Hey Y’all!

I’m thrilled to be the hostess that gets to choose the features this week.  You all are the most clever people, I must say. Thanks so much for linking up with us each week. 

Link Party

I’m back in Tennessee this week for one last hoorah.  The Pretty Girl sat Mr. Creativity and me down back in April to show us a 13 page power point presentation on  why she should be able to fly back to Tennessee for the last week of camp.  It seems that if we hadn’t let her do this, we would have ruined her life and she would probably end up living on the streets talking to trash cans.  So you can see we why only had one option…

Anyhooo, I have managed to get one single, lonely little project done while having all the kids home this summer and I shared it earlier this week.  If you want to see a sad little farmhouse table go from pitiful and awkward to just plain adorable, click here!

Now let’s get on with the features from last week.  They are so much fun!

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Pam, from Every day Living, created a beautiful tablescape for her outdoor table.  Seriously every view is just a delicious treat for the eye!

summer tablesacape

Over at the Purple Hydrangea, Lisa has discovered what NOT to do with Mod Podge.  Now, that makes it sound like she messed up, but this girl figured it out and is sharing what she learned! Way to go Lisa, the night stand turned out beautifully!

map table

Since I’m here in Henderson and my mom has the most beautiful Crepe Myrtles lining her back deck and sidewalk, this post from Rhonda at Ramblings of a Southern Girl spoke to me.  These beautiful blooms are the epitome of summer to me.  Well, that and watermelon and swimming pools and American flags.

crepe myrtles

Please give these featured projects a shoutout and say congrats. We can’t wait to see what you all have in store this week!

The doors are open for this party. Ya’ll come on in.

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Your Inspired Design

 

Diane @ Diane and Dean DIY

Carol @ Bluesky Kitchen

Lisa & Gloria @ Potentially Chic

Holly @ McCall Manor

 
Now that we have all been properly introduced, let’s get to linking up!
Here are some Inspired Design guidelines:
 
1. You must have a host link or our party button in your post to be featured.
2. No advertising including shops and etsy shops.
3. Your submission should be something you created (furniture redo, recipe, room design etc).
4. By joining this party you give us permission to feature your work, with a link, on our social networks and these blogs.
5. Stay and check out what other people have created. Check out and comment on at least 2 other links.
6. By joining this party you give us permission to add you to an email list reminding you of the party.
7. Enjoy the creativity!
 
 
You can grab a party button here and if you are featured next week, be sure to grab our featured button at that point!

Thanks for partying with us!

McCall Manor
McCall Manor

 

 
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Hey Y’all!

You know that family member that might be a little ‘quirky’ and people outside the family aren’t really sure how to take them? You know the one…

The one that always tells you jokes that make no sense, or the one that smells like vapo-rub and tangerines. Everyone has them in their family.  If you can’t think of who that might be in your family, well, just realize that there is value in your quirkiness.

Quirky is a good thing.  You are an original.  You will never be mistaken for someone else.  You can rub on all the vapo-rub you want to and your family will just shake their heads and laugh a little to themselves because you are just being you.

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This little table has a few quirks of it’s own.  And I absolutely adore it anyway.  The legs are a little wonky.  One of the boards on top doesn’t line up with the rest of the boards.  It’s legs are a little too spindly looking for some people.

But I love it.  It’s like dear old what’s-her-name that is related on my great uncle’s side of the family.  😉

farmhouse table / milk paint

My friend Haley bought this table for $12.50 at a second hand store and her family (the whole family) hated it.  Of course I walked in and it was my favorite piece in her family room. 

She asked me if I wanted it since she couldn’t keep it.  Ummmm, yes please.  You had me at wonky legs!

farmhouse table / milk paint

A previous owner had stained it with the darkest red stain I’ve ever seen in my life.  It was as pitiful as blue hair on your grandma.

So, out comes the stripper (go ahead and get your giggles out) and I took the stain off the top of the table.  The legs, I decided, should be painted.

farmhouse table / milk paint

As a part of the Fab Furniture Flippin’ Contest™ I received samples from the Old Fashioned Milk Paint company and a can of Safecoat Acriglaze to seal.  The colors that I chose were Soldier Blue and Oyster White.  I decided to mix the two and see what color emerged.  Since this month’s theme for the contest is Farmhouse Fun, I thought this was a perfect fit.

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It turns out that the color is a slightly greyed robin’s egg blue. And I love it!

If you’ve never used milk paint before, it does take some getting used to.  It can be clumpy and it will flake off if your surface is too slick.  But as luck would have it, I don’t mind lumps and the finish on this table was anything but slick. ha

Once the paint is dry, you can sand down the lumps and it gives a mottled look to your piece.  Which is just bonus character.

farmhouse table / milk paint

After the paint has been sanded smooth and all the dust has been wiped off, you can seal it with the Acriglaze.  You paint it on with a brush and let it dry for an hour.  I even sealed the top with the glaze after I stained it with a dark walnut stain.  It gives a clear, matte finish that is durable

farmhouse table / milk paint

farmhouse table / milk paint

Now that my little table is a little more socially acceptable, Haley’s family may want it back.  But sadly, I think this little quirky table fits in better with me. 😉

farmhouse table / milk paint

If you want to see a few more creations using The Old Fashioned Milk Paint Company products, you can check out Evey’s post and Stacy’s post. If you are a blogger and think you might enjoy participating in this contest, email info@fabfurnitureflippincontest.com and request to join! It’s fun!

 

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Happy July. Hot as blazes, 100 in the shade, and as Yogi Berra used to say, “It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity”.

I am so pleased to be your hostess this week as I had no trouble picking out my favorites from the wonderful contributions from last week’s Your Inspired Design Link Party.

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So, however hot it is where you are, grab a tall glass of iced tea and sit down and share your best projects or just enjoy the creativity of other folks.

Have a great weekend and let’s party.

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My first favorite is from Antonella at WhiteHouseCrafts.   These are so cute. The creativity just leaps off the pages. You have to check out these party and craft ideas.

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I am a pushover for anything pink and vintage and practical at the same time. And, since I do have 2 of the cutest granddaughters ever, I was smitten by this adorable dresser from OrphanswithMakeup. Mary did an amazing job, not only painting, but staging this dresser in her daughter’s room. I am definitely in pink paradise.

Pink vinage dresser

I love farmhouse decor, actually farmhouse anything (Check out my Pinterest Board, Farmhouse Fantasies.) Once again, Tammy at OneMoreTimeEvents had me at hello. Taking me back to school days, she used farmhouse~vibe gift wrap to further my farmhouse fantasies.

Farmhouse Gift wrapping paper

And because we all love to dine outside ~after the sun goes down ~ I thought Rhonda at RamblingsofaSouthernGirl created the cutest tablescape using fish dishes, and you won’t believe this, a cricket basket! You go girl.

Tablescape with Fishes

Please give these fav creative projects a shoutout and say congrats. We can’t wait to see what you all have in store this week!

The doors are open for this party. Ya’ll come on in.

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Your Inspired Design

 

Diane @ Diane and Dean DIY

Carol @ Bluesky Kitchen

Lisa & Gloria @ Potentially Chic

Holly @ McCall Manor

 
Now that we have all been properly introduced, let’s get to linking up!
Here are some Inspired Design guidelines:
 
1. You must have a host link or our party button in your post to be featured.
2. No advertising including shops and etsy shops.
3. Your submission should be something you created (furniture redo, recipe, room design etc).
4. By joining this party you give us permission to feature your work, with a link, on our social networks and these blogs.
5. Stay and check out what other people have created. Check out and comment on at least 2 other links.
6. By joining this party you give us permission to add you to an email list reminding you of the party.
7. Enjoy the creativity!
 
 
You can grab a party button here and if you are featured next week, be sure to grab our featured button at that point!

Thanks for partying with us!

McCall Manor
McCall Manor

 

 

Hey Y’all!

I’m sitting here at my kitchen table, looking at the patio and pool area while a summer storm blows over us.  It’s a gorgeous mixture of greens from the grass, trees and patio plants and blues ranging from the aqua of the pool to the crisp blue of the sky and contrasted by the white puffy clouds.  And I think to myself, who cares what your guest bathroom looks like? I sure don’t!

But then just last week my daughter took her friend upstairs to hang out and I could hear her friend say “Wow! I love your bathroom up here.  It’s so pretty!” and I think okay, so once it’s no longer gorgeous outside, the inside needs to be looking happy and pretty.

Bathroom update

This bathroom was boring builder beige with zero personality for about 9 years. I would love to tell you that it didn’t matter because no one ever used it.  But that’s not the case since we basically run a family/friends hotel during the year (we live 20 minutes from Disney). Sadly, our guests got the plain bathroom all of those years.

Boo Holly. 

Big company fail.

Time to make it pretty.

The sink base cabinet got the first bit of attention when I painted it in ASCP Graphite and sealed it with the lacquer finish.  It has held up beautifully and was worth the 30 minutes it took to complete. (Don’t you wish every home project just took 30 minutes??)

Bathroom update

The original bathroom faucet was fine.  It did it’s job.  Never leaked a day in it’s life.  But <yawn> it was blah.

So when Moen graciously offered a sink faucet from Home Depot to jazz up my bathroom, I was giddy! I love how this piece is more like a sculpture than a plain old faucet. It  has old world charm with clean lines. It also Microban which equals fewer germs with out more work from me! It’s the gift that keeps on giving.

Bathroom update

The frame around the mirror is not attached yet because I can’t decide if I like it or not.  Once I attach it, I had better love it. So that might be a decision that I put off for another 9 years, if I know myself at all.

Guest Bath Redo 4

This bathroom didn’t have a towel rack, so guests were just supposed to throw their wet towels over the shower curtain rod.  Or leave them in a pile on the floor like we do at hotels. Or just stand there and hold them all day long.

None of those were good options.

I had a piece of salvaged architectural trim that I picked up at a flea market last fall for about $5. I cut it down to size and attached metal coat hooks.  I sealed the whole thing (metal and wood) with Thompson’s water seal just for safe keeping. 

Bathroom update

I think this might be one of my all-favorite projects around the house.  It screams farmhouse to me.  Which is one of my all-time favorite words.

Bathroom update

Well, there you have it! A little tour of our spiffed up bathroom! Nothing crazy or fancy, just a few touches here and there to make it a little happier to look at once our summer views are gone (i.e. my patio plants finally die).

But for today, I’ll sit and enjoy the view.

summer view

Are you doing any spiffing up around your house this summer? Or are you just relaxing and taking in the views?

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** Moen supplied the faucet free of charge for a review.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.  A link to product information is included for your convenience.

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I don’t know about the weather where you are but here in Florida it is H.O.T. The humidity hits you like a brick wall when you walk out the front door. Hey, I’m not complaining we had a very pleasant winter and if we can tough it out another month or so we will be back in paradise.

With the heat, we are trying to do as many indoor projects as we can right now. We just finished up a 4′ x 4′ chalk painted and hand lettered wall sign for our master bedroom. If you haven’t had a chance to check it out yet, here you go! It was a lot of fun to make and, hopefully, you are inspired to DIY your own personal wall art.

We also just wrapped up the new barn door for our small laundry room makeover and just before the heat wave, Dean completed the new yoga deck along with a new paver patio with pergola. Yes, he is amazing. I got my porch swing too! We will be posting all that and more in the upcoming weeks.

We had some great diy inspirations this week for Your Inspired Design and I am excited to share the talents of some of our readers. All my faves, chalk painting furniture and hand lettering!

 

First up… we have the famous high style restyle blog with her antique telephone table makeover. I don’t think I have actually seen a telephone table before but what a difference when you put a little paint on it and new upholster. I’m intrigued.

telephonetable

 

Next up is the glamorous Up With Furniture with her re furbished 1950’s desk that she took from retro to glam. She does a great job giving a little historical background on blond furniture. Thanks so much for sharing!

office desk refurbished

 

One More Time Events has such a great idea for a practical silverware holder. I use ball jars to hold some of our silverware for easy access but never thought about actually decorating the jars. Super cute idea and if you are crazy about neutrals then you will love her fabric selections.

 

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One more great inspiration from Jolena from While I Linger as she shares her summer kitchen with us. Naturally, I loved her hand lettered chalk board. I can so relate to many attempts of getting the lettering just right. Here is a quick tip if you are using a chalk marker instead of actual chalk to write with. It will be much harder to erase the chalk marker if you make a mistake or if you want to change the lettering on the chalkboard. It can be done. I used a Mr. Clean Eraser as Jolena did and it worked with a little extra elbow grease and a damp paper towel .

The next time I went to Michael’s arts and craft store, I asked the employee if there was a chalk marker eraser spray. She said there wasn’t at the time but made me aware that chalk is designed to erase on actual slate. Chalk markers give a great look and are easy to letter with without the mess of chalk but they really aren’t made to erase on slate or the chalk paint that a lot of use. So, you want to consider using actual chalk if you are looking to change your lettering a lot with the different seasons, holidays or menus.

Hand lettered blackboard

 

We hope you have a fantastic creative weekend whatever you do. Do what you love. Share this with your friends.

 

Now it’s your turn to link up and let us marvel at your doings!

 
Your Inspired Design

 

Diane @ Diane and Dean DIY

Carol @ Bluesky Kitchen

Lisa & Gloria @ Potentially Chic

Holly @ McCall Manor

 
Now that we have all been properly introduced, let’s get to linking up!
Here are some Inspired Design guidelines:

1. You must have a host link or our party button in your post to be featured.

2. No advertising including shops and etsy shops.
3. Your submission should be something you created (furniture redo, recipe, room design etc).
4. By joining this party you give us permission to feature your work, with a link, on our social networks and these blogs.
5. Stay and check out what other people have created. Check out and comment on at least 2 other links.
6. By joining this party you give us permission to add you to an email list reminding you of the party.
7. Enjoy the creativity!
 
 
You can grab a party button here and if you are featured next week, be sure to grab our featured button at that point!

Thanks for partying with us!

McCall Manor
McCall Manor

 

 

Hey Y’all!

I’m so happy to be hosting our party this week.  We recently spent time in Tennessee and arrived back here in Florida on Tuesday evening.  So getting back in my bloggy groove is going to take some effort, but this is getting me going. 

Link PartyComing up in the next few days, I plan to share our guest bath makeover (you’ve already seen the before pics, the shelves and the artwork) and I also have a plan to show you how I have started my handlettering hobby.  I am a beginner for sure, but I’m having fun and thought you might want to join me! Diane at Diane and Dean DIY (another hostess here) is also trying her hand at this. 😉  Check out each of our instagram feeds and follow along with our progress.  Click here for Diane’s, click here for mine.

modern calligraphy

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Okay enough about this mess, let’s get on with the reason you are here!!  The PARTAY!

Let me just say that there were so many good links to choose from this week.  It was very difficult.  So here is what I plan on doing, I will be featuring each of my favorites on my Facebook page over the next few days.  I feel like you all should get a shout out!! Keep up the creative work ladies.  You totally rock.

First up is this DIY bentwood orb light.  Seriously, so very cool Julie, very very cool. 

tripod lamp

I must be on a ‘build it’ kick, because this feature is also a DIY project.  Can you get over this sink base that Tarah built? I will be pinning this onto my farmhouse board. 

kitchensink

This next DIY is such a great knock off! I’m all about a good knock off, aren’t you? This tripod lamp is spot on for a boys room or a living room or an office or…well, you get the idea! Great job Sherry!

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So there you have my picks for the week, but there are many others that I wish I could feature.  Check them out over on facebook this next week!

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Now it’s your turn to link up and let us marvel at your doings!

 

 
Your Inspired Design

 

Diane @ Diane and Dean DIY

Carol @ Bluesky Kitchen

Lisa & Gloria @ Potentially Chic

Holly @ McCall Manor

 
Now that we have all been properly introduced, let’s get to linking up!
Here are some Inspired Design guidelines:
1. You must have a host link or our party button in your post to be featured.
2. No advertising including shops and etsy shops.
3. Your submission should be something you created (furniture redo, recipe, room design etc).
4. By joining this party you give us permission to feature your work, with a link, on our social networks and these blogs.
5. Stay and check out what other people have created. Check out and comment on at least 2 other links.
6. By joining this party you give us permission to add you to an email list reminding you of the party.
7. Enjoy the creativity!
 
 
You can grab a party button here and if you are featured next week, be sure to grab our featured button at that point!

Thanks for partying with us!

McCall Manor
McCall Manor

 

 

Happy Thursday before 4th of July!

linky party hostess

Have you started getting ready? I have and I shared our decorations for this year and last year and party recipes.

Getting Ready for the 4th of July

It looks like several of our link party guests did the same thing. I couldn’t help but focus on to a couple of ideas for red, white and blue for our favorites this week.

We hope that everyone has a safe and enjoyable 4th of July holiday. We have so many things to be thankful for in our country ~ freedom to worship the way we wish, to be what we want to be, to live where we want to ~ and so many people to give thanks to ~ our soldiers, sailors, and pilots, our police and firefighters and first responders, our minsters and caregivers.  If you know a soldier or anyone who has served in our armed services, give thanks.

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Katie @Let’s Add Sprinkles shared 10 Fourth of July Decorating ideas.

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Jemma @At Home with Jemma showed us how to add 7 Easy Ways to Add Americana Decor to our homes.

Your Inspired Design Link Party #42

Chloe @Celebrate and Decorate took  us on a 4th of July Home Tour.

Your Inspired Design Link Party #42

And because I absolutely love French and Farmhouse decor (I call my style French Farmhouse Decor ~ original, uh?), I just had to include 1 more favorite: One More Time shared 10 Reasons Why I Love American French Farmhouse Style which  really spoke to my design heart.

Your Inspired Design Link Party #42

O.K. everyone. It’s time to link up, click on, and share your best ideas.

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Your Inspired Design

 

Diane @ Diane and Dean DIY

Carol @ Bluesky Kitchen

Lisa & Gloria @ Potentially Chic

Holly @ McCall Manor

 
Now that we have all been properly introduced, let’s get to linking up!
Here are some Inspired Design guidelines:
1. You must have a host link or our party button in your post to be featured.
2. No advertising including shops and etsy shops.
3. Your submission should be something you created (furniture redo, recipe, room design etc).
4. By joining this party you give us permission to feature your work, with a link, on our social networks and these blogs.
5. Stay and check out what other people have created. Check out and comment on at least 2 other links.
6. By joining this party you give us permission to add you to an email list reminding you of the party.
7. Enjoy the creativity!
 
 
You can grab a party button here and if you are featured next week, be sure to grab our featured button at that point!

Thanks for partying with us!

McCall Manor
McCall Manor

 

 

Hey Y’all!

So some of my northern friends may not understand the concept of pouring peanuts into your coke. But I feel as a born and raised, tried and true, dyed in the wool southerner that it is my place to teach you about the finer things in life that we enjoy here in Dixie. You can teach me all about how to keep a straight face when ordering ‘pop’ or ‘soda’ and I will teach you about coke and peanuts.

Deal? Deal!

Coke and Peanuts cupcakes

Pouring salted peanuts into an ice cold coke is, my friends, the perfect road trip meal.  You get protein, fiber, and your drink all in one convenient bottle. This has been one of my favorite meals when traveling for years. I remember my parents teaching us how to pour the peanuts into our coke bottle with out spilling them in the car. I love that the peanuts get a little softer the longer you leave them in the coke.  I love trying to get the very last peanut out after all of the coke is gone. I love the saltiness of the peanuts mixed with the sweet of the coke.

Coke and Peanuts cupcakes

Since it may be a little hard for some of you to swallow (pun intended) the idea of mixing these two items, I thought of a fun way to introduce you to it.  I have had the Coca-Cola cake at Cracker Barrel in the past and decided to try and make a coke and peanuts cake.  Can’t be too hard, right?

Turns out, it is pretty ridiculously easy.  Almost too easy to tell you about, but that won’t stop me.

Coke and Peanuts cupcakes

The cake is just a boxed cake mix (devil’s food chocolate) mixed with 12oz of coke and bake according to the box.  No eggs, no oil, no guilt…until we get to the icing that is.

Coke and Peanuts cupcakes

I used this peanut butter buttercream recipe and it is decadent. I mean, it has the word butter in it TWICE, so how can it not be??

Just let your cake or cupcakes cool before icing them and then enjoy! 

Coke and Peanuts cupcakes

Next thing you know you’ll be giggling at people who say ‘pop’ and ‘soda’ and you’ll secretly be thinking “bless their hearts, they meant coke”.

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Hi everyone. It is with a saddened heart that Dean and I post this week after the Orlando, FL massacre that happened now over a week ago. We wanted to take this time to acknowledge those families and friends left to mourn their loved ones that were lost. Their lives mattered. Everyone’s life matters. Your life matters. Amidst all the political rhetoric that has surfaced recently, we thought it would be most appropiate to feature the wonderful diy bloggers who submitted their patriotic entries. Maybe the strawberry shortcake wasn’t technically patriotic but it says summer all over it and I can’t wait to make this.

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First up we have this patriotic American Flag made out of tissue. This isn’t the only thing Ilkas Blog has made out of tissue. She sounds like a professional.

american flag

Next feature is from Celebrate and Decorate. Tablescaping is not what I would call a strength of mine but I think I could do this or something similar for the upcoming Independence Day.

fourth of July tablescape

And last but not least, the strawberry shortcake recipe I was talking about. Don’t sweat the recipe has the recipe from scratch and if it tastes as good as it looks the last 10 pounds I am trying to lose is going to have to wait a week.

strawberry shortcake
Hopefully, you are inspired and your wheels are turning for things you can make, bake and decorate for the 4th of July. We are looking forward to you sharing your best projects with us for Your Inspired Designs #41.

Your Inspired Design

 

Diane @ Diane and Dean DIY

Carol @ Bluesky Kitchen

Lisa & Gloria @ Potentially Chic

Holly @ McCall Manor

 
Now that we have all been properly introduced, let’s get to linking up!
Here are some Inspired Design guidelines:
1. You must have a host link or our party button in your post to be featured.
2. No advertising including shops and etsy shops.
3. Your submission should be something you created (furniture redo, recipe, room design etc).
4. By joining this party you give us permission to feature your work, with a link, on our social networks and these blogs.
5. Stay and check out what other people have created. Check out and comment on at least 2 other links.
6. By joining this party you give us permission to add you to an email list reminding you of the party.
7. Enjoy the creativity!
 
 
You can grab a party button here and if you are featured next week, be sure to grab our featured button at that point!

Thanks for partying with us!

McCall Manor
McCall Manor

 

 

Hey Y’all!

We are so excited around here to have you back again for Your Inspired Design, you all are always inspiring us to try something new or repurpose something that might have been thrown away.  We love getting a little peek into your life each week!

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I am currently visiting family in Tennessee and Alabama and boy oh boy is it good to be ‘home’.  I love good southern folks.  And good southern cooking too! 😉  The kids are at camp and my mom and I get to tackle some projects while they are out.  I’m hoping that we actually finish some of these projects. ha.

Well, since all I have been doing is laundry, packing and driving for the last week, let’s get inspired by other creatives around the WWW.

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First up is this adorable planter that is repurposed out of an old sewing cabinet. I love the splash of color that the front porch gets with this piece. 

Jenny at Paint Yourself a Smile did a great job!

front porch planter

Rhonda from Ramblings of a Southern Girl was speaking to me with the combo of milk glass and succulents here! And best of all, these can’t die!

succulents

I love Old Glory and I love a banner, so mix the two and you have a winning design! Carol at The Red Painted Cottage whipped this banner up at the last minute and I think it is brilliant. The 4th of July is right around the corner!

flag banner

Well, I hope you are inspired to go out and try some of these fun projects.  I know I am! Now it’s time to get to linking up for this week’s party. We can’t wait to see what you do!

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Your Inspired Design

 

Diane @ Diane and Dean DIY

Carol @ Bluesky Kitchen

Lisa & Gloria @ Potentially Chic

Holly @ McCall Manor

 
Now that we have all been properly introduced, let’s get to linking up!
Here are some Inspired Design guidelines:
1. You must have a host link or our party button in your post to be featured.
2. No advertising including shops and etsy shops.
3. Your submission should be something you created (furniture redo, recipe, room design etc).
4. By joining this party you give us permission to feature your work, with a link, on our social networks and these blogs.
5. Stay and check out what other people have created. Check out and comment on at least 2 other links.
6. By joining this party you give us permission to add you to an email list reminding you of the party.
7. Enjoy the creativity!
 
 
You can grab a party button here and if you are featured next week, be sure to grab our featured button at that point!

Thanks for partying with us!

McCall Manor
McCall Manor