Tuesday, November 4, 2014

What We Accomplished Wednesday #65

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 busy week with a trip to my daughter's, a few extra hours at work, and projects around here. I posted about my trip here,

and showed my fall kitchen bookcases here.

I've got another fall post coming up in a couple of days so stay tuned for that. In the meantime, check out these awesome projects being featured this week.

Karen, from Karen's Up on the Hill, found this beauty of a dresser for her dining room.  She didn't even have to paint it. We should all be so lucky! I want one just like it for my kitchen, between my bookshelves. Love that cow painting too!

Want a quick and easy way to dress up a lampshade? Brooke, from Creative Country Mom, shared a super easy and quick way to make a burlap bow without tearing up the edges of the burlap. I adore the plaid burlap she used!

Luann, from Lovely Livings, created an inviting coffee/tea bar with an autumn theme. I'll have a coffee with cream and sugar please!

Isn't this stack of old letters romantic?  But wait...they aren't real. Diane, from An Extraordinary Day created these from old book pages. How fun is that?

Just look at this old clock...but wait! It isn't old. Martinel, from Martinel Art, just made it look that way. Isn't it gorgeous?

There's a story behind this pretty chandelier. Patty, from Old Things New, transformed it after her hubby spied it at Habitat for Humanity.

Patsy, from Patsy Pat, creates beautiful art with an eternal message.  I love both this piece of art and the message behind it.

I dislike using artificial room fresheners because it's like snorting chemicals! Eliza Ellis shares 13 ways to make your home smell gorgeous...no chemicals included!

Hoo boy did I need this post! I used to be so organized, but lately I'm having trouble keeping on top of it all. I've tried several planners, but nothing lasted very long. I'm actually using the principles behind this technique by Lamberts Lately and it's working very well!

Years ago someone brought these amazing bars to some event and I had my first and only taste of them. I couldn't remember who made them so I never had them again. Stacey K shares the recipe at The Farmhouse in the Field. I can't wait to try them myself!

Now it's your turn.  Show us what you've accomplished.  Can't wait to see what you've been up to!

The Simple and Easy Rules

1. Only projects you have made/accomplished pretty please. This means no round up of others projects, give aways etc. Items for sale are okay, as long as they are in tutorial form, and linked to your blog post.  No links to shops or Etsy stores, or round-up posts of others projects please.  Link up to 3 posts - please link posts new to this party.

2. Linking back to the party (text or button) within your post is very much appreciated . You can grab a button from the side bar if you like.

3. By linking up here, you are giving me permission to feature you here, on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and/or Pinterest.  I'll only use 1-2 pictures from your post and link back to you. Then people will be flocking to your blog to read all about it!!  Spreadin' the love around baby!
Most importantly, go visit some of the links because otherwise it wouldn't be a party would it? 

I am no longer automatically adding you to my email list to send out reminders about the party. If you want a reminder each week, just use the little sign up form below. You will only be signing up for party notifications. I will not use this list for anything else, nor will I ever share it with anyone. ever. period.



  1. Deborah....you are so sweet to feature my love letter vignette. I had so much fun putting it together. Thanks so much for this lovely blessing.

  2. Thank you Deborah for another party :)
    Beautiful features!

  3. Deborah, thank you so much for featuring my kitchen dresser with all these talented ladies!

  4. Thanks for the party, Deborah.
    Mary @ Orphans With Makeup

  5. I do believe this is my first visit with you. Such an adorable blog. I think I'll come again, if you don't mind.

  6. Thanks for the awesome party, and the fabulous features. Have a lovely week.

    Sarah @ Backwoods Babies

  7. Thank you Deborah for the lovely feature this week on my Fall Coffee and Tea Buffet! Many thanks too for hosting your fun party!
    Have a lovely Wednesday!
    LuAnn ;)

  8. Deborah, thanks for hosting each week! Have a great week.

  9. Thank you for hosting! Have a great Wednesday!

  10. Hello sweet lady! Thank you hosting such a fantastic party. I love stopping by. I hope you get a chance to swing our party. We would really appreciate it. http://loulougirls.blogspot.com
    Happy Wednesday! Lou Lou Girls

  11. Thank for hosting the party! Have a great week.

  12. Hi there sweet Deborah! Thanks so much for the feature this week and for another lovely party. I'm a little jealous that you and Diane got to meet last week. I think I should've been there because I love you both!
    Have a blessed week dear Deb,

  13. Hello Deborah! Thanks so much for hosting! Blessings, Cecilia

  14. Thank you for being such a wonderful hostess. I'll try real hard to be on time next week!


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