Friday, October 21, 2011

The Inspiration Board: link party spotlight ~20~

Another amazing week on the Inspiration Board. The variety of projects amazes me. Delicious treats, fall and Halloween décor, sewing and needlework and more. 

Thank you so much if you linked up your project – I’m truly inspired by all of the submissions. 

Here are a few in the spotlight this week.

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Sugar Swings made these pretty candy corn striped madeleines. Candy Corn isn’t my first choice for candy but I could eat the whole plate of the madeleines.
 
 
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I love seeing new things and this locker hooking rug by Totally Lauren Amber is so pretty. A great way to use up scrap fabric and learn something new. 

 
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Incredibly unique candles by ArtDrops. Real snail shells turned into these sterling beauties. Wouldn’t a bowl of silver snails with scented wax be fantastic in a powder room?
  

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Little embroidery hoop fabric baskets to organize crafting supplies by Always a Project. The fabric choice, the zig zag edge and lining really kick these up a notch.

 
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{left} Pretty fabric pumpkins by Polka Dot Bungalow. The grapevine wire and neutral colors work so well together.
{right} I love the simplicity of these wire pumpkins by Melanie’s Crafts. This idea can be adapted for so many other seasons.
 
 
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Gorgeous pumpkin pie by Ode to Inspiration. I commented on her post that it was “almost” too pretty to eat. I think we both laughed about that because as we all know - pie is meant to be eaten. Yum! 

 
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Abundant felt loop wreath by Blissful Meandering. The gray and yellow are so pretty and I can’t get over the amount of felt loops. Definitely a labor of love – that I love. 

 
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Beautiful jewelry box by Dazed and then Some. This project wasn’t a restored thrift store find. This was a new raw wood box that was painted and distressed. The peacock blue chippy paint gives the box such a rich feel. 

 
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All I can say is Wow! A yardstick buffet by Corner House. Such a great idea and so beautifully crafted. Head over to Corner House for the “how to”… {fyi - you need a lot of yardsticks}. 


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This week’s inspiration pin board

{comparing apples to apples}
Features 20 apple collage
1. Caramel Apples by Katherine’s Corner
2. Apple Gourds by Measured by the Heart
3. Hedge Apple Garland by Project Possessed
4. Bite Sized Apple Pies by Lady with the Rocker

If you were in the spotlight, please feel free to grab a button.

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Thank you again to everyone who linked a project and to everyone who came to visit. I loved looking at all the projects and visiting your sites.
Please come back next week for another link party.
Link parties are held every Tuesday.

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10 comments:

  1. Like you said,a bunch of amazing stuff.
    Thanks again,
    Tanja

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  2. LOVE the wired pumpkins! and those Madelines are GENIUS

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  3. thanks for the feature!!! these were fun and easy to make, i hope others try them :) have a great weekend!

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  4. Hi Carolyn,

    Wow! Thanks so much for featuring my jewelry box this week. You've chosen so many beautiful creations. Have a blessed weekend!

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  5. such wonderful projects - I'm so in love with the yardstick creation. I've had a project like that in mind for such a long time but have not yet found enough yardsticks. Great inspiration to keep the search going :)

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  6. Such great things linked up! I made those bite sized apple pies yesterday, they are delicious!

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  7. Thanks for the feature! I love the yardstick buffet, how inventive!

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  8. Aw, thanks for the feature!! It's so awesome to be chosen along with all these awesome crafters! Thanks bunches:D Yup, and that's what happened to the pie...eaten and gone! It sure was yummy! :D

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  9. Wow, I had no idea you had featured my caramel apples. Thank you so much xo

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