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We couldn’;t pass up the opportunity to sit down with Jason &; John, the Madcap Cottage Gents, at their home in High Point, North Carolina. They graciously invited us over for dinnerpersonalized gifts for kids, and befor...


We couldn’;t pass up the opportunity to sit down with Jason &; John, the Madcap Cottage Gents, at their home in High Point, North Carolina. They graciously invited us over for dinnerpersonalized gifts for kids, and before we dug into their spread, we discussed all of the gorgeous details in their home, their upcoming book Prints Charming, and much more.

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Every year I look forward to plunging into my Google Analytics and figuring out what were?my top projects for the year. I actually don’t track it during the year because I like to be surprised at the end (silly I know). ?After I make my “best projects of” list for that year, I carefully go through the list and try to figure out WHY they were the most popular projects, then try to plan my content for the next year accordingly. My goal each time I sit down at my computer is to create something of value for you, my readers. I figure if it was popular then you liked it. I don’t usually share statistics, but I noticed when I was compiling the list that over 3 million unique people visited during 2016- to me, that is absolutely crazy.

Try this easy fringe trim application to upcycle your existing wardrobe. Follow Leslie Padoll from the 7th Bone Tailoring team and learn techniques for using double needles, fringe trim, and sewing on knits.

Today I’m joining a group of bloggers to share some Christmas ornaments that you can craft at home in no time!? Thanks to Krista from The Happy Housie for organizing this fun DIY ornament hop!? My contribution is a simple deer cutout ornament with glittered antlers.? This could also be used as a gift tag or as a place card for your table setting.? First, thing you need is the template.? You can copy and paste the template below to your computer.

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