Welcome to Day 2 of our State Pride Tour where 30 other bloggers have joined me to show how their state is #1.  Yesterday I showed you my “IN love” Indiana state pillow and canvas art, as well as 5 other blogger’s projects. Today I am featuring six other bloggers who think their state is pretty fantastic too.

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Cheryl from Tidy Mom recreated a Wisteria knock-off for a fraction of the price with her quad framed Missouri map.

DIY Gold Framed Vintage Missouri State Map

 DIY Wall Art Missouri Map

Stephanie from Somewhat Simple hails from the hot state of Arizona.  She created an adorable homage to her state’s sweltering hot weather with her Arizona map art.

Arizona “Home is Where the Heat Is” Art


While Sarah from Sarah M Dorsey Designs is moving away from the sun and sand of California shortly, it didn’t stop her from representing California with a large Pismo Beach sign and cut out California sign.  This little corner of her home is beautiful isn’t it?

California Sign & Pismo Beach Art

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You know this girl loves a good knock-off.  Roeshel from DIY Show-Off recreated the Map Triptych from Pottery Barn to represent her state of Pennsylvania. 

DIY Map Triptych: Pennsylvania

DIY Map Triptych Pennsylvania 

Jaderbomb is a Louisiana gal with an adorable accent and big personality.  These Louisiana coasters embody the famous Louisiana blues and this spunky girl from that state.

Louisiana Blues Coasters


Tricia, my sweet friend from South Carolina, created a canvas art from a song favorite by James Taylor, “Carolina in my Mind.”  This would be easy to customize for your state.

DIY South Carolina State Map Art

 South Carolina art - Carolina on my mind

Click on the blue links above to go visit these talented ladies and click here to continue onto Day 3 of the State Pride Tour.

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  1. I’m keeping my eye out for Wisconsin. If you ever need a WI blogger–I’m your girl! This is such fun & I gotta tell ya, California blew me away.

  2. Excellent state projects, I want one of each. But as a former California girl who camped at Pismo Beach, I’m gonna have to put that one at the top of the list.

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