Front Yard Update

10:43 AM

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After a weekend of busting our butts to get the yard in better shape, I think it deserves a post. Mostly because I don't have anything else interesting to share at the moment. I only took pics of the front yard, because we are still working on the back yard, but I think it has come a long way considering how it looked when we first moved in

I totally forgot to take a better pic of the door, it is red now. I still need to make something to hang on it, so I will be sure to get one later. I really want to paint the house, and the shutters, and add shingles, and probably another tree to the front yard, but you know, that stuff costs money. I think it looks pretty spiffy for now though, and in the meantime we have an entire backyard to play with so yay for summer projects!

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  1. Yay! Congrats on your efforts.

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  2. Sweet fix'ns Love the creatures in the flower bed!

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  3. Looks like you guys have been busy! Sweet chairs!

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  4. You guys are always inspiring. We've just had so much to mow lately..and twigs..just so many twigs.

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  5. It looks fantastic, Sara! It's charming and cosy looking and now looks like people who care live there. I can't wait to see more. I love red doors so I am looking forward to seeing a picture of that too!

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  6. Sara, you guys did an excellent job! It looks great girl. It takes a lot of time and hard work. You should be very proud. Enjoy doll!

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  7. You have such a cute little house, You always inspire to me to do stuff..but i am pretty lazy so it doesn't actually happen lol
    Great pics

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  8. I love it! The gnome is the cutest!

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  9. OMG Sara! Your front yard is looking adorbs - I'm especially loving the mailbox!!

    xx

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  10. Yards are the most rewarding part of the home I think. A tip I have would be to plant perennials first and then fill in with the annuals. You will save much money on filling your yard with plants that come back year after year than the blood, sweat and tears that comes along with annuals. Some perennials I love: Hydrangeas, snowball viburnums and azaleas of course.

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  11. Wow! The yard is coming along nicely. Anyway, your house looks absolutely adorable. I like the look of the blue ceramic gnome and the rock border. Kudos to you for the amazing job! Everything looks amazing. :)

    Gwendolyn Reyes @ Tapestry

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Talk nerdy to me.