Link Party #26 Highlights – “Turning the Daunting Into the Do-able”

Hello readers and blogging friends!

I’m so excited to show you the fabulous projects that were shared at Project Queen’s – “Turning the Daunting Into the Do-able” #26 Link Party!  I had something that was very DAUNTING to me that I wanted to make and with a little help from my hubby and my son-in-law, I was able to get the job done…. I’ll be posting it later this week!

My blogging friend, Karen from Redoux,  had the honor of having her Wood Pallet Planter featured in Country Living Magazine!

I can understand why.
Congratulations Karen!

 Julie from Knot all That I Seam put together this wonderful Turquoise Framed Photo Canvas.

She has an easy to follow tutorial.
Great impact and very easy to  make.

 Christina from I Gotta Create put together this adorable Bunny Bean Peat Pot Baskets.

These pots make me smile every time I look at them :-).
Christina is a very talented blogger and I’m happy to call her my “oldest blogging friend!”

Kristin at Grateful Belly whipped up this fun and festive White Chocolate Easter Popcorn.


 I love what Christine from First Home Love Life did with her laundry room floor.

Have you ever seen subway art on a laundry room floor?

 Erin from Salvaged Whimsy made this beautiful Spring Wreath.

Guess what she made this with?
Dyed coffee filters!
Isn’t it beautiful?

Winnie from Winnish shared her recipe for Rocky Road Brownies.

These look delicious!

Jen from Fishsticks and Tiddlywinks gussied up her garage door.

This is THE BEST idea!!!
Somehow all those finger prints wouldn’t look so bad with these lovely words on the door!
Don’t you agree?

Meredith from Meredith and the New Yorkie painted her interior door a lovely shade of pink.

What a difference this makes!
Head over to her blog to see the “before” picture.

 Diane from In My Own Style shared a great tutorial on how to make a Ribbon Key Tassel.

Love these colors together.

Kimberly from The Brown Eyes Have It shows us how to make this delicious Rainbow Spring Dessert.

Perfect for an Easter dessert.

 Lori from The Stonybrook House showed us how easy it is to add a damask stencil to this 3 drawer Ikea chest.

Definitely makes a statement.
Love the color that she chose.
Tangerine Tango?

So there you have it… some great projects to inspire you!
I know I’m inspired.
Now I just need a little more time in the day.

If you were featured, I would really appreciate it if  you would copy and paste a
feature button to your blog so others can join in on the party.

Ready for Link Party #27?

If you’d like to show us one of your projects, we’d all love to see it!


See you at the party!!!