Hey ladies my head is still in a whirlwind from our PART-TAY yesterday. You guys don’t disappoint. Your projects thrilled, amazed, and inspired me. I can’t decide which one is my favorite. However, I am going to highlight a few of them that are worth seeing again.
One of the sponsors of the party actually joined in. And lookie loo who what Marjorie from JoyBeadworks did. A checkers table with a cute little tin of checkers to go with it. I want to go visit Marjorie, sip on some lemonade and kick her tail at checkers at that table.
Look at this gorgeous dresser redo by Suzanne from Suz Speaks. I speak fluent Mod Podge so this spoke to me. There is something about a funky dresser that makes me happy.
How adorable is this furry stool from Janell Beals? She had me at the antique bluey color. Swoon! I want to cuddle up with it, don’t you?
Ok if you haven’t gone to see these amazing transformations you gotta go there and see for yourself. Jenglamgirl’s kitchen table turned out beautiful and looks like something you would see in a high end furniture store.
I want to move in with Chrissie Grace and sit at her red studio desk and have her teach me how to paint.
Lastly, I can see this in my future. Three Queens and a King made a hutch over to hang all their little girl’s dress up clothes. I love it!
Thank you to all who linked up. I hope you have time to go to each and everyone of the links and give some comment love. I have a poll going about how often you would like to have a Roadkill Rescue party. Can you give me your opinion?
The winner of the super cool prize pack is…. Randee at Life is Good! you have 24 hours to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your prize.
My kids love Melissa & Doug Wooden Toys. They are such high quality toys and we always seem to ask for them for gifts. Each of the sets come with a wood crate that stores the set. While I love the crates they really could use a top on them in order to make it into our playroom (I am not a fan of pieces everywhere). So what has happened over the years of receiving Melissa & Doug toys is we have amassed a collection of these wood crates.