If you didn’t have a chance to stop by this week, here’s what I shared.
Earth Day Round Up from my archives | Thread wrapped candles and card board candle holders | Spring flowers inspired by Radiant Orchid
Now, grab a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy these beautiful and inspiring projects in the Spotlight this week.
Keep it Simple Sweetie made light and easy fish tacos which look delicious. Doubly impressive is the fact that the tortillas are homemade.
This pretty egg doesn’t have to be put away just because Easter is over. Shabby Tea Party shares a moss filled egg resting on a pretty little nest that works for the entire spring season.
Counting Willows recovered a well-loved Bear Chair that had been passed down from generations and it looks adorable! I’m sure future generations will be enjoying this sweet chair.
File this one away for next year. Artsy Vava made homemade sugar eggs and decorated them just beautifully. As with traditional sugar eggs, the inside has a wonderful spring scene inside. Gorgeous and these definitely bring back memories.
Sometimes unadorned and unembellished make the biggest statement. I love this egg shell herb garden by Homemade Interest. This would be such a great project to do with kids.
How adorable are these Craft Stick Flip Flops by Kids Activities Blog? Little craft sticks and pipe cleaners come together to create the tiniest flip flops ever.
I’ve never heard of Baked Apple Purses but that’s okay – the picture says it all. Sourdough Native shares a recipe for these yummy looking goodies and the best part is they can be easily made with refrigerated biscuit dough. I love quick and easy!
Nik’s Box crafted this pretty Jewelry Tree the old fashioned way – with a pencil drawing and craft knife. I love old-school crafting. It’s what I grew up on. Beautifully done!
Sugar Swings made these Spring Flower Cupcakes and Donate Life Pretzel Signs for Donate Life Month. She briefly touches on her personal stake in this cause and you can read about it on her post. Yay for donors!
Gorgeous Tissue Paper Dahlias by Kraft & Mint. I’ve made tissue paper flowers before but the addition of the mist ink colors make this project stand out in a field of paper flowers. Lovely!
Oh Penny, Penny, Penny - you amaze me! Penny’s Vintage Home covered a wall of cabinets in her studio with a collection of vintage clothes. Inspiring!
Clockwise from top left: A Top Serenity Hill – A Peek in my Sketchbook | Two It Yourself – Mod Podge Coasters | Run n Stitch – Audrey Quilt | 3GLOL - Tiered Snack Stand | The Happy Chateau – Mini Pom Pom Garland | Howling at the Moon - Love Cross Stitch Pillow | Woods of Bell Trees – Organizing Jars
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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.
Thanks for visiting.