Thursday, March 14, 2013

What We Accomplished Wednesdays # 8

Want to be a pin-up girl?  Join the party, and if you are featured, I'll pin your project to my Green Willow Pond Features Board!

It's been a crazy week.  We had two funerals at our church in the past week, one today, which I worked at the funeral dinner.  Tomorrow is our last day of our spring session of our homeschool group, then we have our Celebration Night that same evening, then our annual Picnic and Pie auction fund raiser for our bible quiz team takes place this Sunday.  I'll be baking pies Saturday!

So sorry I'm late to the party, but better late than never!  I haven't had time to post last weeks features to my Pinterest Board either.  My apologies to those who were featured.  I will get it done in the next few days.

If you missed my post about the air freshener I made you can read that here.  Keep in mind it is a tongue-in-cheek poke at how to cover up unpleasant odors.  Get ready to laugh, unless good clean bathroom humor offends you.  Then by all means, don't read ;)

Last weeks top clicked link was this "You are my sunshine pillow," made by Brandi at Don't Disturb this Groove.  Isn't it adorable?  

Arlene, at For the Love of It, reupholstered this gorgeous chevron chair.  She did an excellent job matching up the pattern!

This bird banner is just so cute for spring!  Diana, at An Extraordinary Day, gives an excellent, detailed  tutorial so you can make your own.

I've been transforming my house with whites, but this darker kitchen is stunning too!  I love the huge clock and the chandeliers over the island.  Check out the rest of it at Market Nine Home.

I love three tiered stands, but they are usually quite pricey, and I can never find one to suit my taste.  Tanya, at Twelve-o-eight, fashioned her own out of...well I won't spoil it.  Go check out what she used!

Aimee, at Twigg Studios, did it again.  She creates the most gorgeous flowers out of paper!   These ranunculas are so beautiful and realistic looking.  

Do you have one of those 70's faux french provencial pieces of furniture.  My daughter has a desk with hutch in her room that I really don't like.  When I saw what Andi, at Delusions of Ingenuity, did with this dresser, I was smitten.  Now if my daughter agrees, I'd love to do something like this with it!

Jayne, at Daisy Jayne created this gallery wall with the help of her whole family.  I think they did an awesome job!

Lisa, at Create Inspire, painted this beautiful piece in duck egg blue.  Even the name of the paint is beautiful!  

In the yum department, Andi, of The Wednesday Baker, created this delicious looking Pizza dish.  I've got to try this one!

So, what have you been up to?  Link up your accomplishments below!  


  1. Thank you so much for featuring my Junky Stand Deborah! And for hosting too :)

    xo, Tanya

  2. Thanks for hosting Deborah. Beautiful features again this week! Such amazingly talented and creative sould out there!


  3. Hi Deborah thankyou so much for the feature have a great day xxx

  4. Oh my goodness! What a surprise and blessing to be featured on your lovely blog!! Thank you so much Deborah!! [hugs]

  5. Thank you for the feature Deborah! Hope you have a wonderful week!

  6. Deborah, thank you SO much for featuring "Pierre"!! My very first feature! You totally made my day. Now I have to link up his family. :) Thanks for hosting and have a great week!


  7. Deborah, thank you for taking the time to host on such a busy week for you. I appreciate it.

  8. Sounds like you have been a busy lady. Thanks for hosting again this week.

  9. Thank you so much for the feature for the "Pizza in the Pot". You made my day!! Sounds like you have a much too buzy week! I'll be over to help.......have a great time visiting and the wedding and the fun Andi

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