Monday, June 1, 2015

The Inspiration Board: Spotlight 208 & Wood Work

Here we are in June. Can you believe it? It’s the season of graduations, weddings, barbeques and of course my favorite, beachy crafts and coastal décor. I love this time of year. As always, thank you, thank you, for stopping by and sharing last week. I’m trying my darndest to keep my link party going and I’m so grateful to those of you who faithfully link here and for all newcomers. Yay!

In case you didn’t have a chance to stop by lately, here’s what I’ve been sharing.

And now for the projects in the spotlight this week:

One of the most creative and adorable candy treats I’ve ever seen. Rainbow Twizzler Xylophone Treats by Sugar Swings.

I love a no-sew project and these Table Cloth to Curtain Panels by 24 Cottonwood Lane are perfect.

Pocketful of Posies shows us how to get a watercolor effect on a mug and I love the pretty pattern.

Learn how to make a gorgeous flower arrangement at Dancing Dog Cabin.

As we head outdoors, we need to shoo away the pests and these Citronella Mason Jar Candles by The Every Day Home are the perfect touch.

Our Home Notebook shows us her kitchen in progress and the pure white paint and black trim is absolutely gorgeous.

Beautiful wool felt and detailed embroidery come together in this lovely pillow by KBB Crafts and Stitches.

Check out this amazing Wood Door Mat made with 1” x 1”s and wood beads by H2O Bungalow. Totally inspiring!

Next time you’re at the thrift store, don’t overlook that rack of ties. Saide Seasongoods created this delightful 4th of July wreath out of discarded ties.

Perfect for the warm weather and your next outdoor gathering, Orange Mojitos by Honey and Birch.

Look at that yummy yarn and beautiful crochet work by Amigurumi Askina. I really want to start crocheting again!


Driftwood Tree by Scavenger Chic  |  Headboard Benches by Scrapality  |  DIY Modern Baby Gate by Lou Lou Girls  |  Salvaged Cornice by Redo It Yourself Inspirations 

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.

Thanks so much for stopping by.



  1. I was very happy. Thank you very much :)

  2. Carolyn, thanks so much for featuring my post!


  3. Thanks so much for featuring my curtain panels, Carolyn! Have a wonderful week!

  4. Thank you so much for sharing the wonderful posts linked up and the lovely feature, Carolyn!
    Hope you're having a great week :)


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