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Hi! Thanks for swinging by. I'm Erin, and I'll be posting our building journey on this site. We're new to the building process- so I welcome your feedback and suggestions along the way. I'll be sharing all my SOURCES and general FAQs on this page.

Finally, I'm a self-taught DIYer at heart so I'll be sharing tutorials as we furnish our house.

Please let me know if you have any questions-I'd love to connect!

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