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I am so excited to be sharing another installment of my monthly series called, MEET THE BLOGGER!  I hope this helps you find new creatives to love and new ideas to explore.

Meet the Blogger - a monthly series to help you discover new creatives, ideas and inspiration.

I have a real treat for you today.  I want you to meet one of my nearest and dearest friends – Stacy Risenmay.  She makes me laugh, she makes me cry, she can run a power tool like nobodies business, and she is often my travel buddy to all the blogging events.

From Waco to Georgia, and even in our home state of Utah, I love every second I get to hang out with Stacy!

LaurenSuzy  |  Stacy  |  Me  |  Lisa

She is the girl who makes everyone feel comfortable, and perhaps the kindest most genuine soul I’ve ever met.

Michael  |  Me  |  Stacy

I’m always so grateful for the opportunities this blogging gig has given me to meet such wonderful people online and in real life.

Andrea  |  Lisa  |  Stacy  |  Me

So, without further ado, read on to get to know Stacy the plant lady 😉 . She will inspire you to dig in and create what your heart loves!

*You can also check out my post over on her site today.

Hello TIDBITS readers! I am so excited to be here today sharing a few of my favorite projects on one of my favorite blogs. Cami’s talent and personal style blow me away. I’m also lucky enough to call her my friend and we not only chat all the time online but often hang out in real life.

Well let’s get on with it! I’m Stacy Risenmay and I have been blogging for about 7 years. I blog about DIY projects big and small. I love doing full room makeovers for my home and others. I love my big backyard and post a lot of outdoor projects as well.

We live in a tiny 1938 cottage home. To make our small kitchen feel bigger, I removed the upper cabinets and replaced them with DIY open shelves. I painted the cabinets the perfect grey color and added some visual interest to the ceiling. You can see the full kitchen HERE, including the before!

Several years ago I turned our useless side yard into a secret garden. The Secret Garden was one of my favorite books/movies when I was growing up and I loved the idea of having my own. I chose all white flowers. It needs a good weeding right now, but it is still one of my favorite spots in the yard!

I loved my table because of where we got it and the story behind it. I also loved it because of the legs. The table top was too small for my growing boys and their ganglily long legs so I built a new top for it. I finally love our dining room area and the tabletop was really easy to build. You can see the full space HERE.

When I’m not doing a full room makeover or building furniture, I like to do smaller projects like this terrarium lamp. I ADORE plants. My kids think I have a problem, but I don’t think you can ever have too many plants.

I also built the cute card catalog the lamp sits on!

I love nature and decorating so much that I wrote a book all about decorating with natural elements. It is called Natural Accents. It is full of DIY projects and decorating ideas that anyone can do.

I would love it if you would hop over and visit my site sometime. I just finished a patio off the back of our house. I also did a makeover for two of my boys and will be posting the second boy room makeover very soon. Summer is when I get the most done and I have SO MANY things in the works! Thanks for letting me share a little today 🙂

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