First off, a big phat Thank you! to everyone who has supported the first MISSION: Possible party, It’s a Cinch. If you missed it, there are 286 easy peasy, super simple projects linked up to give you some fun, simple project ideas. What a great resource for a little spring craftiness. 🙂
I had so much fun visiting each and every one, today I’m going to share some that I can totally see myself trying at some point
if I ever get around to it.
I just did an easy little project using empty glass jars that I’ll be posting about tomorrow…but look at how Kristi at Addicted 2 Decorating used them to make this awesome hallway artwork.
This beautiful table makeover by June & Bear reminded me just how awesome a simple spray paint upgrade can be…you HAVE to see the before.
Looking for a good use for the new IT decorating item … paint chips? Get the tutorial on how to make these adorable eggs from Claire at A Little Something in the Meantime.
Let’s just say if you like maps and the beach you are going to love Kelly’s project at DTTD Imagine Design Create.
Before you head out to buy a new soap dispenser, just use the pump from your empty bottle and make this stylish dispenser like Dixie Delights and Design Dreams by Anne did.
And you all know I’m a sucker for a bargain project … and this little plate decor from Cameron Homemade fits the bill … you’ve got to go see what she made this out of, you probably have it in your house right now.
A big Thanks! to everyone who took the time to link up, and if you’ve been featured here please grab a button, you deserve it.
Kelly at Eclectically Vintage
Linda at it all started with paint
Andrea at The Cottage Market
Kari at Thistlewood Farm
And don’t forget about the 1 Year Blogoversary party I’m co-hosting with my friend Ginger and others, to celebrate Ginger’s blog‘s 1st Birthday in the rare evening post here at the space between later today.
And (because you know how I love to start a sentence with the word and) I’ll be showing you a simple little upgrade to some glass jars I’m now using for organization tomorrow.
Enjoy your space today and see you a bit later. 🙂