I am so happy to announce that we now have our couch back in our den! Woohoo!!! We actually have a place to sit! I have never loved my couch so much in my life.
So now we have the couch and our tv on the piano bench. What else could we need?!
Tonight, I have been watching Christmas movies with the boys on the couch, and it feels great! I’ve also had a chance to look through all the great projects linked up at my Best DIY Projects of November party.
If you haven’t had a chance to check them out, click on the button to see all the goodness.
Here are a few I thought you would enjoy and wanted to share with you:
Beth has done it again! I recently featured her roman shade, and now I am loving the new headboard she made out of drop cloth!
She gives a great tutorial of how she made it so click on the picture to check it out. Great job, Beth!
Being Brook created this beautiful rustic wood headboard for just $35.00. She has a lot of beautiful pictures of her new headboard and shares how she made it.
Kudos to Strawberries and Sweet Love for painting her first piece of furniture!
I think the chair turned out great, don’t you?
How precious is this?
Wouldn’t this be a great gift idea too? I think it would be a cute Christmas gift for Grandparents with all of the grandchildren’s handprints on it.
What a special Christmas treasure! She said she would be filling the pockets with little cards that had activities for her family to do each day, along with a bible verse from the Christmas story. Great idea, Lauren!
I love that sign and those cute little trees on stumps. Precious!
My heart took a deep breath when I read the scripture on this sign. It is one of my very favorite scriptures found in Lamentations 3:22.
“Because of the Lord’s great love, we are not consumed, for His compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is Your faithfulness.”
I love the promise that God’s compassions never fail and are new every morning.
Just like we never have to worry about whether or not the sun will rise each morning, we never have to worry if God’s love will be there when we wake up. It is new every morning.
No matter how bad we mess up today, or how difficult our life circumstances may be, we can lay our heads on our pillows at night and know for sure that when we wake up, God will be there still loving us and giving us a brand new day.