House Tour: Grace Happens

Today I’m featuring the beautiful home of Grace from Grace Happens. You’ll quickly realize she has impeccable taste and a beautiful home. Enjoy! I know I did.
                            Living Room
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                          Master Bedroom
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                                  Dining
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                                 Kitchen
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                             Master Bath
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                         Lil Guy’s Room
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Isn’t her home just lovely? I love that the walls are all stark white, but the home is not lacking color or character. This is an example that contrary to popular belief, even if you live in a rental with white walls, you can still have a beautiful space. Check out her blog for the befores to see the incredible transformations.

Sewing Jar

I’ve been seeing these little jars all over blogland and while sewing last night I decided to make one. Found some scrap fabric, stuffing, glue gun and scissors. Here’s how I did it in pictures. (If you have any specific questions just let me know.) It was super easy and I already love the new addition to my lil craft room.

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Fill it with button and some thread, stick a few needles in the top and viola! You have a new sewing jar that is portable nonetheless! The best part is that you can customize it to match your space. Now get cracking and make a jar for yourself!
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Craft Room Gallery Wall

We recently switched my youngest little's room closer to us after a suspected possible break-in. (turns out the alarm system just needs a new battery) Anywho. . . we're more comfortable with his room next to us anyway. Benefits to me? Little N is safe and I get a bigger craft room as a result. No complaints here! So it's been a work in progress since we moved in because it's last man on the totem pole in the house. I finally busted out some frames, printed a few things and hung new and old. It's nothin crazy fancy, but it's a huge improvement from before. Hope you enjoy! 
(please excuse the crazy terrible photos. I still have a ghetto point n shoot camera that is not my friend)








I'm going to interrupt for a moment. This lovely of a ceramic stool was a steel. A steel I tell ya! I was moseying through Ross the other day and saw this lovely. Price tag says, "$49.99 compare at $100.00"  THEN it was marked down to $35 from there! That's 65% OFF!!! I said, "I don't know where you'll go yet, but you are coming home with me. I've been looking for a great garden stool and there it was staring me in the face. Now it stares my craft room in the face.




So there it is. One wall pretty much done in the craft room. Next on the list for there is to revamp my little sewing table and get a chair for it. Do you know how hard it is to sew without a chair!?! hehe!

Supply List
Nest Pic-Michael's circa 2009
"Be Happy"-printable from Sprik Space (pssst! She has more colors!!)
Frame-Ikea
Sunburst Plate Thing- Bookmans (local book exchange. They also have a random knickknacks corner)
"?" -Robert's Crafts in UT. They were going out of business so it was like .50!
Hummingbird Painting-Thrifted Circa 2010 (original painting by Cavalla 1975)
Deer Print-Free Printable via Danielle Oakey Interiors (she's amazeballs btw!)
Chair Prints-Free Printable via Danielle Oakey Interiors

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