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#6. Add farmhouse style to kitchen by replacing cabinet drawers with these old wooden crates.

#6. Add farmhouse style to kitchen by replacing cabinet drawers with these old wooden crates.

These Pop-up Spoon Chicks are a super fun Spring and Easter crafts for kids.  They are perfect for recycling plastic spoons.  A fun and simple DIY kids craft that is great for celebrating Spring.

These Pop-up Spoon Chicks are a super fun Spring and Easter crafts for kids. They are perfect for recycling plastic spoons. A fun and simple DIY kids craft that is great for celebrating Spring.

Bakery Style Chocolate Chip Cookies | stuckonsweet.com Who needs a fancy cake when you have a dessert like this! Create magic in the kitchen with this yummy recipe.

Bakery Style Chocolate Chip Cookies | stuckonsweet.com Who needs a fancy cake when you have a dessert like this! Create magic in the kitchen with this yummy recipe.

Sending our warmest #congratulations to William and Kate on the arrival of their #RoyalBaby

Sending our warmest #congratulations to William and Kate on the arrival of their #RoyalBaby

Ndebele patterns. Africa | Ndebele houses are painted by women who have been taught the techniques as part of their girlhood initiations. Originally, the designs, painted in mud and naturally occurring oxides, were comparatively muted. Today, the women use commercial paints, that although more costly, are intensely colored & do not deteriorate from the effects of weather. From the postcard book AFRICAN CEREMONIES | © Angela Fisher and Carol Beckwith

Ndebele patterns. Africa | Ndebele houses are painted by women who have been taught the techniques as part of their girlhood initiations. Originally, the designs, painted in mud and naturally occurring oxides, were comparatively muted. Today, the women use commercial paints, that although more costly, are intensely colored & do not deteriorate from the effects of weather. From the postcard book AFRICAN CEREMONIES | © Angela Fisher and Carol Beckwith