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Hi! I'm Meghan. I'm glad you stopped by. My hope is whether through food for the body or food for the soul, this blog will encourage and inspire you. One of my loves is to encourage others in their journey. Along with that, I hope to share with you my love for food, fitness, and Jesus!

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Inspired Creations

October 9, 2011 / By / , , , , / Post a Comment

I absolutely adored the weekend.  I FINALLY got to do some creative designing of some wreaths.  I love wreaths.  For my doors, my walls, and for gifts.  I saw some of these ideas on Pinterest (the blog is here–this gal is amazing!), and I immediately started craving crafts!  You know when you walk through a craft store, and you are very motivated to call it a day and just craft @ home?!  That was me all week.  In fact, I stayed up til 3 in the morning last night, because that’s about all the time i have in my sched to craft.  (that’s going to change!)  If you’re wondering how this fits into the blog…when we get inspired and create, we are engaging our minds!  We are thinking on things that are lovely and good, and enjoying our time all the while.

I’ll post the pics, but you should go to this gal’s blog if you feel inspired!  :)  I did my flowers like she had suggested, then made a version of my own that’s more fluffy and more pedal-like. 


This one I’m using for Christmas.


Love the color in this one. :)


This is a real simple one made of linen.  Next will be burlap, as the blog suggested. :) 

Chaim Magazine’s October issue is out, and it is SO good.  Here’s the link to it online.  Awesome articles, deLICious recipes, and a quick ab workout, and sooo MORE!  If you want a pdf version, let me know.  If you want to subscribe for a paper copy, let me know or follow the how-to online. :) 

Enjoy Monday!

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