Happy Sunday friends!  Here is what caught my IC eye lately.

Oopsey Daisy has an awesome list of 40 flowers tutorials.  Bookmark this page people.  When you need floral inspiration to strike pick out one of these tutorials to try.


Speaking of flowers here is one that I thought was gorgeous made out of streamers.  Paper Carnations!  Lisa from It’s In the Details shows us the how-to.

HPIM9720-350x262Just Devine Style made this picture frame with a Bible verse in it.  I  thought this would make a wonderful gift.  She even has a free printable on her blog.009Do you like to sew?  These fabric hanging baskets from Mother Huddle are a neat idea for organizing kids toys, craft supplies, etc.fabric

Have you seen these wanna-be-topsy-turvy planters on Design Sponge?  I love the idea of hanging herbs like basil in them.  You can coordinate them with your decor.1_udp_single What has inspired you lately?

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  1. You are so sweet for posting all this home decor loveliness while I am beautifying my new place. Thank you dear!

  2. The DIY Topsy Turvys from Design Sponge are absolutely gorgeous. After reading the tutorial, I may need to have someone more crafty make them for me.

    As for the Flower Tutorials, I can picture an entire wedding shower designed around one of these. Thanks for sharing some great ideas and great beauty.

  3. Aww, thank you so much my friend for featuring the flower tutorials! I am just getting caught up on my blog reading, and this was such a fun surprise! THANK YOU!!

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This is what caught my IC eye this week in blogland.

Me Making Do made these awesome candlestick holders out of empty soup cans.  I love this recycle project.  You have to check out her tutorial and see how easy it is.

One of my readers Sonja from Craft Werk made these adorable milk jug totes.  What a cute way to present a gift to someone.4476939004_46ce3e18ed_b Dwellings by Devore made this adorable trendy play kitchen from this old nightstand.

You must click over there and check out all the details of this mod beauty.

Erin from Sutton Grace blew my idea for storing puzzles and game out of the water with this amazing idea.  I want to go buy puzzles simply to make these!

While my my friend Eryn is waiting for her soon-to-be adopted baby girl to come home from Ethiopia she transformed a hand-me-down high chair…https://2.bp.blogspot.com/_5DuT85gNcfc/S88xunrSb1I/AAAAAAAAB2c/nFWj7ejOZNg/s1600/IMG_9898.jpg

into a sassy, stylish zebra-printed wonder!


Amy from Mod Podge Rocks made this button frame.  How simple and sweet for a baby girl’s room.

What projects are you dying to try?

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  1. Great links this week. I love the soup can candle holders – awesome. And the puzzle idea is great too. I have a bunch of squished boxes that are so annoying.

  2. Awe…those are some fun links. Love that kitchen! I am finally finished with my furniture re-vamp project and I just posted it today. I ♥ the way it turned out.

  3. What fun projects! I especially love that play kitchen (so creative!) and the high chair makeover.

  4. WOw, I am always amazed at what people dream up!!! I can't believe someone used soup can for that candle holder- so impressed.

  5. Oh my goodness…. those are some cute projects. I love the play kitchen, what a sweet little, personal (and way more inexpensive than all the ones in the stores!)toy!

    They are all super!

  6. What??? That little nightstand turned mod kitchen is freakin awesome. I am in LOVE! Now I'm on the hunt for an ugly old night stand! That one is for sure going in my project folder. Thanks!


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