We’re Kelli and Kristi from sunny Arizona!  We’re twin sisters who have been crafting since we could hold a crayon.  Our mom would sit us at the counter as early as age 2 where we would color for hours.  Today we can still craft for hours… just replacing the crayons with a vinyl cutter, wood saw and paint! (;

LJ Twins

Kristi is the older of the twins by 5 minutes.  She’s married to her outdoor hunk, Cory, and together they have 2 young sons.  Kase, age 5, came to their family via the miracle of adoption and is highly favored by both sides of the family (; Dutch is 3 years and couldn’t be any cuter; he has his mama’s dimples and his daddy’s long legs.  Kristi pays attention to detail and can accessorize a room with just a few things on hand.  She has an eye for decorating, that one! She is the favorite of our 5 sisters because she changes her mind so quickly with home decor and will simply give it away… which is pretty handy since we recently moved closer to each other!

Kelli is a stay-at-home mom to her 4 kids, ages 6-12, and happily married to her police officer hubby.  Since he has a busy schedule, she’s taken it upon herself to get acquainted with his tools.  Her favorite  tools are the miter saw, brad nailer, drill and level.  She loves to build furniture and paint!  Her number one advice to DIY’ers is that paint is the easiest and most affordable change you can make to a room.  Kelli can paint and accessorize an entire room in less than a day, if armed with Diet Coke and Pandora. She is a painting rockstar! Kell’s motto: “If you hate it, repaint it!”

We are often asked where our name, Lolly Jane comes from:  When we were learning to talk, Kristi would call Kelli “Lolly”, not being able to pronounce Kelli’s name.  Our mom started calling Kelli “Lolly” as well so it just stuck.  When we were deciding on a craft name, we thought Lolly would be fun since it has meaning and considered June [Kristi’s middle name after our grandpa’s name, Junius] but Jane [Kelli’s middle name after our great-aunt] flowed better so Lolly Jane it is!

On our blog you’ll find many projects that you ARE capable of!  We try to give you as much detail as possible so you can re-create what you see.  We love to decorate, design, rearrange, and fix up our spaces.  We blog to document what we’re doing in our real lives.  We’re not perfect, we don’t try to act perfect.  We’re real women, struggling with the same things you are, trying to be the best moms we can be to our crazy little kiddos.  We try to date our husbands as often as possible.  We make mistakes, we say things we wish we could take back, our floors could be cleaner and we’re just human.  Want to know our REAL feelings about blogging??? Click HERE!  Also visit what we believe (:

As far as advertising/promoting on Lolly Jane, as of July 2012, we are taking a new stance.  We want to promote only products we would bring into our home.  We don’t want to be sell-outs to ourselves and push products on you because we’re being paid for it.  Sometimes we tell you about a product just because we love it.  Sometimes we are given a product to review and we promise we’ll tell you the truth.  Sometimes we do get paid, but only because we trust what we’re sharing.  So rest easy, we won’t be “selling” things to our dear readers because solicitors are annoying and we don’t want to be annoying!! :)

COPYRIGHT: ©Kelli Mullins + Kristi Jansen and Lolly Jane, 2007-2015. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s authors and/or owners is strictly prohibited. One photo and one link back to the original post may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Kelli Mullins + Kristi Jansen and Lolly Jane with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. We only allow one photo with a direct link back to Lolly Jane to be used when featuring our work. You may not use more than one photo or a post in it’s entirety without direct written consent from Lolly Jane. Do NOT crop, edit or remove or add any watermarks to our photos. You may write a brief description in your own words when featuring our work, but you may not copy any of the steps in our tutorials, or recipes. Each post on Lolly Jane is copyright protected. Sign designs may NOT be reproduced, this includes as a print. Printable designs or art designed by Lolly Jane may NOT not be reproduced, sold or reproduced as signs. If you have any questions concerning our Content & Photo Sharing Policy, you may contact us at  lollyjane@gmail.com. Thank you!

We are so glad you’re choosing to spend your time on our blog.  If you have any questions for us, feel free to contact us (:

We love to spruce up our space and hopefully will give you inspiration to do the same to yours!



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  • aurora - hllow , i just found your website through pinterest, but how do i access the recipes for the homemade sugar facial scrubs.ReplyCancel

  • Kristy Delgado - I have fallen in LOVE with your site <3 Though we are part of different churches, our faith is the same and I love the passion that is poured into all that you do! I also loved reading the tid bit about your mom and the fact that gifts of love were so much more valuable than gifts of money. We are trying to change our mindset on finances and gift giving so that our children see the value in love and family rather than material things so that was such an inspiration!!ReplyCancel

    • Lolly Jane - Thank you, Kristy! We are blessed with a mom who knows the true values in life and wish you the best on teaching your littles the same, as we are trying to implement those same values too! Thank you for your sweet comment! XOReplyCancel

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  • Sandy - Can you please give me some information on the beautiful Dream Catchers hanging behind you two in your Blog’s intro photo? If you made them, I’d love to know how – and if you purchased them (which I can’t imagine – having looked around your blog), can you share where?
    Thanks so much,

  • linda - How can I get your minecraft set?ReplyCancel

  • Amanda Cushenbery - Hi there!
    I’m so obsessed with the fiber art behing your picture…..can’t tell if its an “official” dreamcatcher, but its to lovely! Can you tell me more about it? Possibly tell me where I can find a full picture of it since only the bottom half is in the photo?
    Thanks so much, keep up the good work, your blog is by far one of the best I follow!ReplyCancel

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