Friday, November 15, 2013

The Inspiration Board: creative party spotlight ~128~

TGIF friends! We crafted, decorated, baked, cooked and diyed through another week. Oh my!

This time of year there just doesn’t seem to be enough hours in the day to accomplish everything. But by the looks of The Inspiration Board this week, you all have been very busy and VERY creative. A reader let me know that she had never clicked on so many links at a link party before and I have to agree – the projects were amazing! So thank you so much for sharing and visiting.

In case you didn’t have a chance to stop by this week, here is what I shared here on homework.




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Now, on to those amazing projects in the spotlight this week.


Skinny-eggnog-using-almond-milk-at-shakentogetherlife.com_I need some “skinny” this time of year! Skinny Eggnog Recipe from Shaken Together Life that looks yummy!


Decorate a table for Thanksgiving_thumb[1]A beautiful Bountiful Harvest Thanksgiving Table by Setting for Four. I love those wheat stalks taking center stage – absolutely lovely.


Double-Chocolate-Peppermint-Cookies1Yup – candy canes are readily available in the market and what a great way to use them. Absolute decadent looking Double Chocolate Peppermint Cookies by A Pumpkin and a Princess.


granny lamp 55Meeha Meeha always makes me smile with her whimsy and sense of style. Today she shares her new Granny Lamp that is the perfect touch for her lovely room.


SAM_5418I love shortbread cookies and this South American version called Alfajores looks wonderful. Sweet pastry filled with dulce de leche and rolled in coconut by Twigg Studios.

granny squaresGranny Squares in bright colors are an instant pick-me-up. These granny squares by Helena Haakt look so cozy and cheery just waiting to be stitched up into a blanket.


026-625x1024I have a super narrow entry way and this DIY Pallet Table by Fort Ledbetter would be perfect. The top is so beautifully done with all those angled pieces.


Autumn_-Velvet-_Pumpkins_Theresa-Huse-2013Beautiful velvet pumpkin using recycled pajamas by Dear Creatives. The pretty blue color works perfectly with the typical warm autumn colors.


Ashbee Design Tea Light Village (2)Ashbee Design treats us to another paper masterpiece, a Tea Light Village with warm glowing lights. It’s so Intricate and so precisely crafted.


Christmas-Candle-HoldersBeautiful holiday etched candle holders by The DIY Dreamer. The frosted glass is created with etching cream and looks so soft and wintery.


DriveThruWoods 008The French Hen’s Nest takes us on a trip through the woods of Virginia. Destination… La Bella Luce where we get a glimpse of the pretty antiques.


THIS WEEK ON THE INSPIRATION PINBOARD

CLEAN & SIMPLE

Inspiration Pinboard: Clean and Simple via homework | carolynshomework.comFrom top left:  Rosemary Wreath – Four and Know More  |  Simple Italian Wedding Soup – Savings4Six  |  Wire Christmas Tree – Dasha Shults  |  Orange Green Tea Scrub – The Daily Simple


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

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7 comments :

  1. Thank you so very much for the feature, Carolyn! Beautiful features this week!

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  2. Thank you so much for featuring my entryway table!
    Marie @ Fort Ledbetter

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  3. Thanks for feauting my tablescape Carolyn!! I love all of the other features here too!

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  4. Hi Carolyn, Thanks so much for featuring my project. I love the other features too. I always enjoy seeing & am in awe of the talented folks out there sharing their talents.Theresa @DearCreatives

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  5. The featured projects are incredible! I love the narrow entryway table, the "absolutely decadent" cookies and the Tea Light Village! And of course, thank you for smiling the way the granny lamp makes me smile...

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  6. Thank you for featuring my grannies. Helena X

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  7. Good Morning Carolyn, Thanks for featuring my tea light village. I am busy with another 3D paper project this weekend. What are you up to? Marji

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