking from room to room, changing items here and there, often several times, until I've got things the way I want them. No surface is off limits and I love spending an afternoon moving things like this. It feels very homey to move this candle here, or that plant over there, etc. As for photos that get changed often, I simply use a dab of spackle on the end of my finger, and push it into the tiny hole left behind and then I use an artist brush and touch up the paint as needed. It keeps the walls looking nice and I don't feel guilty about moving things around on a whim! I have printed out nearly every Instagram photo I've ever taken into these tiny books using the printstagram site. The mini books hold 50 photos each and come as a two pack for $12. It's a blast to keep them out where people can enjoy them. I always think, why take lovely photographs if you aren't going to DO something with them? (Which reminds me that I've got to finish our Mexico photo book. I love using Snapfish for that as you an usually find a pretty decent coupon and I choose the same sized book each time so they all look like part of a collection.) Not a lot has changed in the kitchen, in anticipation of summer... Still loving, LOVING, loving the doors off and the glass doors moved over here, so I had to slip another photo of it into this post... sorry for the house redundancy! Ha! So farmhouse casual and inviting to me. I found these wire fairy lights (not their real name) at the grocery store in the outdoor area. They are my favorite! I also moved a basket of magazines back out onto the bottom shelf because I love those lazy summer afternoons with iced tea on the front porch where I can actually pull them out and read all the articles I've saved over the past few months. (Have we ever talked about my magazine reading system? Here it is in a nutshell- (and don't you dare laugh.) I first go through fairly quickly and dog-ear anything that I want to revisit like a product or site I'd like to try or a project or a decor arrangement I like. Then later, when I have the time, I go through and slowly try to soak anything up that I missed. I dog-ear a few more pages or un-dog-ear a few and then I whip back through and rip out every dog-earred page that remains, mark notes about what sparked my attention, and then I organize them into a binder with plastic sleeves. It becomes my inspiration book and I'd been doing that long before Pinterest came around.) I put the much used dominoes in a jar. I love putting games out and about for Summer. We seem to play them more and I have no idea why. Less busy maybe? Tiny tweaks... nothing major...but I did move a large mirror back into the guest room behind the table. It bounces lovely light into this room. And... I'm completely ready for overnight guests for the summer! (I only show this ugly-ish corner because I never do... )We moved our desk out of here but the printer stayed. Ugh it's so ugly but it's gotta go someplace and better here than in the kitchen! I would love a sweet, comfy chair and side table someplace in this guest room but I'll have to keep my eyes open for the perfect one. It can't be too large but it should be very comfortable. It's always so fun to have a shopping goal in the back of your mind but no hurry so you can browse until you find just the right one at the right price! And finally...( sorry to show a restroom. I think that's so weird but well... whatever.) I wanted to point out that I made over that old egg basket with yellow spray paint. It is my very favorite thing in this bathroom because it is so fun and lighthearted! Okay friends, that's it. Just a few tweaks here and there! Are you tweaking your decor much for Summer?

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How to Recreate these 7 Viral TikTok DIY Christmas Decor Ideas

It’s Christmas time! There’s something about DIY-ing your own Christmas door that just makes the holidays feel extra special. Not to mention, you can save a lot of money wit DIY Christmas Decor TikTok has a lot of great DIY content I’ve been wanting to share. I compiled a list of 7 DIY Christmas Decor […]

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DIY Holiday Arrangement Gifts

Looking for the perfect unique and homemade gift to bring to friends and family around the holidays? Look no more! As the holidays come around, our calendars are full of parties and get-togethers. Now, we know what this means. Your houses are full of cookies, candy and treats galore. We tend to always lean towards... Read more »

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Christmas Decorating Dallas

Interior Designer Dallas: Baker Design Group is a full service commercial and residential christmas decorating company serving DFW, Dallas, Plano, McKinney, Frisco and the surrounding area. Please call 972-417-3800 to receive exceptional design services today!

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Simple Christmas Decorations For Your First Apartment

If you love Christmas but are tired of the conventional Santa decorations, you should definitely take a look at these.

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Decoración con esferas navideñas - Todo Bonito

En estas fiestas te propongo innovar y reciclar las esferas navideñas que ya no utilizas, con hermosas ideas como las que te muestro a continuación. Manos a la obra! Decoración con esferas navideñas ¡Las esferas de nuestro arbolito sirven para decorar de todo! Mira cuantas lindas ideas para poner en

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3-Minute DIY Snow Covered Pine Cones & Branches {3 Ways!}

3-minute gorgeous DIY snow covered pine cones & branches in 3 ways! Easy pinecone craft for winter weddings, farmhouse, Thanksgiving, Christmas decorations!

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