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A Family Lives Here

Please note the white "lockers". 
Courtesy of my super-husband, Keith, who builds me whatever I want.

The orange and yellow paintings are monarch butterflies.

You can tell a family lives here. 

No fancy artwork,

Just pieces that were carefully

crafted and designed by my 3 artists.

And I wouldn't ever want to change a thing.

Make sure you check out Queen Scarlett's very fun Friday: A Family Lives Here.

Also participating in the Welcome to the Weekend blog hop!



Jen said…
Hi Sarah! Could your husband come and build lockers for my 4 kids?? They look awesome!
New follower from the weekend blog hop. Nice to "meet you"!!
QueenScarlett said…
I COVET those lockers. He could sell those online! ;-)
Love the butterflies!

Unknown said…
Love the lockers and the art work!
Love love the artwork!! I have an art wall that all my little artist's work is on :) Maybe I will post for next weeks "A Family lives here" Love your white cabinents!! Good job hubby :)
Happy Friday!!
Pamela said…
So precious. Artwork by children speaks to their "specialness." And to parents who care about building their children's self-esteem.

The lockers are awesome.

I'm a new follower from Weekend Blog Hop.

May your weekend be full of sunshine!
Annie said…
Your husband did a great job with the lockers. Their arts are great I also like to decorate with my girls work.

Have a great weekend.
Unknown said…
Just remember all the great artists started out as someones little artist. Display their works proudly. I am your newest follower. I found you through ther Welcome To The Weekend Blog Hop. Please consider a follow back, my site is
Stacey said…
Hello!! Love the lockers, those are fantastic! your newest follower from the weekend blog hop!

Sarah said…
Uummmm, totally in love with those lockers!! Would there be any way we could see a full picture of them?? Cute blog! Cute kids!! I'm hooked!!

I've almost 4 year old twins and an 18 month old. Life is pretty chaotic at times!! :p

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