Easy DIY Flower Wreath

Easy DIY Flower Wreath

Michelle Brasher

Where are the Women that love to create and reflect while in Luteal phase? (the phase before our period). I haven't always listened to my body and would tend to push myself when I actually needed to slow down. I find that in these sweet moments we often hear what our next step should be. I'm allowing myself to be ok with being still. Taking a Selah moment. In these moments I tend to see things differently and find projects that bring me Joy.  Today I saw dead flowers laying around the house and had the notion to make something.

Repurpose wilted flowers

I grabbed my craft box and found some left over embroidery hoops from my last big project and decided to make a wreath to hang behind my desk. It was perfect as I'm in the process of moving and redecorating our work studio. 

 This is so easy and satisfying as its a project that can be completed rather quickly and requires only a few items.

Hot gluing wilted flowers


To recreate this you will need...

*Wilted Flowers 

*Faux Flowers 

*Hot Glue Gun

*Embroidery hoop

*Ribbon or piece of fabric 


If you'd like to get a little more fancy you can paint your hoop, add more flowers, or decor. I love the simplify of this one. I added a piece of vintage lace I had in my craft box. 

Vintage Lace

I hope you love the simplicity of this as much as I do! 









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Raw Brownie Balls (Healthy & Delicious)-Be Inspired Lifestyle

Raw Brownie Balls (Healthy & Delicious)-Be Inspired Lifestyle

Michelle Brasher

Making ourselves and our children nutritious treats can seem overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. This recipe calls for only FOUR ingredients. We all love a yummy piece of chocolate to comfort us from time to time. This is our all time favorite family treat to make and the best part is that we can indulge anytime we want without the guilt or sugar! I love to make a few batches of these and stick in the fridge. They are wonderful for the kids lunches or after school snack. I have even stuck these in the cooler for a beach trip with some carrot sticks and watermelon and called it lunch!!  


You would never know these brownie balls are packed with nutrients, antioxidants, and protein by how divine they taste. Sugar free, gluten free, dairy free!! Need I say more? 

You will need...

  1. 1 1/2 cups Almond Flour 
  2. Pinch of water
  3. 1 cup pitted dates
  4. Splash of vanilla
  5. 1/3 cup raw cacao powder
  1. Add almond flour, dates, vanilla, and cacao to your blender or food processor. Blend well. Sprinkle a few drops of water into the mixture and blend again to make the mixture sticky.
  2. Using a spatula, transfer the mixture into a bowl. Now for the fun part! Roll into balls. The kids love to help with this part. Place into a container and refrigerate. Refrigeration is optional but we like them cold.

Easy peasy and everyones chocolate craving will be satisfied! Paleo and Vegan friendly!

*Raw cacao powder has more than 300 phytochemicals and nearly four times the antioxidant power of regular dark chocolate, has the highest plant base source of iron, is a mood elevator, high in magnesium, and contains more calcium than cows milk! 

*Dates are high in fiber, potassium, and a significant amount of minerals! 

*Almond meal is gluten free, a great source of protein 

This simple recipe will boost our heart health, energy levels, bone health, antioxidant levels and so much more.

"Let thy food be thy medicine" 






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DIY Dream Catcher Wall Hanging-Be Inspired Lifestyle

DIY Dream Catcher Wall Hanging-Be Inspired Lifestyle

Michelle Brasher

If you're wanting to create a rustic chic look in your living room, embrace the boho vibe in your bedroom or even a whimsical nursery for your babe. This dream catcher wall is the ultimate statement piece. You can pay over $500 online for one of these or make your own with up-cycled and thrifted materials! 



Large stick for hanging



Doilies (sizes and colors can vary depending on your color palette)

Embroidery hoops 

Color stain (optional)

Ribbon,lace, fabric, string feathers (have fun with this)



1. Lay out your hoops in the approximate position you want them and fit your doilies. 

2. Stain your hoops (this is optional) I stained 3 for some variety.

3. Cut your strips from up-cycled fabric, ribbon, lace etc.

4. Tie your doilie to your embroidery hoop with twine.

5. Tie your strips to the bottom of the hoop. 

6. Add feathers by tying them to your strips.


The great thing about this project is the ability to use sentimental fabrics, doilies, or laced passed down. I thrifted the majority of my materials for this particular wall hanging. It would be extra special if I could have used a doilie from my grandmother.  The kids loved helping to cut the fabric strips and tie on the doilies.


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