Friday, July 27, 2012

The Inspiration Board: link party spotlight ~60~

Thank you so much for linking up and sharing your projects on the Inspiration Board this week. As always, there were so many beautiful and inspiring projects to look through. I learn something new every week!

Here are a few in the spotlight this week.

Check out this kitchen accent table from How to Nest for Less. The texture is created from a product called wood icing. Click over for close up photos of the texture and the tutorial on how to create different textures.

My son used to play with Legos so I’m very familiar with this shape. One Art Mama used silicone molds to create a rainbow of crayon Lego men to use as party favors!

ZGallerieInspiredPrintable6Printable D├ęcor created her own Z Gallerie inspired prints that I like even better than the originals. There’s a camera, a dress form and a vintage sewing machine. Want to know the best part – click over and you can download the prints for free.

IMG_2824W-650x506Wow, wow, wow! Domestic Imperfection created a faux wood inlay look using stencils. I can’t imagine the amount of work involved in this project. Beautiful!

peach-pie-cookie-post-1Oh my! I’ve mentioned this before but I absolutely love pastry crust. Country Mama Cooks is my new hero by introducing me to pie cookies. I can’t wait to whip up a batch (and eat them)!

lit lanternsGrow Creative made the prettiest tin can lanterns and tells us the secret to punching the holes without bending the cans.

Lifestyle Crafts Treat Carrier DieLove this Smores gift idea from A Pumpkin and a Princess. The packaging is so clean and simple. Perfect for teacher gifts, party favors or hostess gifts.

edible spoons, how to make nougatine spoons with chocolate ganache, dessert spoons Edible spoons by Hungry Happenings. The spoons are made out of almond nougatine…yum and a swirl of chocolate ganache…yum.

P7240007This pretty shelf by Flickerwhips is made out of a piece of vintage tin trim. A perfect spot for these pretty white serving dishes.

myohio2Feel Lovd Everyday created a hometown string art using a wood slice, tiny nails and crochet yarn. Her son helped with the project making it extra special.

This week on the Inspiration Pinboard
Features 60 Collage
Clockwise from top left: 
If you were in the spotlight, please feel free to grab a button.

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.



  1. Thanks for featuring my quilt Carolyn. x J

  2. Hey, thanks for featuring my lanterns!

  3. Thanks so much for featuring my Lego crayon men! I love your starfish mugs, by the way!

  4. Thanks so much for featuring my Peach Pie-Cookies and my quilt along.....have a great day : )
    @ CountryMommaCooks

  5. Thank you so much for the wonderful feature! Great round up of projects :)


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