Tuesday, January 6, 2015

What We Accomplished Wednesday #69

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!

Happy New Year!  I hope and pray this new year will bring special blessings to each one of you. I'm looking forward to another year of creativity and fun!

I've said it before, and I'll say it again, I am in awe of your creativity! So many ideas, so little time. I wish I didn't have to sleep!

I like red and white together, so this fresh Christmas living room decor really caught my eye! Aren't those lanterns cute? Check out the full tour by Patty at That's So Pretty.

How cute are these Mason Jar luminaries that Poppy, from With a Dash of Color, made? I love the little chalkboard tag!

Banners are so cute, and I really love the book page banners. Beverly, from Electric Red Barn, tied this Noel banner to the top of a curtain with a sprig of berries. So pretty! She shares several ideas for "decorating on the cheap" for Christmas.

Mary, from Orphans With Makeup paints the most beautiful pieces of furniture. She displayed it so beautifully for Christmas too!

There are so many pretty and simple ideas here, I can't even pick a favorite. The burlap wrapped center piece, and brown paper packages did kind of steal my heart though. Check it all out at Love, Create, Celebrate.

Mindi, from My Love to Create, did it again with this creative sign. This piece is huge and makes a huge impact! She made the words separately so it is versatile too!

You will never believe what this piece looked like before. This is proof positive that white paint can transform absolutely anything! Christine, from Must Love Home, created these "french shutters" from some pictures she didn't like. I love how all the detail now takes center stage.

Aren't these dishes sweet?  Jody, from Southern Seazons, has been collecting these Better Homes and Garden Plates for a few years. She paired them with the beautiful white chargers, green plates and plaid napkins. So pretty!

Do you love the look of an old fashioned sled, but don't own one? Sarah, from Little Red Brick House, found one at Michaels and painted it with a grain sack stripe pattern. It turned out great!

Last, but not least, these yummy looking morsels are soft ginger cookies dipped in white chocolate. Oh yum! Find the recipe by Karee, at Vintage Chateau.

The Simple and Easy Rules

1. Only projects you have made/accomplished pretty please. This means no round up of others projects, give-aways, reviews of products, 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!
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  1. Hi Deborah,

    Happy New Year to you!

    Thank you for hosting,

    Hugs from Brazil,


  2. Ok, I pinned you even though I wasn't featured...is it fine, though? Thank you so much for the party.
    Happy New Year 2015!

  3. Deborah, thank you so much for featuring my woodland tablescape.
    Thanks for hosting.

  4. Thank you for the blog party, Deborah! Have a great Wednesday!

  5. Thanks so much for hosting, Deborah! Love your wintery features! I hope your 2015 is off to a fabulous start!

  6. Thanks so much for a great party and for featuring my book banner.
    Happy New Year!

  7. Deborah, thank you for featuring my Christmas Living room :)
    Thank you for hosting another wonderful party!

  8. Happy New Year, Deborah! Thanks for the feature, much appreciated! Always fun partying with you.Hugs, Poppy

  9. Hi Deborah, thank you for featuring my French Shutter DIY:) And thank you for hosting, it is most appreciated! xx - Christine

  10. Thank you for featuring my sideboard. Much appreciated.
    Mary @ Orphans With Makeup

  11. Thank you so much for hosting and inspiring us!

  12. Happy New-Year Deborah and thank you for the party :)

  13. Thank you for hosting! So many great features to look through! Have a great week!

  14. Loved the displays of unusual and creative Christmas decorations. I'll stick to writing.

  15. Happy New Year Deborah. I have to agree so many ideas and so little time. Hopefully there will be more this year. Thank you for hosting and have a wonderful week. Cathy

  16. Hello beautiful! We are thrilled to stop by and be a part of your party. Please take a moment and party with us . We love partying with you.
    Happy Wednesday! Lou Lou Girls

  17. Hey Deborah! Thank you so much for featuring my Starry Night Nativity! I hope you have had a great start to your new year! Hugs!

  18. Thank you SO much for featuring my home tour!! xo Happy New Year!
    Lindi @ Love Create Celebrate


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