Welcome to our Fiftieth Sweet Inspiration Link Party.
Things are back to normal tech-wise. But now I have a ton of comments to take care of! That's all right! I am grateful for every single one. Spring has rolled in full blast in my neck of the woods, beautiful weather but very windy. I hope you will all enjoy your weekend.
Since the number of hostesses has been reduced, we will each be featuring two posts from now on. Enjoy your weekend.
Please only pin from the original blog post, just click on the links below, they will lead you there! Thanks!
We will be visiting all of you who link up with us. We always appreciate your visits.
The party starts on Fridays 3pm UTC and runs until Tuesday 3 pm UTC or 10 am EST. By joining us every week you will be able to grow your blog and gather inspiration from so many others who link up to our party. We hope you will join us every week to share and inspire with your projects and creations.
I so enjoyed this tour of Dara's home over at the Hood Creek Log Cabin. There was a WOW factor around every corner and it's been beautifully decorated to welcome Spring
I'm convinced Sarah from Sadie Seasongoods has a magic touch when it comes to re-purposing something in a completely unique way, like this broken footstool. Amazing
Claire from Pillar Box Blue took a plain Ikea Moppe mini chest and worked her magic on it. As you can see the result is more than amazing! Can you guess what are the pulls made of? Go check on her blog to find out.
As a milk paint lover and brand ambassador I fell in love with this bar cartCynthia from Clockwork Interiors made over. She mixed some colors and ended up with this gorgeous piece of furniture. Don’t you just love the contrast of the wood against the colored part?
I really love the taste of sweet potatoes and thanks to Sadhna of Herbs, Spices, and Tradition, I can have them in the form of flatbread.
I've developed a bit of an obsession with decoupage lately. And after looking at Erlene of My Pinterventures' floral Decoupage Spring Bunny it looks like there is no end in sight!
And the most clicked is this lovely window valance tutorial by Vicki of Entri Ways.
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I'm Mary and I recently moved to New York from beautiful Greece. I like to re-purpose and up-cycle anything that is old or looks like junk. Join me as we use our creativity to spark some life into old things. And do it frugally! You will also see lots of photography of my Greece and New York.
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