This week is Spring Break for our family, so I am not going to host our regularly-scheduled linkup party today. We've got a jam-packed week planned here, and I am working on a bunch of projects:
Stephanie's slipcover, Becky's huge playroom maps, my painted armoire, dining bench, chair numbers, bathroom privacy window, bookcase styling, and my mother-in-law's 80th birthday party decorations. Whew! I'm kind of tired just thinking about that. But hopefully that means I'll have a lot to show you next week!
Again, there were so many great projects linked up to last week's party! I can't feature them all, so if you didn't get a chance to visit all the links, you should go back and get caught up. You'll be glad you did.
First, the most viewed link was the "no carpentry" cornice boards by Leslie @ Our Joy His Glory. I love her fabric choice - the whole room is adorable!
I'm in the mood for spring, and several of my features reflect that. Here's one that got me wishing we had planned a beach trip for spring break...a starfish vignette by Made in a Day.
Next is this awesome cabinet makeover by Bliss Ranch. She's using it to store BEACH towels...
Opulent Cottage made a very springish tabletop garden. I have some of those old ceiling fan globes in my garage. Hmmm....
I will be copying this Peeps wreath by Eclectically Vintage next week as I'm doing my Easter decorations. Too cute! Some of my children will think this is about the only good thing to do with a Peep. Others of them will probably be tempted to eat it!
I've got a sort of copycat thing going on with this next feature too, except that I had already started before I saw her post. Turns out we both got the same inspiration to do a privacy window with clear contact paper. Adrianne @ One Day at a Time is a real-life friend of mine, and her kitchen redo is fantastic (love that chandelier)!
Last but not least is another From Gardeners 2 Bergers project. Are you guys going to get tired of me featuring her? Can I just do a house swap with Becca? These are some seriously gorgeous curtains. And she painted the damask design herself.
Thanks everyone for linking up last week! And if I survive Spring Break, I'll be back next week with another Show & Tell linkup. Hope to see YOU there!