Today’s features were chosen by
Kristi from I Should Be Mopping the Floor.
I have the DIY Monogram Snowflakes that I made for our grandbabies, plaid ribbon, strings of pom poms, lots of glitter and vintage style ornaments.
Come a long and join me and my friends for an Extra Ordinary Christmas Tree Blog Hop.
Not only that, BUT this blog post is part of the 31 Days of Handmade Christmas Ornaments. If you are arriving here from Petticoat Junktion, Welcome! I am SO happy to have you here today. And, if you follow me on a regular basis, you KNOW how happy your visits make me.
Welcome Back to another Inspiration Monday Party.
We are so glad you are joining us today!
Some of the best things about summer are the long days
just begging to be filled by days at the pool with the family,
lounging on the porch with a good book and an ice cold glass of lemonade,
and of course, all the extra time we can squeeze in for crafting!
Today’s features are five fairly simple crafts,
just perfect to keep you busy this summer!
This week’s features were chosen by Jamie from Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom.
Electric Pressure Cooker Eggs by Crafting a Family
Easter Button Bunny by 3 Winks Design
Spring Mantel by Sweet Parrish Place
Coloring Book Decoupage Easter Eggs by The Chic Country Cottage
Floral Bunny Towel by Flamingo Toes
Carrot Crescent Appetizers by This Mama Loves
Bird Nest Candlestick by The Everyday Home
Spring Mantel by Worthing Court
Are you feeling inspired? We are, too!
You have probably heard me mention my trip to SNAP. It is a HUGE blog conference held every Spring. This past Spring, I WON a ticket to SNAP! I know! It was really a blessing to attend. One of the cool and exciting things about SNAP besides the incredible classes, sponsors, hosts, parties, and roommates is the fact that you also can go on a Thrift Store Field Trip at SNAP.
And was it ever amazing. From meeting new friends, seeing incredible pieces of vintage items, we were guided on the trip by Mandi from Vintage Revivals and Brooke from All Things Thrifty. They are like celebs in the DIY, crafting, thrifting blog world.
Our first stop was with George. He owned ACRES of salvaged, used, worn antiques. I wasn’t in his garage very long before I spotted this:
Oh my goodness…