This is what I found around blogland this week that caught my eye.  I hope you will visit these blogs and give them a “you go girl.”

Ashlee from Corner Crafts emailed me after she saw my Dremel review to show me what works of art she made with her Dremel.  They remind me of old lace handkerchiefs.  So pretty!

4461022643_1b2a784e0b_o I have seen some gorgeous tutorials on flowers.  I loves me some purdy fabric flowers.  But this one takes the cake!  Amanda from House Revivals made this gorgeous Burnt Peony.  I want one bad!Look how realistic they look!

burntpeonytutorial 076 burntpeonytutorial 077Southern Exposure spray painted some bamboo shades and added a border in white.  What a great way to dress up some plain bamboo blinds.  You must check out her post and look at all the gorgeous details of this room.

GrayBambooShade Angie from Blog Boutique made this adorable Easter Egg Shadow box.  You could get away with this decoration year round.  I mean who doesn’t love eggs and nests lately?CIMG4757 Maggie from Smashed Peas and Carrots had a recipe for a Twix bar fake out.  Twix is by far my favorite candy bar.  Have you tried the Peanut Butter Twixes?  YUM-O.  I am totally trying this recipe this week.  The best part is it takes totally normal ingredients.  No goats milk from the Swiss Alps or anything.twixWhat caught your eye in blogland this week?  I would love you to share a link in the comments section.

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  1. I love the Burnt Peony, it's so full which you don't see a lot of! I'm about to pull out the candle to make a flower necklace for a costumer.

  2. Such talaent here…:) I love the flower…so beautiful! I want the Twix but that is a NONo for m diet…:( Hate it! lol Thank you for sharing a little of blogland with us…Meme

  3. Wow! Creative talent here! I like the flower so much. It can be used as accents in many ways.

  4. Thanks for featuring me! Those eggs are gorgeous! What a great idea to use the dremmel. I might have to pull mine out.

  5. those eggs ARE amazing! and, the painted shade…never thought of painting one to give more detail and personality. thanks for sharing these!

  6. Thanks for the feature! It's so humbling to be mentioned in the same post as these amazingly creative people!

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