Brilliant Hacks for Organizing Your Refrigerator

I am so excited to put our new Samsung fridge to use with these brilliant hacks for organizing your refrigerator. It’s no secret that the fridge can become super messy and disorganized quickly, so I decided to confront the problem head-on.

First, I knew that I wanted to make a kid-friendly snack space in our refrigerator so that my son can pack his own lunch, get his own snacks, and more.

Kid Friendly Snack Zone

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DIY Earring Organizer From a Picture Frame

DIY Earring Organizer

I made this DIY Earring Organizer From a Picture Frame to house my constantly-growing collection of dangling earrings. I *may* have a few pairs of earrings, so why not display them in a way that’s beautiful and helps me find them easily? Win-win!

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Get Linens Ready for Holiday Guests

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All content and opinions as always, are my own.

Get Linens Ready for Holiday Company

For me, the holiday season means one thing — family coming to visit! In the days (weeks!) before they arrive, I stress myself to the max planning and cleaning and getting everything ready for their arrival.

We vacuum, mop, dust, pick up toys… You name it.

But one thing that’s often at the bottom of the list is linens. And having nice, crisp, clean linens is probably the most important thing you can do to make guests feel welcome. So I thought I’d share some of the ways I try to go that extra step and organize our linen closet for when guests come to stay.

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Yarn-Wrapped Letters

Yarn Wrapped Letters

Yarn-wrapped letters are an easy way to add a festive flair to your home decor. I used them for table decorations at our fall party and they turned out so cute!

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DIY Sweeper Wet Pads + More Kitchen Switch Ups

DIY Sweeper Wet Pads

Make these DIY Sweeper Wet Pads with items you probably already have! I’m working with Viva® Vantage® to switch up my kitchen routine with their paper towels, and I was so impressed with the results.

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Neon Animals DIY Playroom Artwork

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Neon Animals DIY Playroom Artwork

This fun Neon Animals DIY Playroom Artwork will brighten up any play space — and you can make it yourself with just a few supplies!

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Custom Rug Designs with FLOR


Earlier this week, I was invited to visit the FLOR location here in Dallas for their National Design Challenge and book signing with Robin Wilson. Andrew and I had such a great time, I wanted to share our experience from the event with you!

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Don’t Do It Yourself #DDIY with Carpet One

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Did you buy a fixer-upper that needs new flooring? Don’t do it yourself — go to the experts at Carpet One. Now is the perfect time to check out their selection with their #DDIY Sale going on right now!

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DIY Christmas Mason Jar Candle Holder

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Holiday Candle Display

One of my favorite ways to refresh a room during the holidays is to use some scented candles as decorations. With this DIY Christmas Mason Jar Candle Holder, you just have to add a fun holiday votive to make guests feel like they’re walking in a winter wonderland.

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DIY Princess Tower Party Decorations

DIY Princess Tower Party Decorations

I recently hosted a Disney Princess Party for my niece, River, and her friends. I made these DIY Princess Tower Party Decorations using some spare cardboard and paint, and wanted to share the tutorial in case you’re planning your own Princess Party! It’s an easy way to add an elegant touch to your party decorations!

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Andrew's Star Wars Nursery


I’ve mentioned a few times that we decided to go with a Star Wars theme for Andrew’s nursery.


I’m really excited to share with you the finalized version and how it turned out!


No nursery is complete without a chair to rock and feed the baby.


I had to add this throw pillow from Pottery Barn to accent the theme.


Here’s the other side of the nursery, with the changing table and one side of the crib. We went with a dark blue, white and light blue color scheme.

I really love these Baby Star Wars prints that I ordered off Etsy.

I hand painted the shelves and added some letters from Hobby Lobby to spell out his name. We also added a frame with one of the ultrasound pictures.


The vinyl letter decal above the crib is one of my favorite parts of the nursery.

This Star Wars baby blanket was my inspiration for the nursery.


Andrew’s bookshelf features an eclectic mix of Star Wars items, from the Darth Vader Build-a-Bear (a gift from Aunt Morgan), to the How to Speak Wookiee book.


One of my favorite features in the nursery is the collage of Wookiee the Chew images from James Hance.

I really love the one of Wookiee the Chew with the Storm Trooper helmet above the bookshelf.


I think we were able to pull together a cute baby boy nursery that wasn’t too over-the-top.

Here’s a list of where we got all the different items:


Andrew really loves his nursery.


After all, two Yodas are better than one, right? Protection Status