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Welcome to my weekly post of the top five posts that caught my eye this week.

Is this not the prettiest flower you have ever seen?  I saw this tutorial and immediately started cutting out felt.  I have made three already. This tutorial was created by Megan Reardon of Not Martha but is featured on Holidash.

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The Speckled Dog made these adorable trays.  There are some incredible plates at Target from their Liberty of London collection that would be gorgeous for this.  I love the yellow and black combo below.

My friend Gail from My Repurposed Life made this awesome shelf out of a repurposed bi-fold door and leftover parts from a baby crib.  Genius…I tell you.  Gail, I want this for my bathroom please 😉

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Jen from Dangerously Domestic is a new blogger with some seriously cute ideas, not to mention she is a redhead.  Gotta give some love to my fellow red head!  I fell in love with this pear-shaped book she made.  I must make one, how stinkin cute?

You must check out Cate from a Tree Lined Street’s amazing dining room redo.  I love her eye for layering accessories.  I need Cate to come over and help me with accessorizing a few things.  That is not my forte. Click here for more before and afters of her amazing space. 

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  1. Thanks for featuring me! I love those felt flowers and that pear book. Off to check out those blogs.

  2. awww, thanks Beckie! 🙂
    I hope you had a great Mother's day!

  3. Great picks! Those felt flowers are amazing! I actually love it all.


  4. hi! sent you some bloga award love…come on over and get 'em! Have a great day!

  5. Thanks so much for featuring me on your darling blog. I've been out of it for a few days and just realized! Lucky you to link up with the Jen of Tatertots & Jello – who doesn't love her right! Thanks again! SMiles, JEN

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