Wednesday, March 27, 2013

What We Accomplished Wednesday #9

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!

I'm back from my little break.  I wish I could say I feel refreshed, but I came down with a nasty cold on Sunday and think I have bronchitis.  I have the energy of a newborn.  Anyway, I am back, cough...cough.

What did I accomplish this past two weeks?  Taxes...although I'm not quite finished, I got most of it figured out.  I also made gifts for a wedding and for my daughter's birthday.  I will post those later this week.

I hope you have lots to share, because I need some inspiration ladies!  Before we get to that, let's take a look at the features from the last party!

The link with the most clicks was this antique buffet makeover by Lisa at Create Inspire.  Didn't she do an amazing job on it?  I love that she left the panels and top unpainted.

Donna at Distressed Donna Down Home made these adorable framed Hares.  So cute for Easter!  

Danielle at Finding Silver Pennies, transformed this old damaged dresser into beautiful soft blue and white one for a lucky little girl.

I love the sweet sentiment that this sign represents.  Home should be our happily ever after.  Mindi, at My Love 2 Create, shows step-by-step how she did it.

 Old windows have so much charm.  Deborah gave this one a double dose of charm with it's fabric back.  Check it out at Ramshackle Romance.

This family sign was made to look like an old barn door.  Aimee, at Vintage Estate, did a great job creating a laurel leaf design.

My heart goes pitter patter when I see harlequin patterns.  I'm in love with this wall that Lynda Bergman Decorative Artisan painted.  Check out her tutorial on how to figure out the pattern.

Sometimes simple is perfect.  Kirsty Girl painted and distressed an old mail holder that had worn many colors in it's past life.  Sweet and simple.

My parents are from southern Indiana, so when I saw this gorgeous Hoosier cabinet at Penny's Treasures, I was instantly in love.  Someday I want my own Hoosier cabinet!

You need to fix this tonight!  I'm serious.  I made this for my family and they loved it!  It's fast and simple.  Perfect for those nights you are in a hurry.  Visit Stephanie at The Cozy Old Farmhouse for the recipe.  

So come on ladies (gents welome too), bring on the inspiration.  Give this tired invalid something to inspire me.  Okay, I am laying it on a little sympathy required to link-up ;)


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  2. Thank you for featuring the framed hares. I am so sorry your spring break resulted in illness. Hope you are better soon!

  3. Thank you so much for featuring my happily ever after sign! I feel for you, I have been sick too! I hope you feel better soon! Thank you for hosting!

  4. Thank you so much for the feature Deborah! Hope you feel better soon!!

  5. Thanks for hosting even though you feel under the weather. Hope you feel better soon!


  6. Thanks so much for featuring my dresser! Hope you're feeling better soon! x

  7. Oh Deborah, I hope you are will be on the mend quickly. There's nothing like a bad cold to knock the best gal down. I'm looking forward to seeing your creations soon.

  8. I'm sorry you are feeling so lousy. No fun! How sweet of you to take the time to keep the party going in spite of being under the weather. Thank you and I hope you are feeling wonderful soon!

  9. I hope you feel better very soon Deborah!! Thank you so much for hosting even though you are under the weather. Happy Easter too :)

    xo, Tanya

  10. So sorry you are sick! Hope you feel better very soon! Thank you so much for hosting! Love the awesome features! Have a Happy Easter.

  11. Thanks for hosting week after week, I am glad to be joining in again... have a great day!

  12. Thank you so much for the feature! I've loved joining up so far. Will continue too! :D

  13. I hope you get better soon! I love the projects you have featured here- I am off to visit a few- xo Diana

  14. Hi,

    Thank you so much for hosting. I am now following you via pinterest, twitter and GFC.


  15. Thank you so much for featuring my Hoosier...I fell in love with it the first day that I saw it! I know you will find the perfect one for you too! I am on vacation this week but I will be back next week to join your party...thanks for hosting! Hugs, Penny

  16. Thank you for hosting this party!! Also thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a such a nice comment!! I am a new GFC and email follower here. Have a wonderful Easter, Lori

  17. Thanks for hosting, Deborah. Hope you have a wonderful week.

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