About Me

When I was a little girl, would go visit my aunt and just wander around her beautiful house. I dreamed of  living in a house filled with beautiful things. 

Now, all grown-up, I wander around the beautiful homes in magazines and on the internet and dream of my house looking like theirs.  

I have never been very good at coming up with “my own” ideas, but I have always been good at taking an idea and making it my own.  I can see a picture and immediately know how I can change it to make it…well…ME. 

One problem that I have with making my home as beautiful as I want it is something many of us are struggling with these days. In a word…money. Our budget is tight, so decorating sometimes has to be on the back burner. But while it is, I am figuring out a way for me to be able to afford what I want. Sometimes that means I have to make, or get my husband to make, something that I want. 

I know there are plenty of DiY blogs out there. It’s where I get a lot of my inspiration. But, that’s the fun! There are so many ways to tweak an idea. Add something here, take away something there, put it together with this, instead of that. As you read my blog, you may think “this is nothing new” and it probably isn’t. It’s just my little twist on it that I like to share. 

In this blog you will find decorating ideas, crafts, woodworking projects (my husband will build those), sewing projects, and recipes. 

If you are a bit confused because you thought you were coming to His Heart and Home, don’t be. This is formerly His Heart and Home. One change I decided to make was to change the name. 

has been a long time in the making. I realized with HH&H I wasn’t very focused. My mind tends to bounce all over the place. Now, I want to focus more on what I feel God wanted me to do in the first place. Share what inspires me and how He uses that inspiration for His glory. 

I hope you like my little blog. You can subscribe to get email notices each time I post something new. Just add your email address at the right of the blog. Your email address will never be made public. You can also like me on Facebook and follow me on  Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram (jayneevans3).

I can not thank you enough for taking your time to read my little blog. Please let me know you visited by leaving a comment. I read each and every one of them. 

Love ya, 

Jayne

 

 

22 Responses to About Me

  1. Teresa Wood says:

    Jayne,
    I love your website and can’t wait for your craft party next week!:)+

    Teresa

    • Jayne says:

      Thanks! I can’t wait for the party either. I hope you can find something useful each day here. I pray that this site gets better and better as the Lord will’s. Please let others know about my blog. It’s not quite working the way I want it too. Still need to play around with it. Please continue to pray that this blog will reach people for Jesus. Jayne

  2. Carolin says:

    Love the new look :)

  3. Scott McCown says:

    Thanks for commenting on my recent post. I am looking forward to getting time to browse around here and read your postings. Great looking kids.

  4. Keith Gabriel says:

    Jayne, I sure do enjoy your daily posts!

    • Jayne says:

      Thank you very much!!! I enjoy writing them. Help me spread the gospel and share my blog with your friends! That’s what it is all about! Let me hear how God works in your life as well!

  5. Subhan Zein says:

    Hello,

    I have been enjoying your photos and I must say that I am impressed. The images are such an art!
    Thank you for spreading the joy and sending the marvels to our heart. Have a great day!:-)

    Subhan Zein

  6. isaiah43123 says:

    Thanks for stopping by My Hmmm Collection and sharing your own hmmm. I’ll head on over to the kitchen after visiting crafts and the garden; all sound very inviting. Keep the Faith!

  7. Beth Ann says:

    Glad you stopped by my blog today—great to find out more about you!!! I am loving all your great spots that I can stop by!!!

  8. Saved 2 the Utmost aka Mom says:

    Thank you Jayne for visiting us and commenting! What a beautiful story of your life and a very nice website – my daughter especially loves arts & crafts so I’m sure she’ll be by again. 😉 I pray for your continued success here, blessings for your family and your continued growth in Christ. God bless you sweet heart.

    Love,
    Ma Chris

  9. Just found your site. Looking forward to reading more. We also live in Georgia (urban folks from the Atlanta area) but grew up in rural Iowa. My roots are still in those vast corn fields I used to work in every summer. I would much rather live in the country. I envy you and your man and kids. It is a better life out there. You are blessed.

    • Jayne says:

      Welcome to His Heart and Home, Mr. Steve. I’m glad you enjoyed your visit and hope you do visit more often. I live about 20 east of Athens. I have a cousin that lives in Iowa. I love it out here in the country. I only go to Atlanta when I visit my sister. Hate the traffic there! haha

  10. Hey, just checking up on you because I hadn’t heard from you in a while, either from your blog or from you looking at mine. I hope all is OK and you are just busy busy!!!

    • Jayne says:

      Aww! How sweet of you Kim. I’m ok. Just spending some time trying to figure things out. I hadn’t realized how long since I last blogged. Shortly after the last post our dog had puppies (a dozen on Valentines’s day), then my husband got the flu, then I got the flu, then my daughter moved back home. Well not our house, but back to the county we live in. We also started a new Bible study group at church, which I lead. Yea…I guess I did get a little busy. haha.

  11. Christine says:

    I discovered you when I searched for paper sunflowers. Thanks for the inspiration to make my own rather than pay money for someone else’s labor AND inspirational words to focus my mind on God’s Word.

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