A Dollhouse Tutorial You Are Gonna Love

I’m honored to share a special project that Susan
from Second Chances by Susan shared on her blog last month.

 

When I saw her amazing dollhouse that she made for her granddaughter,
I fell in love.

 

I was flooded with memories of my own childhood dollhouse.

 

  I never tire from looking at all of the items and details
that Susan used to make this special for her granddaughter.

 

I need a granddaughter to make one of these for….
oh heck, maybe I’ll make one for  ME!

 

Take it away Susan!

 

Where does the time go?  I can’t believe it’s been two months since my last post.  It’s not like I’ve been sitting around doing nothing.  Actually, just the opposite which makes it hard to fit in time for blogging.  I thought I would share something that took a good chunk of my time prior to Christmas.  My granddaughter wanted a dollhouse for Christmas.  They live about 900 miles away and don’t have enough room in the car to bring home a full-sized doll house, so after spotting this great idea I decided to make something similar.  Instead of using three-ringed binders for the structure, I went with thrifted double album covers.  I got them for 10¢ each.
 
I needed four double album covers for the project, and a couple of single covers as well.  The first thing I did was to place white duct tape down the outside and inside spine of each double cover, making sure to fold the tape over the top edges.  I then placed two covers together and taped along the top and right edges.  I left the bottom edge untaped for the time being.  I did this with all four covers so that, when finished, they were all connected together and would create four rooms when standing up and open (see one of the following pictures.)
The next step (which is an addition to the original idea) was to add a floor to each room.  I did this by taking apart the single covers, cutting them down slightly, and taping them to the bottom of each double cover.  I taped them along the top edge (of the floor) to the front and the back.  After taping, I folded the floor up and closed the cover to make sure it was going to fit okay.  If the fit was okay, I finished taping around the rest of the floor edges.  I did the same to each “room” of the doll house.
When I was all finished taping, it looked like this with all the edges covered with duct tape.
The next step was to decide on what scrapbooking paper I was going to use for the walls and floors of each room.  I adhered them all with mod podge, letting each room dry before moving onto the next.
The finished doll house folds like this when its not being played with.
Before I go further, I thought I would mention that I entertained the idea of cutting 12 x 12 squares of masonite for the doll house, which would make it pretty sturdy.  I opted for the album covers because they were recycled and lightweight.  But, they do warp a little when applying mod podge to them.  So do what you want with that little bit of information!
Anyway, now for an overall tour of the house before I get into more of the furniture details.
The bathroom and bedroom.
The bedroom and living room.
The living room and kitchen.
The kitchen and bathroom.
The bathroom started with these thrifted pieces…a tub-shaped soap dish, a small ceramic dish, and a candle holder.  I didn’t have to do anything to the tub.  I spray painted the candle holder white and glued the dish on top to create the sink.  I used E-6000 for all of the furniture gluing.
I used a vintage crocheted pot holder for a rug.  All of the images were found on the internet, resized, printed, cut, and mod podged into place.
The family room was created from an old wooden box, two candle holders, and an acrylic dessert cup. (I didn’t end up using the wooden piece…probably because I couldn’t find it at the time!)  The lamp was easy.  All I had to do was turn the dessert cup upside down and glue it to the top of the candle stick.  The ottoman was just a matter of gathering a circle of scrap leather around some batting and gluing in place.  The couches were a bit trickier.  I removed the hinges, ran the front edge of the lid through the table saw to barely cut of the front edge.  I had to run the base of the box through the table saw to make it the same height as the lid, then cut off the front edge and put a new bottom on it.  Once they were the same size, I glued some decorative wood pieces to the bottom for feet.  I completed them by making little cushions and pillows.
The drapes, plasma tv, fireplace, basket, and plants are all images from internet.

 

The bedroom began with a wire napkin holder, picture frame, and air freshener.  I sprayed the bed pieces white.  I then drilled holes through the wooden frame and wired it to the head of the bed.  (I actually turned the napkin holder upside down.)  I removed the board of the picture frame, drilled small holes spaced alternately, then covered it with batting and green fabric.  I then pushed white brads through the fabric and holes and secured them to the back.  This created a tufted look for the headboard.

 

I removed the air freshener liquid from the lamp, made a mattress, pillows, and cover for the bed, and mod podged some coordinating paper to a cute little trunk.  I pulled a thrifted doily from my stash to use as a rug.  Once again, the images were from the internet.
The kitchen was a lot of fun.  The furniture was pretty easy.  It consisted of four wooden salt and pepper shakers (two not shown), a pedestal candle base, and a ceramic trivet.  I glued the trivet to the candle base to create the table.  If you’re worried about it breaking, you could use a cute lid from a metal canister instead.  I cut the tops off of the shakers.  Originally, I was going to make a padded cover for them, but went super simple by gluing a canning lid to the top of each and adding a scalloped paper medallion to the top with mod podge.
The fun part was finding all the cute images to glue to the walls.  Another thrifted doily makes a cute rug.
An aerial view of the kitchen gives you an idea of how the house stands when its open.

 

 

This project did take quite a bit of time (especially waiting for the mod podge to dry) but it was fun.  Everything but the canning lids, scrapbook paper, duct tape, and air freshener lamp was thrifted.
And, the best part is that my granddaughter loved it!


Thank you so much Susan for sharing your amazing project.

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Cardstock Paper Leaves Tutorial By 52 Mantels

Hi! I’m Emily from 52 Mantels, a blog about all things home including weekly mantel makeovers, easy DIY projects, seasonal crafts and simple recipes! I’m blessed to be the stay-at-home mother to one adorable little girl and the lucky wife to an ever-supportive hubby (who puts up with my endless projects!). I am SO happy to be here at Project Queen! Mandy always has such inspiring ideas!

I shared this tutorial for  cardstock paper leaves on my blog last Fall, but it works so well with my Spring decor, I thought I’d share it again with you today! I originally saw this picture on Pinterest and was inspired. Inspired to pin it to my Future Projects board. And, inspired to give it a try. Of course, I had to do it my own way!

I started with a stack of pretty papers. I chose papers from my stash that was printed on both sides, which kept me from having to line up my leaves perfectly with another leaf. Smart, eh? I did this project with my momma and she chose beautiful autumnal colors. But, I wanted to be able to use this tree beyond Fall (and so glad I did!). My mom also differed in her method in that she used a leaf pattern to trace and cut her leaves. But, I simply stacked a few papers together and cut freeform leaves. I didn’t even worry about them being slightly different sizes. I just went for it. To make my stems, I took a short length (maybe 3-4 inches) of wire, sandwiched that between two leaves and glued it all together.

I wired all the leaves until I had a nice pile and then began the assembly. The sticks came from my mom’s yard and I arranged them in a vase before I put the leaves on. To add the leaves, I wrapped each wire around an area of the stick.

And, that’s that! A very simple and fairly quick project that makes for a pretty display! I’ve had mine since the Fall and they’ve held up beautifully!

I’ve used them on both a FALL themed mantel and a SPRING themed mantel. Perfect for both! And, currently they’re hanging out on my entry table (again!). Every bit of my decor gets regularly rotated to keep fresh content on my mantel. So, this vase of sticks has definitely traveled the house!

Thanks for letting me come visit today, Mandy! I hope you’re having a wonderful vacay!

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Knock Off Anthropologie Cup By The Cottage Market

Hi everyone, my name is Andrea and I am so honored to be guest-posting for Mandy (what a doll!) I would like to share a very simple project with you that has been very popular…hope you enjoy!  Sending hugs to Mandy as she enjoys the European Life!

 This is not a “Knock Off” but an extension of an idea : )from Anthropologie!
(mine)
The reason this came about is that my kids gave me an Anthropolgie Mug for Christmas with the letter M for Mom on it…I have said that I love them and someone was listening!(by the way…they said they wanted to get 3 A’s…then it would say MAAA!!! 🙂  I was looking at it and then looking at the collections of “single” mugs I have accumulated and thought…hmmmmm this would be a great way to make those soul survivors kind of fun and funky and maybe even use them as gifts just to say “I’m thinking of you”
(Anthropologies)
Simple Steps
You will need a nice clean mug!
You will need a porcelain paint market or a tube that you can use like a pen or use with a paint brush.
Draw on your Initial (any style…upper or lower…any size…whatever your little heart desires) Then follow the package directions to cure the ink…requires a very short baking period and then it is permanent ready for the coffee!
You can do one for everyone in the family…do them on drinking glasses…mugs…tea cups you find in the Good Will…vintage mugs…the list is endless! I think you will have tons of fun with it!  
They will make great gifts…add some yummy tea bags…some fresh coffee beans…maybe a vintage spoon and wrap pretty…a perfect gift for anyone!
ENJOY!!!
Sending tons of 
(((HUGS)))

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Let’s Talk About “Doing It Yourself” with Turnstyle Vogue

Hi everyone!

My name is Shari  from Turnstyle Vogue.  I’m so happy to be guest posting for Mandy today while she takes a much-deserved vacation. Isn’t she the greatest?  She has been one of my blog friends from the beginning.

My job is restyling furniture (that I sell) and as a side endeavor,  I started my blog to talk furniture and design.  In the seven months that I’ve been blogging, Turnstyle Vogue has evolved into a potpourri of my furniture reveals, tutorials and tips, tablescapes, design thoughts, and DIY projects.

Today, I’m not going to talk about my furniture.  Instead, let’s talk DIY.

Here is my big secret:  I have a love/hate relationship with DIY projects.

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LOVE:  I love the challenge of creating a unique piece of home décor, especially if it is a knock-off of one of those fabulous items you keep eyeing in your favorite home décor store.

HATE:  I don’t consider myself a versatile DIY’er and I’m not a fan of cheesy projects just to say “I made this!”   Keeping in mind of course that the term “cheesy” is totally subjective!  One man’s cheese is another man’s treasure…isn’t that how the saying goes?!

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I’ve talked before at Turnstyle Vogue about how I’ve never considered myself a crafty person, and I still don’t.  Obviously I like to create – it is a required skill if one wants to restyle furniture but  I don’t have a craft room and my sewing machine sits so long between projects that I have to Google how to thread a needle each time I want to use it.  Okay…I’m kidding a little on that one, but it isn’t too far from the truth!

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That said, I do make some things.    I have always had a “I can do that” attitude towards many things, especially when I spy a potential need-to-have-that-now item that I can knock-off.  Many times though, I’ve just given in and bought it, rather than make it, simply because of time.  It has always been easier for me to just pay for it and bring it home and be done – especially when I was working in the corporate legal jungle.

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My blog kind of changed all of this for me.  I posted a few DIY projects here and there but then I started getting feedback from my readers about how they wanted me to do more project tutorials.  I continually see it as a challenge because  I want to make sure I provide something fresh to the blog scene.  I don’t know if I’m always successful because there are so many talented bloggers out there that have brilliant minds and quick hands.

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In addition to knock-offs,  a lot of my DIY projects stem from a challenge of trying to repurpose something.   I’m a very competitive person at heart and once in a while my eyes and my mind will immediately focus on a particular item and race each other to the what-can-I-do-with-that finish line.

Have you ever been there before?

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Of course, being a furniture gal,  I always feel more comfortable if my DIY involves paint.  Paint is my friend.


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What about you?  Do you bask in the glory of a DIY project or do you have these little guys hanging over your shoulders each time you start to create?


So, that’s my DIY story.  I’d love to hear yours!  I’d also love to have you all stop Turnstyle Vogue and chat.

Thanks again Mandy for inviting me to share at The Project Queen!  Enjoy every minute of your vacation!



Be inspired,


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Mother’s Day Cupcakes By The Sweet Swiper

Hi there!  I’m Kirsten from The Sweet Swiper, and I’m so excited that Mandy asked me to do a guest post on Project Queen for her while she’s on vacation!

Since Mother’s Day is coming up, I decided to do a pretty little cupcake that would make a beautiful centerpiece on a dessert table…..Water Lily cupcakes.  I got this idea from Cupcakes, Cookies & Pie, Oh My.  They’ve got a ton of amazing looking ideas for totally fun desserts (having two little boys at home, I’m always on the lookout for fun stuff).

For these cupcakes, you can use any flavor cupcake you want…and any size you want (regular or mini).  Go fancy or go plain…..homemade or a box mix…..it’s totally up to you.  Same goes for the frosting……homemade or store bought….your call.  I decided to go really simple, and make a box cake mix of chocolate fudge cupcakes, and bought a tub of vanilla frosting (something I would normally never admit to).

Once your cupcakes are baked and cooled you will also need:

white candy melt wafers

plastic spoons (they must be plastic, not metal)

vanilla frosting

red and green food coloring

yellow sprinkles

1.  To make the petals of the flowers, line a cookie sheet with wax paper.  Place the white candy melt wafers in a microwave safe bowl and heat until melted and stir until smooth.  Dip the back of the plastic spoon into the melted candy so that the back of the spoon is coated, and then gently shake off the excess melted candy.  If there is any melted candy that has oozed over the edge of the spoon use a finger or a paper towel to wipe it off.  Place the spoon, candy side up, on the cookie sheet and place in the refrigerator to harden (for about 5 minutes).

2.  Remove the spoons from the refrigerator and let stand for about 1 minute.  Then, very carefully, bend the back of the spoons to release the candy, forming the petals for the flowers.  You will break a few of them, but once you get the hang of it, it will go pretty fast.  You will need between 3-5 petals per flower, so continue with this process until you have enough petals.

3.  Separate about 1/4 cup of your frosting, and tint to a pale pink color using red food coloring.  Place this colored frosting in a ziploc bag.  Use the green food coloring to tint the remaining food coloring a vibrant (lily pad) green.

4.  Use a spoon to dab a dime-size dollop of the melted candy onto the wax paper.  Take a petal and place the larger end in the melted candy.  Repeat 2-4 more times with additional petals, overlapping each petal slightly, to make the water lily shape.  Refrigerate the flower until it has set, about 5 minutes.

5.  Frost the cupcakes with the green tinted frosting.  Use as much or as little as you like.

6.  Remove the flowers from the refrigerator.  Snip the corner off of the ziploc bag containing the pale pink frosting and dab on dots of pink frosting into the center of the flower.  Sprinkle the pink frosting with the yellow sprinkles.  Remove the flower from the wax paper and place on top of the cupcake.

7.  Serve, eat, and enjoy!

I really hope you give these a try……they’re sure to impress!  Check out Cupcakes, Cookies & Pie, Oh My! for more fun dessert ideas.

Thanks for playing in the kitchen with me…..come visit me over at The Sweet Swiper sometime!

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Spring Inspired Projects By I Gotta Create!

Hi!  I’m Christina from I Gotta Create! I’m thrilled to be here guest posting for my extra special blog friend, Mandy. 

Here are a few Spring-inspired projects that provide HUGE bang for your buck using recycled and inexpensive materials.

Oriole Nest Vase. Beautiful as a Spring centerpiece, or to decorate a mantel or shelf. As a symbol of nurturing, the nest would make a lovely Mothers Day vase, too. You won’t believe how easy it is to make!



Party Hat Tutorial. Super, super simple, inexpensive, and you can create any theme or look you want! Plus…can you guess what the pom poms and fringe are made of? I have a tutorial for each element.



Tinfoil Rose Tutorial. This is my most popular post and it’s been pinned thousands of times! Come see how it’s done and check out the other amazing foil projects I have for you. I PROMISE you’ll be glad you checked it out!



If you’re looking for seasonal inspiration, I have ideas for Halloween, Valentines, Thanksgiving, Christmas and more! 

Each of us is a creative Super Star in one way or another. To nurture our creative process, I am featuring in-depth interviews of Inspiring Creative Women. Share YOUR creativity at one of my linky parties to be eligible.

Mandy, I want to publicly thank you for your encouragement, kindness, not to mention being the very first blog to feature one of my projects. {And you’ve featured several of mine!} 

What a pleasure to get to know such a generous soul. I hope you’re having the best vacation ever <3

Hugs,
Christina

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Embellished Frame By Pitter and Glink

Hey, y’all!  I’m Bethany.  

I am a high school English teacher, and I’m married to a  middle school English teacher.  (Yep, we have interesting conversations at the end of each day school day!)  We have one furry baby named Lily.  My outlet is my crafting, and I share all my crafting adventures at my blog Pitter and Glink.  I’m so excited to have the opportunity to guest post at The Project Queen today!  I want to share with you how I created a striped embellished frame to go in my newly redecorated craft room.

I am a craft supply hoarder.  I buy frames (and every other imaginable craft supply) even when I don’t need them.  I tell myself that this is because I live forty five minutes from a craft store, but I don’t know if that is necessarily true.  It may just be an addiction…  Anyway, when I got ready to decorate a wall in my craft room, I first looked at the supplies I already had, and I found an unfinished wood frame I had bought from Walmart a long time ago.

I first painted the frame a pretty turquoise color.  My craft room is gray, and my two accent colors are turquoise and pink, so I knew the paint color would help make this plain frame the perfect new accessory for my wall.  After I painted the frame, I used painter’s tape to tape off stripes.  You can measure to create perfect stripes, but I just eyeballed it.

I used a stencil brush to apply the paint between the tape lines.  My brush was not heavily loaded with paint because I didn’t want the paint to seep under the tape.  Once the stripes were dry, I sanded the frame really well to distress it.  Then I decided I needed another color stripe on the frame.  I followed the same steps above to create white stripes on the frame.  

After everything was dry, I sprayed the frame with a clear coat to protect it.  Then it was time for the fun!  I always say that I think more is more, so I used various felt and fabric flowers, buttons, rhinestones, and even vintage earrings to create an embellishment on the corner of the frame.

The frame didn’t come with glass or a back, so I purchased a 5×7 frame from the dollar store and used the glass and back from it in the frame.  I simply used tape to keep everything in the frame, but you could definitely use something a bit more permanent.  I put a picture of my mom, sister, and me in the frame, and then my masterpiece was complete!

I really like the color combination.

And I love how the distressed paint balances out the girly-ness of the frame.  At least I think it does…

But, of course, my favorite part of the frame is the girly embellishment in the corner.

It’s the perfect frame for a special photo.  
I’m really thankful that Mandy let me hang out with y’all today.  If you liked this project, I hope you’ll head over to my blog to check out my other projects.
Happy crafting!
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Craig’s List Makeover By Bleak 2 Unique

Hi, I’m Lori from over at Bleak 2 Unique where I like to do just that…take the bleak and make it uniquely me. I’m super excited to be a guest here at “Project Queen”….Thanks so much Mandy!!! Today I would like to share my first chair makeover. I have at least a dozen chairs stored here and there, but I finally got busy and fixed one up. This is one of three chairs that I picked up for free on Craigslist…gotta love CL. Unfortunately, I couldn’t decide what  to do with em’ , and so they sat in the garage forevvver. Then it occurred to me that I didn’t have to make a final decision….I could keep my options open by just tackling one, and see if I like it. Liking a lot of different styles can make it hard to make a decor decision sometimes…do y’all have that problem? Finally motivated to get moving, here is where I started…

A little dirty and beat up…but cute
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She had a few “dings”, and I hate to sand, so out came the homemade chalk paint. Don’t get me wrong, I love Annie’s chalk paint, but since I have a budget I make my own…
 and you can too….you can get the recipe HERE.
After removing the seat and tightening up all the screws, I brushed on the first coat…

Needs more cleaning
Screws tightened
First coat on

While the chair dries, I worked on the new seat. Recently I found a curtain, and the fabric was just what I was looking for…bright, bold, and durable (the lining makes it heavier). The cushion was left over from another project, so I just cut it to fit and secured it with spray adhesive…like this…

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Spray and press…done!

I used the seat as a template and cut the fabric leaving a six inch border. There was quite a bit of extra fabric to cut off, but too much is better than not enough, right? To finish off the seat I stapled each side in the middle…pulling tight, and working out to the corners. 




 Once the seat was finished I got back to the chair. Usually I just distress pieces a little bit, but on this project I wanted to try a more distressed look. I sanded, sanded some more and then finished up with a coat of wax…

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The only step left….put her together and take her picture…..Here she is…”Paisley Love”. Tell me what you think…Too much distressing? Not enough distressing? Wrong color? Right color? Whatever you think, let’s hear it!













Thanks so much Mandy for having me over, and letting me share with your readers today!!!

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What’s Cooking, Love?

Hi, I am Alyssa from What’s Cooking, Love?
I am so excited to be here guest posting at Project Queen.
I love Mandy’s blog and I like to party at her Turning the Daunting into the Doable Link Party!
I am a wife to my wonderful husband and a mother to my 10 month old son.  I like to blog about cooking and love food!  My blog is about cooking easy, good food, using shortcuts and timesavers.  I also host a weekly link party, Showcase Your Talent Thursday.  I hope that you stop by and visit.  
This Cheddar Chicken and Rice Skillet is a perfect example of an easy time saving meal.  This is a one dish meal that is easy to make and is great for a fast dinner or a weeknight meal.  When my husband and I get home from work, we are usually hungry and don’t want to spend a lot of time cooking dinner.
This meal is quick, without a lot of prep, and doesn’t dirty a lot of dishes.  This meal was really good and and more vegetables can be added to it if you wanted.  This dish tastes great and is easy to make. We will be making this dish again! Enjoy!!

 

Cheddar Chicken and Rice Skillet

(Recipe adapted from Kraft Food and Family Magazine Fall 2006)

1/2 cup reduced fat or fat free Italian dressing

2 cups of precooked chicken, cubed

2 cups brown rice, uncooked

1 1/4 cups of reduced sodium chicken broth

1 1/2 cups chopped tomatoes

1 cup of reduced fat shredded cheddar cheese

1/2 teaspoon garlic powder

1.  Heat the Italian dressing in a large nonstick skillet on medium-high heat.  Add the chicken and garlic powder and cook and stir for 2 minutes.

2.  Stir in the rice and chicken broth.  Bring to a boil and cover.  Then reduce the heat to low and simmer for 5 minutes or until the rice is tender.  Let stand covered, 5 minutes, or until the liquid is absorbed.

3.  Add the tomatoes and the cheddar cheese and stir until blended.

Thank you so much to Mandy for allowing me to guest post!
I hope that you stop by and visit me at What’s Cooking, Love?!
You can also follow me on Facebook, Pinterest, or by RSS Feed
Thanks!
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Guest Post Round-Up

I’m on the countdown for a little R & R with the hubby for a few weeks.
I mentioned yesterday that I won’t be hosting the Link Party
for 2 weeks.

“Turning the Daunting Into the Do-able” will be back up and running on
Tuesday, May 8th.

In the mean time, I have NINE amazing women (with fabulous blogs)
who will be sharing with all of you!

Friday, April 20 – Alyssa from What’s Cooking, Love?

What's cooking, love?Alyssa started her blog so she could log and keep track of her recipes,
and let me tell you… she has some great recipes!  Alyssa is all about
cooking easy, good food, using shortcuts and time savers.

Monday, April 23 – Lori from Bleak 2 Unique

Lori is a southern gal who loves to find trashy treasures and make them new.
I got a sneak peak of the post she is sharing with you and it is GORGEOUS!!

Wednesday, April 25 – Bethany from Pitter and Glink

Bethany is a high school literature teacher during the day and a
crafter by night.  She has a whimsical “twist” to her projects
that I love and I know you will too.  Bethany also has a great Etsy shop!

Thursday, April 26 – Christina from I Gotta Create!

Christina believes that everything is an opportunity for creativity.
She approaches every day life with new angles of possibility.
She is the Queen of re-cycling, re-using and re-purposing!
Christina hosts an awesome party every week.
Friday, April 27 – Kirsten from The Sweet Swiper
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 Kirsten is an amazing baker!
I have tried several of her recipes and they  have been
a hit with my family and friends.
Her blog documents all that goes down in her kitchen!

Monday, April 30 – Shari from Turnstyle Vogue Design & Styling

Shari has the gift of creating furniture and projects that are “outside the box”.
Her furniture re-do’s  are beautiful and her crafts are unique!
She has an “earthy” style and is a no-nonsense kind of gal!
You won’t see any bows or frills – just gorgeous down-to-earth talent.

 Wednesday, May 2 – Andrea from The Cottage Market

Andrea’s blog is just “plain ol’ eye candy”!
I can never get enough of the colors!
She is an amazing blogger with a heart of gold.
This woman can take a stick and make it beautiful.
Andrea also has 1 and 2 Etsy shops.

 Thursday, May 3 – Tracie from Project Queen

Tracie is my sweet step-daughter who I adore.  She shares her recipes
and projects at Project Queen every other Thursday.
She is a busy Mom of 4 boys (yes, my adorable grandsons).  Tracie shares
what works and doesn’t work with all those boys in a crazy household!

Friday, May 4 – Emily from 52 Mantels

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Emily can decorate a mantel like no other…. the colors that she incorporates
into her projects have a WOW factor that will brighten anyone’s day.
She is married to a hunky man and has an adorable little girl.
She also hosts a great party on Thursdays!

I’m blessed and honored to have these ladies sharing on Project Queen during the next few weeks.
I hope that you make them feel welcomed during my absence and send
lots of COMMENTS their way!!!

We all love comments!!!

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