What an amazing thrift store find and even more amazing redo. West Furniture Revival scored a library card catalog file and gave new life to – count them – sixty drawers. Gorgeous!
I love this personalized Father’s Day gift from Vanessa’s Values. A darling shadow picture that can be modified for any occasion.
Alderberry Hill took an old headboard and created a wonderful garden bench. Sunny yellow paint makes it the cheeriest spot to sit out and enjoy summer.
Will Cook for Smiles brings us an elegant grown up drink. A classic Cosmopolitan with a twist of lime. Yes please – but just one for me or I’ll never finish this post.
Oh boy – Cherry Fritters by Mom on Timeout. Sometimes you have to just forget about healthy and eat a few [or more] delicious treats like cherries and dough cooked in hot oil. Look how innocent that plate of fritters looks!
Are you growing tomatoes this season? Once you’re done, here’s a great idea to use an old tomato cage. An outdoor chandelier by Piglogs and Taterberries. Super cute – a rustic and fun outdoor décor item.
I’ve always loved plant markers made from vintage utensils. But one of the problems I have is that I don’t have metal stamps to stamp the utensils. Plant markers using paper printouts and a couple coats of sealant from Hello Paper Moon solves that problem.
Wonderful latitude and longitude signs by The Concrete Cottage. What a fun way to personalize cities you’ve lived or vacationed in. Check out the full post for a great tutorial on how to make these signs.
A fun and unique way to use those little drink parasols. Jellyfish Jelly used a string of lights and parasols to create these party lights. Great for an outdoor patio but I love how they look over this bed.
This Stromboli by Love and Laundry looks absolutely amazing. Sandwich fixing baked inside bread dough. I’m definitely making this for my family.
This week on the Inspiration Pinboard
Red White & Blue
[left] Homemade Yogurt – Potholes and Pantyhose [middle] Coconut Cupcakes – Will Cook for Smiles [right] Blueberries & Cream – Crystal and Company
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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.