Off To A Good Start: Favorite Projects Since The Blog’s Beginnings In 2012

2012 Favorites Simplicity In The South

In August of 2012, I decided to follow my dream of starting a home improvement and decor blog so I could share all the projects {and sometimes project-mishaps} that happen while the boys are in school and I am not working the night shift. I’m enjoying every minute of it and I’m looking forward to the new year sharing even more projects with all of you! I’m so happy that you all are following along

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Sun-dried Tomato, Spinach & Mushroom Baked Frittata

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{Low-Carb Brunch} Sun-dried Tomato, Spinach & Mushroom Baked Frittata 5.0 from 1 reviews Print Recipe type: Brunch Cuisine: Italian Author: Tricia @ Simplicity In The South Serves: 8 This recipe is a family favorite that is perfect for brunch, but we usually end up having it for dinner at least twice a month. It can be prepared the night before and then put in the oven the next day. This recipe is the vegetarian version,

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{Things to Remember}: Chalkboard Clipboard Teacher’s Gift

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For Parker and Mason’s teachers, I wanted to give them something handmade that they could use all year. The writing is done with a white marker, so it resembles the look of chalk but stays put when the chalkboard is wiped off. The supplies I used were a clipboard, painter’s tape, flat black spray paint, Recollections broad tip opaque marker in Snow White from Micheal’s, #320 fine grit sandpaper, and a piece of chalk. I

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Painted Pine Cone Garland {A Simple Christmas Craft Project}

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As promised, I’m sharing how I made the painted pine cone garland that I showed you in my Simple Christmas Vignette post.

With Christmas only 11 days away, any decorating project from here on out must have the following criteria: minimal effort, time and expense.

The only supplies you need are pine cones, spray primer, spray paint, jute twine and hot glue.

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I’m Guest Posting over at Beneath My Heart Today!

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Thanks to everyone who has left sweet comments on the framed Christmas ornament wreath that I posted last Sunday! It has been my favorite holiday project thus far. I’m a doing a guest post for Traci at Beneath My Heart today!!! {Can you tell by my the extra exclamation points that I’m a little excited? I promise I’ll try to control my punctuation marks from now on.} I never realized how much the blogging community

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{I’ve been} Framed Christmas Tree Ornament Wreath

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If there were such thing as the Glue Gun Police, I’d be an outlaw and my boys would be my partners in crime. My name would be Bonnie, and I would be packing a glue gun. And if you were to see the monstrosity of hot glue on the back of my wreath, I’d be fined for overzealous use of a craft product. Nothing comes between a crafty girl and her glue gun…except for thin

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A Simple Christmas Vignette

A Simple Christmas Vignette

As I am sitting here writing this, it is 72 degrees outside and I’m not complaining at all. This girl is enjoying it while it lasts. It’s at least beginning to feel a little like Christmas in my living room. Since our TV is above our mantle, I put together a vignette on our empire chest that sits by our front door. Your may remember my fall vignette in the same spot. Since we have

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