Welcome to more blogging memories!
Today I’m going to go back and show you some of the projects that I did last year.
One of the first ones that I shared was the arrival of my new hutch. This messy area is where the hutch is going to be.
I was so thrilled with having a new hutch that I quickly filled it up with pretties. As you can see my colors were very different back then! PINK, Orange! It’s so interesting how our taste changes. I changed out the pinkish orange into a lovely earth tone.
Here is the first time that I arranged it, it’s had a gazillion more since then.
I did a post on using this fun crackle glaze. I used my old chair that has been many colors.
I first gave my chair a light coat of brown paint so that it would show through the crackle.
Then I painted a coat of the crackle, then let it dry, then a coat of the light pink paint.
One thing that I found when painting with the crackle is that when you go to repaint it like I did a few months ago to white it still leaves that nice crackle look.
I just had to try my hand at using mod podge on a letter bound for my granddaughters room.
I love this product, you can use it on so many surfaces. I’m going to mod podge a dresser shortly. I’ll show you later how it turns out.
I cut a few scrapes of fabric, then I coated the mod podge on the letter and laid on the pieces of fabric, then mod podge on the top of the fabric. Easy!
This is a layette set that I made for Izabella who arrived last May. I covered the bumper pads, made a cute crib quilt. It’s So fun to decorate for girls.
I love the colors that my daughter in law choose for her room. Lavender and blue.
In this post I showed how to dress up old lamp shades.
If you are interested click the picture above to see how I did it.
This is a fun post that I did on how to make tea-cup pincushions. Click above to see how I made them. They really make fun gifts. I can’t believe that I didn’t even make one for me!
If you haven’t enter the give away for the apron make sure that you do so by commenting on your favorite color and why. I’ve had so many responses and have really enjoyed reading your comments. Thank you so much for leaving them they really warm my heart and add to a blogging friendship.
I hope that you all have a lovely day and that I gave you a little inspiration to start a project of your own. Most things that I do are not time-consuming. I usually have four little grands around to help out so I make my projects easy!
I will be hanging around these parties today, come and join me!
Show and Tell Friday @ My Romantic Home
Party Junk @ Funky Junk
Feathered Nest Friday @ French Country Cottage
Shabbilicious Friday Link Party @ Shabby Art Boutique
Home Sweet Home Party @ The Charm of home