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My TJ Maxx favorites

TJ Maxx! Do your eyes light up when you drive by like mine do? It is definitely in my top 5 favorite stores so I thought I would share some of my TJ Maxx favorites!

 

TJ Maxx is my FAVORITE place for hair products! Especially this Chi heat protectant and the best hair spray ever!

If you haven’t tried Big Sexy Hair you need to. Like yesterday. Trust me. You won’t regret it!

I have heard rumors that it is also the best place for dry shampoo! I need to get into that. 4 kids=dry shampoo!

 

Mugs are totally my love language but let’s be honest. We go on a hunt for Rae Dunn.  It’s like a scavenger hunt for grown ups.

  Unfortunately, my Rae Dunn mug hunt wasn’t successful on this trip but I did find these goodies!

 

So cute, right? Next up. Paper products! I don’t know why they excite me but they do. Look at these unicorns!

 

How  stinkin’ cute are these? Totally adorable!

 

I am also a total pillow addict and TJ Maxx is the BEST place for name brand pillows. Period.

And let’s not forget throw pillows!

Tons and tons of pillows. Sort of like pillow heaven.

 

Hot pink. Kate Spade. Crazy soft blanket. Do I need to say anything else?

 

My last fav TJ Maxx find is platters! Give me all the white platters! They are perfect for every holiday and celebration and never go out of style!

 

I would love to know what your favorite TJ Maxx finds are! Happy shopping Maxinistas!

 

Hugs.

Jessica

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DIY Inspired Rae Dunn Eggs

I love all things Rae Dunn. Like really love it. But let’s be real, it is hard to find it. Unless you can spend your days stalking your closest TJ Max it just isn’t gonna happen. So, when thinking of how I was going to decorate my bar cart for spring I knew I needed some fillers and what would be better than Rae Dunn inspired Easter eggs!

And can we say easy! You need 2 supplies! Wooden eggs (I got mine at Michaels) and vinyl cut in The Skinny font. You can download the font for free at Dafont.

Once your vinyl is cut using your favorite cutting machine you are ready to label your eggs! They are perfect to nestle in among your spring and Easter decorations. Now, where else can I put these sweet little eggs?

Praying your day is blessed!

Jessica

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Pom Pom Love

I am a lover of all things pom pom so the idea to hot gluing them to a pillow case in the shape of a heart was a no brainer! Is it possible to look at a pillow full of pink pom poms and not smile? I mean seriously, I bet you can’t do it!

This project only required a few supplies:

  • pillow cover (mine is from Hobby Lobby)
  • hot glue gun
  • pom poms
  • pencil to draw your design

Before you start make sure you place something inside your pillow cover so you don’t glue the front to the back! A piece of paper works just fine!

After you sketch your design just start gluing! That’s it! Easy peasy and oh, so adorable!

You can watch the video of our Facebook Live below!

xoxo,

Jessica

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No Sew Pillows

I really believe there is no such thing as to many throw pillows! My hubby totally disagrees! Since I know this is a battle I won’t win and because the cost of throw pillows is crazy high I have a sneaky little trick to make them quick and inexpensive!



Supplies:

Placemat (it has to be two pieces sewn together)

Seam ripper

Hot glue gun

Batting (or the Christmas snow that is on clearance right now)

Enjoy our FB live tutorial!

Happy pillow making,

Jessica

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Farmhouse DIY Decor

With farmhouse décor being all the rage, this little planked sign called out to me to give it a farmhouse makeover! What I love most about this is how you can switch it up for seasons or holidays. It would look adorable on the wall or resting on an easel. I just love the simplicity. Are you a farmhouse girl?

Love and shiplap,

Jessica

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Simple Rustic Christmas Wreath

This rustic Christmas wreath was a cinch to make! With only a few supplies, we took this plain grapevine wreath and gave it a rustic makeover!  If the rustic look doesn’t match your décor look for floral picks that coordinate with your theme. Instead of antlers you could attach ornaments, cotton, or berries. This time of year the craft stores are overflowing with greenery, picks, and ribbon! So many choices! You will be whipping these out in no time!

Happy wreath making,

Jessica