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Best Back to School Activities

By Hard Working Mom Team / June 28, 2022 /
Best Back to School Activities

Whether you are a homeschooler or classroom teacher, we’ve rounded up some of the best back to school activities to make starting a new year fun and exciting. These activities are practical, inexpensive, and take minimal prep.

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7 Home Decor Trends for Summer 2022

By Hard Working Mom Team / June 21, 2022 /
Top Must-Have Wreath Making Supplies for Beginners

If updating any space in your home is on the radar this summer, then you’ll want to take note of these home decor trends for summer 2022. Every year a new round of seasonal colors and decor styles hit the markets and these are a few you don’t want to miss.

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Budget-Friendly Decor Ideas for a Small Front Porch

By Lori Jacobs / April 28, 2021 /

Even a small front porch deserves to have some curb appeal! Here is a list of ideas you can incorporate into your porch decor that won’t totally crowd and overwhelm your entrance. Cute Door Mats A doormat can be a great conversation starter! We know doormats though, in general, don’t last long. Consider adding a…

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Home Trends 2021

By Bianca Segundo / March 12, 2021 /

Trends are ever-evolving! Just like fashion, a trend can be super popular one year and then out of style the next. We’ve compiled a list of trends that are up-to-date yet will stand the test of time. Most of these are also easily interchangeable and inexpensive! Cool Toned Paint Colors Whether you are wanting to…

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The Simple Way To Declutter Your Home

By Bianca Segundo / January 12, 2021 /
declutter your home

We buy things we don’t need. Others buy us things. We hold onto items “just in case” and chances are you probably don’t have space for it all but you want it ALL. There are many reasons your home may be cluttered, however here are a few simple ways to help you create more space…

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A Guide To Low-Maintenance Indoor Plants

By Bianca Segundo / January 11, 2021 /
low maintenance indoor plants

If you’re holding out on getting indoor plants because you think you can’t keep them alive and thriving, you are mistaken. Not all plants need constant attention, bright sunlight, and moist soil. Here is a guide to low-maintenance indoor plants that anyone can keep alive! Jade Plant With visual appeal much like a succulent, the…

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10 Quick Deep Cleaning Hacks

By Bianca Segundo / January 9, 2021 /

We all love a clean house but sometimes doing the cleaning can be a hassle. Check out these hacks to make cleaning your home a breeze. Windows and Mirrors Have a stock of newspaper that you have no use for?  Crumple up the newspaper and spray your windows or glass with cleaner. Use the newspaper…

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Thanksgiving Table Setting On A Budget

By Bianca Segundo / November 26, 2020 /

We love to decorate for the holidays knowing that we will be surrounded by family and friends. The decorations, food display, centerpieces- It can be expensive.  Check out these super easy and affordable ideas to create a beautiful table setting on a budget! Table Cloth Luxury fabric tablecloths are over rated, especially if it will…

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Winter Farmhouse Home Decor

By Bianca Segundo / November 13, 2020 /
navy blue farmhouse decor

There IS life after Christmas, believe it or not!  You may be dreading to take down your Christmas decorations just for them to be in storage for another year, however farmhouse winter decor is a great transition. These design ideas even work if you want a minimalist Christmas look versus over the top traditional decor.…

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Mason Jar Decor for Your Home This Thanksgiving

By Lori Jacobs / October 23, 2020 /
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We LOVE to switch up our decor every year! It’s fun to purchase new items as our style and trends evolve, but what’s better than adding your own personal touch to your home decor? These are some of our favorite Fall and Thanksgiving decorations for the home using Mason Jars. Dress them up or dress…

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5 Tips to Prepare Your Garden for Winter

By Bianca Segundo / October 14, 2020 /
Preparing your garden for winter

Keeping plants and vegetation healthy during Spring and Summer is a no-brainer, but how do we keep them alive after the first freeze?! Check out these top tips on how we keep a fresh garden throughout the colder months! Weeding As the cool Fall nights approach, you may notice your garden a little more droopy…

Read More

Trending Fall Decor & Colors

By Lori Jacobs / October 14, 2020 /
Trending fall decorations and fall colors 2020

Trends come and go, but neutrals are here to stay. Whether in your home or in your Fall wardrobe, we love cozy muted colors. These warm colors and home decor trends are a hit! Check it out! Accent Pieces Nothing catches the eye like a muted living space with pops of color! Picture white pumpkins…

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How to make a July 4th Lantern Swag

By Lori Jacobs / June 30, 2018 /
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See below for more 🔽Supply List Fourth of July Lantern Swag Supplies are as follow: 1 Lantern (size is optional) 1 Patriotic Floral Bouquet 1 Palm Green Leaves (optional or any type of greenery of your choice) 1 Ivy Bush (optional or any type of greenery of your choice) 1 Boston Fern Bush 1 Patriotic…

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How to make a peacock wreath using several methods together

By Lori Jacobs / June 30, 2018 /
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See below for more 🔽Supply List Today’s theme is “The Peacock” Today’s method will be 10″ Poufs all around and over every other tie. 10″ Pull-thru with 10″ Curls at the bottom base (cut only 10 pieces for bottom base) and 20″ Ruffles for the top base (cut only 8 pieces for the top base)…

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How to make 9 different bows by hand- Easy bows anyone can make

By Lori Jacobs / June 30, 2018 /
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See below for more 🔽Supply List How to create 9 Different Easy Bows Supplies are as follow: Grapevine Wreath (optional) 14″ Wire Wreath Frame (optional) Ribbons are as follow: 1.5″ Patriotic Gingham Plaid Ribbon 1.5″ Stripe Navy Blue and White Ribbon 1.5″ Stars On Stripes Ribbon 1.5″ Red and White Stripe Ribbon 1.5″ Solid Turquoise…

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How to make a 3 mesh ruffle wreath for Summer

By Lori Jacobs / June 30, 2018 /
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🔽Supply List below Supplies needed Blue 15-24in wreath form 18 yards of ribbon, 4 Yards of 2.5in Pink, green and blue ribbon 5 yards of Black and Tan daisy ribbon 4 yards 1.5 in Blue multi Ribbon 4 Yards of 1.5in Pink multi ribbon 4 yards of 2.5in Black and white spring ribbon 2 yards…

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How to make a poof curl pumpkin market wreath

By Lori Jacobs / June 30, 2018 /
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🔽Supply List below Supplies needed Today’s theme will be “Farmer’s Market Fresh Pumpkins” Today’s method will be Pouf and Curl Method. Pouf and Curls 21″ mesh will be cut at 12″ wide. Ribbons will be cut at 14″ wide. Supplies are as follows: 15″ Orange Work Wreath Frame (Craftoutlet.Com XX748820 or CarolinaPottery.Com YW2024-OR) 12″ Metal…

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How to price your products to make a profit

By Lori Jacobs / June 13, 2018 /
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One of the most important things in business is pricing your products so that you make a profit. It is also one of the most difficult parts for new business owners. Just how do you go about pricing your products so that you can get a profit? The answer is simpler than you think.  When…

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Farmhouse style wreath with all Dollar tree supplies for under $10

By Lori Jacobs / June 12, 2018 /
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This is a really small fun project all from Dollar Tree items and is gonna be under $10! If you love the farmhouse style or succulents then you will love this. It is going to be really easy and simple and and inexpensive I mean you can’t beat that right? I love to go to my Dollar Tree…

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How to make a Dog Wreath with poof and ruffles Cute Bone Sign

By Lori Jacobs / May 22, 2018 /
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See below for more 🔽 My Etsy Shop https://www.etsy.com/shop/DesignedbyHWM Need to contact me: lori@hardworkingmom.com Follow me on Instagram @hardworkinglori Follow me on Twitter @hardworkingmomtv Check out my Facebook page for more inspiration https://www.facebook.com/hardworkingmomtv/ Supplies needed 21-inch burlap jute 15in black pencil work wreath 2.5 polka dot ribbon 2.5 brown and Black striped ribbon 1.5 blue…

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How to make a beautiful wall or door decoration from a dollar tree straw hat

By Lori Jacobs / May 21, 2018 /

See below for more 🔽 My Etsy Shop https://www.etsy.com/shop/DesignedbyHWM Need to contact me: lori@hardworkingmom.com Follow me on Instagram @hardworkinglori Follow me on Twitter @hardworkingmomtv Check out my Facebook page for more inspiration https://www.facebook.com/hardworkingmomtv/ Supplies needed Dollar Tree Straw Hat 1.5 in Purple Striped Ribbon Silk Flowers- Purple Sun Daisy, Palm Leaves Affiliate links for tools…

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How to make a full sunburst July 4th wreath with a flag star

By Lori Jacobs / May 21, 2018 /
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See below for more 🔽Supply List My Etsy Shop https://www.etsy.com/shop/MadewithmyheartbyHWM Need to contact me: lori@hardworkingmom.com Follow me on Instagram @hardworkinglori Follow me on Twitter @hardworkingmomtv Check out my Facebook page for more inspiration https://www.facebook.com/hardworkingmomtv/ Supplies needed 4in wreath form 21 yards of ribbon, 4 Yards of 2.5in Blue and White checkered Ribbon, 4 Yards of…

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Summer Flamingo Peony Wreath Ruffles on all three layers of the wreath form

By Lori Jacobs / May 21, 2018 /
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How to make a Patriotic Centerpiece or Mailbox Wreath on a rail

By Lori Jacobs / May 21, 2018 /
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🔽Supply List My Etsy Shop https://www.etsy.com/shop/Madewithmyh… Need to contact me: lori@hardworkingmom.com Follow me on Instagram @hardworkinglori Follow me on Twitter @hardworkingmomtv Check out my Facebook page for more inspiration https://www.facebook.com/hardworkingm… Supplies needed Method Pouf with Ruffles Ruffles will be cut at 20″ Ribbons will be cut at 14″ 21″ Burlap Jute Mesh Roll 10″ Red…

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Best Back to School Activities

By Hard Working Mom Team / June 28, 2022 /
Best Back to School Activities

Whether you are a homeschooler or classroom teacher, we’ve rounded up some of the best back to school activities to make starting a new year fun and exciting. These activities are practical, inexpensive, and take minimal prep.

Read More

7 Home Decor Trends for Summer 2022

By Hard Working Mom Team / June 21, 2022 /
Top Must-Have Wreath Making Supplies for Beginners

If updating any space in your home is on the radar this summer, then you’ll want to take note of these home decor trends for summer 2022. Every year a new round of seasonal colors and decor styles hit the markets and these are a few you don’t want to miss.

Read More

Budget-Friendly Decor Ideas for a Small Front Porch

By Lori Jacobs / April 28, 2021 /

Even a small front porch deserves to have some curb appeal! Here is a list of ideas you can incorporate into your porch decor that won’t totally crowd and overwhelm your entrance. Cute Door Mats A doormat can be a great conversation starter! We know doormats though, in general, don’t last long. Consider adding a…

Read More

Home Trends 2021

By Bianca Segundo / March 12, 2021 /

Trends are ever-evolving! Just like fashion, a trend can be super popular one year and then out of style the next. We’ve compiled a list of trends that are up-to-date yet will stand the test of time. Most of these are also easily interchangeable and inexpensive! Cool Toned Paint Colors Whether you are wanting to…

Read More

The Simple Way To Declutter Your Home

By Bianca Segundo / January 12, 2021 /
declutter your home

We buy things we don’t need. Others buy us things. We hold onto items “just in case” and chances are you probably don’t have space for it all but you want it ALL. There are many reasons your home may be cluttered, however here are a few simple ways to help you create more space…

Read More

A Guide To Low-Maintenance Indoor Plants

By Bianca Segundo / January 11, 2021 /
low maintenance indoor plants

If you’re holding out on getting indoor plants because you think you can’t keep them alive and thriving, you are mistaken. Not all plants need constant attention, bright sunlight, and moist soil. Here is a guide to low-maintenance indoor plants that anyone can keep alive! Jade Plant With visual appeal much like a succulent, the…

Read More

10 Quick Deep Cleaning Hacks

By Bianca Segundo / January 9, 2021 /

We all love a clean house but sometimes doing the cleaning can be a hassle. Check out these hacks to make cleaning your home a breeze. Windows and Mirrors Have a stock of newspaper that you have no use for?  Crumple up the newspaper and spray your windows or glass with cleaner. Use the newspaper…

Read More

Thanksgiving Table Setting On A Budget

By Bianca Segundo / November 26, 2020 /

We love to decorate for the holidays knowing that we will be surrounded by family and friends. The decorations, food display, centerpieces- It can be expensive.  Check out these super easy and affordable ideas to create a beautiful table setting on a budget! Table Cloth Luxury fabric tablecloths are over rated, especially if it will…

Read More

Winter Farmhouse Home Decor

By Bianca Segundo / November 13, 2020 /
navy blue farmhouse decor

There IS life after Christmas, believe it or not!  You may be dreading to take down your Christmas decorations just for them to be in storage for another year, however farmhouse winter decor is a great transition. These design ideas even work if you want a minimalist Christmas look versus over the top traditional decor.…

Read More

Mason Jar Decor for Your Home This Thanksgiving

By Lori Jacobs / October 23, 2020 /
mason jar decorations

We LOVE to switch up our decor every year! It’s fun to purchase new items as our style and trends evolve, but what’s better than adding your own personal touch to your home decor? These are some of our favorite Fall and Thanksgiving decorations for the home using Mason Jars. Dress them up or dress…

Read More

5 Tips to Prepare Your Garden for Winter

By Bianca Segundo / October 14, 2020 /
Preparing your garden for winter

Keeping plants and vegetation healthy during Spring and Summer is a no-brainer, but how do we keep them alive after the first freeze?! Check out these top tips on how we keep a fresh garden throughout the colder months! Weeding As the cool Fall nights approach, you may notice your garden a little more droopy…

Read More

Trending Fall Decor & Colors

By Lori Jacobs / October 14, 2020 /
Trending fall decorations and fall colors 2020

Trends come and go, but neutrals are here to stay. Whether in your home or in your Fall wardrobe, we love cozy muted colors. These warm colors and home decor trends are a hit! Check it out! Accent Pieces Nothing catches the eye like a muted living space with pops of color! Picture white pumpkins…

Read More