Monday, February 27, 2012

Incredible Tuesday Confessional Features

Hello everyone! I FINALLY had time to sit down and look at the posts that were linked up this week, and they were all amazing! Some of these projects are nothing less than art and I bow to the masters! Here are a few of my favorites:

This vintage shutters makeover from Ode to Inspiration is truly inspiring. I'm crushing on this color!

How to Nest for Less made this peg board and scrapbook paper letters that look like it came straight out of a magazine. It is almost too cute to be real!

This chair from Pandora's Craft Box makes me want to grab a cup of chai and curl up with a Harry Potter book. When you see the before you'll have to pick your jaw up off the floor.

This magnetic recipe holder from Happy Hour Projects is brilliant and would make a great housewarming or wedding gift.

This keepsake box from Live Creatively Now started out as a RIBBON SPOOL! This may be my favorite upcycle ever!

I just adore this charming little dress from Sew Can Do, and she was amazing enough to include a tutorial!

These ink blog onsies from Shannon Sews are brilliant! Is it crazy that I see Disney characters in each of these ink blots??

How cute are these boots from A Rosie Sweet Home?? There is a step-by-step tutorial that shows you how to make your own adorable boots. I'm going to have to make a pair of these for my daughter.

If you were featured grab a brag button and give yourself a pat on the back!

  



6 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for the feature!

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  2. Yay!! Thanks for featuring my shutters!!

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  3. Thanks for featuring my Smitten Lovebirds Dress - I've added your button to my Featured On page:)

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  4. Aww, you're SO SWEET Macy!! Thanks so much for featuring my craft room peg board!!

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  5. Thank you so much for featuring my ink blot onesies! You made my day! :)

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  6. Yay! Thank you so much for making my day! Though. . . I must admit I do not see Disney characters in the ink blots. . .

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