Although I have never been a wedding dreamer，？ I have always been certain I would be married with my sisters by my side. Erin (28) and Kelly (22) are amazing women…；smart， funny， talented， and strong-willed. Like most siblings， we've had our fair share of rough patches， but I love them with all my heartpersonalized gifts for him， and am very fortunate to count them among my very best friends.？ I couldn't stand the thought of choosing just one to be my Maid of Honor so I asked them both， and luckily for me， they were more than happy to share the role.
When I popped the question， I wanted to present each girl with a small gift：？something unique that referenced our sisterhood， but was also durable and？ practical for day-to-day use. Jewelry is a great and lasting way to do this! After a little hunting and bargain-shopping， I came across the sterling ring set below， and snapped up three at a great price： one for each of them， and one for me. The rings are especially significant to me because the bands are intertwined， and feature the words faith， hope， and love， a subtle reference to 2 Corinthians， a traditional reading at many weddings and a beautiful piece of scripture. Three bands， three sisters， and a little bit of symbolism， all wrapped up in a simple， durable package. When it works， it works， right？ ？？anniversary gifts for couples
I wear my ring every day， and Erin and Kelly are never without theirs， either， so I'd say they were a good pick!
All that fabulousness calls for some pretty wrapping， which brings me to today's DIY： this nifty little gift box.
Each of these beauties cost less than $1.00 because I had all but the boxes and thread on hand. With just a little bit of work， they were the perfect fit for the ring and a personal note to each sister.
To make each gift box， you'll need：
So， what do you think! I'd love to read/see your ideas for “；popping”； the question to your ‘；maids!
Have a wonderful week!
With summer here, we are in full “Spruce Up” mode and have started a few Easy Backyard Projects. I still haven’t set up our Outdoor Room under our deck?with our drop cloth curtains, but I’ll hopefully get to it soon.
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Hey friends! If you read my blog regularly or have taken my “real-life” house tour on Instagram, you know I'm pretty tidy and clean. And some of you would say that's an understatement. But y'all, there are plenty areas of my house that are a hot mess (at least by my standards). While I'm VERY happy to have a linen closet for storing towels, sheets, medications, batteries, etc., it's soooo disorganized at this point that it's a source of regular annoyance for all of us.