We are very close to being done and I am working on some really great projects to share with you soon. But, while I finish up these last few boxes and get some more things in order Angie from The Altered Past is here to tell us all about the fall decor she has put together in her home.
Thursday, October 30, 2014
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
What a weekend. We are all so glad that it is over. We are in our new home now and the next few days will be spent trying to unpack all those boxes and getting things in some semblance of order. So while I am doing that I want to introduce you to Kathleen who blogs over at Charm Bracelet Diva (At Home)
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Share It One More Time#10
Hi Everyone, Welcome back to Share it One More Time Saturday's and you all know what that means... It's time for the
Share It One More Time Link Party and Features
So many great ideas this last week at Share it One More Time...You all are so creative!!! You impress and inspire us each week and we thank you for sharing.
Before moving on with the features. I will share a little sneak peek of one of the projects Tammy has done. This project on how to apply rust to paper mache' letters will be up on Monday and a full tutorial will be shared over at Fine Craft Guild... I can't wait to read it and try it.
And for Thirsty Thursdays Tammy shared a delicious Italian Eggnog Cappuccino
This weekend we are moving into our new home but somehow along with all the packing I did manage to glamorize and get this beautiful vanity done my granddaughter Mimi. I had a great time translating Mimi's ideas into this.
I will be back in full swing in the middle of November and have a lot of great ideas for you for the holidays. Be sure to come and see what our guests are bringing us - I know you are going to love them as much as I do.
Now for all those great features this week.
On Fern Avenue.shared her beautiful Pine Dresser Makeover
Robyns View.shared a great idea on how to make a Car Air Freshener
Moms Needs to Know shared her Glazed Pumpkin Spice Scones Copycat Starbucks Recipe
Pams Party and Practical Tips shared her cute Olaf Pumpkin
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Thursday, October 23, 2014
I can honestly say that we have a lot of the boxes unpacked and the most important things put in their proper places. Whew, what a job! I am so glad that I have some great blogger friends that are able to help me out through all this Today I would like you to meet Dana who blogs at Dapoppins
Dana is a professional nanny and a Mother. She loves reading children's books , is a writer, and a scrapbook enthusiast. A very busy lady indeed.
Today she is sharing her tutorial on how to make Witch Repellent for those nights you may be out and need it - this weekend, maybe....
So without further ado I am going to let Dana take it from here.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Written by Cathy Carroll
Today I am going to show you a vanity I just redid.
This piece was a piece that T brought home knowing I would love to do a makeover on it. He was not wrong. It had perfect bones to work with. But when my granddaughter Mimi saw it she called dibs on it. She had to leave her vanity behind when they moved and had been wanting one to replace it. (only so much room in a truck). What you don't see here is the fact it had a large hole right in the middle of the front where you see the lighter wood piece. So T replaced the holey piece with a new piece of wood. It is curved and required some soaking in water and curving ever so slowly. But with time and patience it was achieved.