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So, if you follow me on Facebook, you already know that I recently joined Weight Watchers in an effort to shed some pounds and get healthier! I even started a NEW Facebook page that I’ll exclusively post health updates, ideas, progress, recipes, and more (I’ve decided to keep the main Better Life Blog Facebook page only for crafting-related posts). So, feel free to check out my new Health Facebook Page by clicking here. Don’t be surprised if you also start seeing health-related blog posts here and there. I think being healthy is something that applies to everyone, so I’m sure we could all benefit from some inspiration to get healthy once in a while!

One thing you might already know about me is that I am a huge tea drinker! I start my mornings with a nice, hot, comforting cup of Lipton tea with sugar and milk. So yummy! And I love having a neat mug to drink my tea out of – it just makes life more fun!

Well, even if you don’t have a brown thumb like me, you can still make these beautiful paper hydrangea bouquets in these cute distressed mason jars! I LOVE how they turned out, don’t you?

I just LOVE flowers. I love looking at them. But you know what? I am HORRIBLE at caring for them. So, in general I am a fake flowers kinda girl. Until I can figure out what I’m doing to kill these poor flowers so quickly, I’ll just stick with artificial flowers.

Well, even if you don’t have a brown thumb like me, you can still make these beautiful paper hydrangea bouquets in these cute distressed mason jars! I LOVE how they turned out, don’t you?

Ahh Springtime… the flowers are blooming, the bees are buzzing and the crafters are making door mats!

I decided to try my hand at making a door mat. I knew it would come with some challenges due to the unique rough texture of a door mat, and as you can see in the video above, I had a huge fail right in the beginning. No worries though! I tested it out so that you don’t have to 🙂

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