Why being a procrastinator is a surprisingly good idea

Procrastinators, unite! — > (and you don’t even have to feel bad about it because Psychology Today once told me that procrastination helps creativity. Holler.)

Need a last minute gift idea?  I’m doing a couple of these this week (links to each project below)!

Oh, you have your act together, do you?  Well.  You will still like this list.  Because, hello, Mother’s Day is right around the corner, you overacheiver. 😉

DIY gifts ideas

Modge podge + fabric pot by Tell Love and Party

DIY washi tape clocks by Tell Love and Party

Dollar store wooden painted earrings by the Crafted Sparrow

DIY animal bookend by Natalme

Mason jar vases by Please Note

DIY sharpie ornament by Simple as That

Personalized coasters by Martha Stewart

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Homemade extracts by Spoon Fork Bacon

DIY flower earrings by Hazelfly

Marble dipped mug by The Sweetest Occasion

DIY Indigo Shibori Dyed Kitchen Towels by Lovely Indeed; another tuturial HERE by Alice & Lois (I’m doing this one this week! Yay! )

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DIY jewelry storage by Monaluna

Candy cane popcorn by I Heart Naptime

Ipad (or tablet) holder by Mamie Jane’s

Cookie dough gift idea by I Heart Naptime

Peppermint candy cane sugar scrub by The Idea Room

All natural lip balm by The Art of Homemaking

$5 clip frame by Shanty 2 Chic

Homemade peppermint oreos by I Heart Naptime (I’m doing this one this week, too!)

Much love, friends.  This beautiful season is upon us.

And I, for one, am grateful that Ann Voskamp reminded me that I can rest today in the gift of Jesus and His love for me.  He never stops looking for us, trying to find us and gently draws us close to Him.  No matter what the day holds, no matter how the season unfolds, He’s holding you and me, especially when I procrastinate 😉  Shew.  Thank goodness.