Welcome to our One Hundred Twentieth Sweet Inspiration Link Party.
It seems that school has started in some areas of the US. And that means fall to me! But before I can think about any of that I need to finish painting my house. I have never been so unmotivated in my life to paint. I would appreciate any tips and ideas on how to get myself off the couch and finish painting this house of mine! I hope you all have a great weekend!!
The party starts on Fridays 7am EST or 11 am GMT and runs until Tuesday. 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.
We will be visiting all of you who link up with us and sharing, pinning all that good stuff. We really do appreciate your visits.
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If you don't know it already, I am a total thrifter. I love a good deal, and I really love when there is a fantastic story to go along with a good deal. So, I was very interested in reading the story behind Karianne's recent yard sale find. If you have not checked out this post from Thistlewood Farms yet, you must go do so. Not only did Karianne score an amazing piece, but she literally had me laughing out loud with her story. You won't want to miss it!
I admire people who have the courage to dare. Taryn Whiteaker took the risk to paint the walls in her bonus room in a dark moody color. The difference is unbelievable. The before was ok but the after is gorgeous. You can see by yourself this dramatic change and also you can find great advice if you want to do the same but you don't dare!
If you believe all the hype from Mrs. Kringle at Mrs Kringle's Kitchen about this "finger lickin' good" grilled tropical salsa - I'll have to say that this seems like one of those dishes that "tastes so good, makes you wanna slap yo momma!" And as she says, "it's a virtual vacation" in just one bite - filled with mangoes and pineapples or your favorite seasonal fruit, instead. And the best part, she includes a video to help with the prep! I hope you get to know Mrs. Kringle and her recipes - she's an awesome cook!
Aren't these tissue paper lights just so lovely. I can picture a whole bunch of them on the table when we're dining al fresco. Amy from Show and Tell U shared a tutorial on how she made them with the help of her great nieces.
I cannot say enough wonderful things about this dresser transformation. Anyone can paint a piece of furniture, but to have the insight to make it look so special with the right stenciling is a talent that few have. Marie of the Interior Frugalista has this talent in spades.
And the most popular for this week is by Maya from The Little Treasures for her pretty Sherbet necklace. It looks good enough to eat!
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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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