Kristie Jones
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Emily from JDC's Wall of L's. Love this idea for a gallery wall theme! And super love the white walls and greyed down hardwood flooring.

Emily from JDC's Wall of L's. Love this idea for a gallery wall theme! And super love the white walls and greyed down hardwood flooring.

Meet my new living room pillows! L O V E! PILLOW COVER 18x18 TAN Throw Pillow Covers by SayItWithPillows, $17.95

Meet my new living room pillows! L O V E! PILLOW COVER 18x18 TAN Throw Pillow Covers by SayItWithPillows, $17.95

Also, now that we are married adults, I have been dreaming of the day when we can finally start to create a place to call home that truly feels like our home. I think we have both decided on a very neutral pallet, with many shades of tan, gray and white – with a touch of greenery and copper colors.

Also, now that we are married adults, I have been dreaming of the day when we can finally start to create a place to call home that truly feels like our home. I think we have both decided on a very neutral pallet, with many shades of tan, gray and white – with a touch of greenery and copper colors.

Peel and sick planks for walls. When I painted my kitchen white I left one wall unpainted, on purpose of course. I’m slowly transitioning my ...

Peel and sick planks for walls. When I painted my kitchen white I left one wall unpainted, on purpose of course. I’m slowly transitioning my ...

Looking for an on-the-go snack idea? These Oatmeal Strawberry Bites are easy, satisfying and go down in just a few bites. Mix oats, sunflower butter, honey and vanilla in a food processor until blended. Then add the strawberries until coarsely chopped. Roll and press the mixture into 1-inch balls. Voila! It’s ready. Snack ‘em, pack ‘em, enjoy them anyway you want—perfect breakfast for the kiddos.

Looking for an on-the-go snack idea? These Oatmeal Strawberry Bites are easy, satisfying and go down in just a few bites. Mix oats, sunflower butter, honey and vanilla in a food processor until blended. Then add the strawberries until coarsely chopped. Roll and press the mixture into 1-inch balls. Voila! It’s ready. Snack ‘em, pack ‘em, enjoy them anyway you want—perfect breakfast for the kiddos.