Tag Archives: inspiration

Repurpose Design Series Reveal Day

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   Today’s the day! It’s Reveal Day for our first Repurpose Design Series! If you’re new here to Buckets of Burlap…Welcome! I’m honored that you are visiting my blog 🙂 The challenge was to add #salvageswagger to our homes by finding a used item to repurpose for $20 or less. And without further delay… my […]

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Growing Foxgloves

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Last spring I planted two foxglove plants. After adoring them in photos on Pinterest, I really wanted to try to grow some in our garden. They are one of the prettiest cut-flowers. Well, good news is, they grew…and grew 🙂 Of course, I had to clip a few stalks to bring inside to enjoy.  I […]

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A Walk Through Our Flower Garden

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In the late afternoon as the sun begins to sink below the treeline…this is where you’ll find me. I love to spend time each evening walking through the garden. Here is a bridal wreath bush. It’s taller than I am now. We don’t have any veggies planted yet. Tomatoes, peppers…we’ll plant those real soon, I […]

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Goblet Centerpieces

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I believe in having fresh flowers on our table inside…it’s one of my favorite decorating tips. Candles and fresh flowers. When I grow up, I want to be a florist 😉 I love cutting all types of blooms and arranging them just so for little centerpieces. I thought three little goblets would look pretty full […]

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An Herb Wreath & Watermelon Salad

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The herbs are all blooming in the garden! I wanted to make an herb wreath this spring…using fresh herbs. I’ve had a few favorite herb wreaths pinned to my Garden Pinterest Board for a while…and finally had a chance to make one while Amy from Tennessee was here 🙂 So, we gathered these herbs: sage, […]

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Be Still and Know

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Have you ever really thought about that verse? “Be still, and know that I am God.” Psalm 46:10  To be still…that’s not very easy for me. I’m usually one to stay busy, getting things done, multi-tasking. Projects, work, kids, home…   Although, this past winter has been different. I’ve had the painful “frozen shoulder” and […]

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