About Me



Hi I'm Lindsay 
Country Girl Home blog is where I share all my crafts, home improvements, fashion inspirations, decorating, sewing and building projects.  I believe that you can make your home and life beautiful with a little creativity and some work.  Thanks for stopping by Country Girl Home.
mom of 3 boys and a girl
wife to this wonderful guy
love to go on family vacations
painter
builder
wanna be seamstress
loves photography, travel, reading good books, eating, pinterest, being outside
 
I am the youngest of four children two brothers and one sister. There was never a dull moment in our home growing up. I had a great childhood filled with animals, adventure and creativeness thanks to my wonderful parents.
My mom is very gifted when it comes to.... well everything and I was her side kick growing up. I would go with my mom and her good friend Kathy to all the good craft stores. Then we would go home and watch Star Wars while my mom did all her crafts. She always let me help and paint my own things. So this is where my love of crafting came from.

I have always loved fashion. I was a bit of a tom-boy in school. But after having 3 boys I gave into my girly side and my love of fashion. I love shoes and pretty jewelry. If things keep going as they are I am going to need to build onto my closet! I am NOT photogenic at all. I prefer to be behind the camera than in front of it. But I hope some of you get a little inspiration from the outfits I wear and put together. I like to be modest and cute at the same time. I am a bit conservative but am slowly branching out of my clothing/fashion comfort zone.

I started this blog in 2010

What I believe

11 comments:

  1. Just found your site today.
    Is there a way to follow via email?
    Thanks in advance.

    ~Teryl

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  2. Hi Lindsay, I am wondering about the green star you have in your back entry way. Did you spray paint that or buy it that color? If you did paint it would be able to let me know what color it is? Thank you so much! Have a wonderful day! Sara

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  3. Love your stuff! Are you able to email me how you transformed some of your stuff. I have furniture, that was given to me for free, and most of it doesn't match. I would love to get my stuff to look like it maybe belongs together in my house. So pretty... Do you sand first then what type of paints do you use... and how long does it typically take...

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  4. Just found you today!! love your home and before and afters! I too am a city girl gone country ;) Looking forward to following along

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  5. Hi Lindsay, I love the blog. I really want to make the wroght iron curtin rod picture frame. I am having trouble finding a rod that is embelished like that (not just straight). Where did you find that rod?!

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  6. Hi Lindsay! I love your home, is beautiful, can you please tell me the color you used in your laundry room as well as the rest of the colors in your home? I looked all over your blog, but I didn' t find them, thank you very much, you inspired me to freshen up my home.

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    1. Mya, if you look on my "home tour" page it has my paint colors listed. Thanks for your question and for visiting my blog. Have a great St Pattys Day!

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  7. Just discovered you blog, such fabulous and informative posts! can't wait to have a good long read. Christine

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    1. Thanks Christine! I am so glad you stopped by my blog.

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  8. Hi Lindsay, I just happened to find your blog while browsing Pinterest. Love your blog and what you made. Did/Do you do all the things all by yourself without your husband help? Just curious. I told my husband I may start doing something like that when it gets warmer since it is too cold doing something like that in the garage in the winter time!!

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    1. Yumi,
      Yes, I do all my stuff by myself. I have a very supportive husband and I just run my projects by him and he let's me get to it ;) I usually do all my painting in the Spring, Summer and Fall. So winter is more for small projects inside.
      Good luck! Lindsay

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