As always, I enjoyed visiting so many of you and sharing in what inspires you the most, along with seeing so creativity and originality. Ya’ll are awesome.

You can expect to see my brand new site design next week at the latest. I’m excited to be wrapping up this project, who knew a web design would be so much more involved than hiring a designer. This process has been full of twists and turns, learning curves on my end, and a journey of self-discovery.

Okay… let’s get to showing off some of the projects from last weeks Hop.

Check out this charming bird planter from Marie at Interior Frugalista. She is one talented lady equipped with power saws and an unfathomable amount of creative genius. Her blog is a treasure chest for all DIY’ers.

DIY Bird Feeder that is full of charm from Marie at Interior Frugalista

Robin from Redo It Yourself Inspirations shared these beautiful French Country chairs with us.

I love the fabric choice and the wood planked backdrop she used to show off her project.

French country DIY painted and upholstered dining chairs Featured Redo it Yourself Inspirations on Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop

Sheila from My Kentucky Living took a step outside of her traditional decor style by incorporating a bit of Modern French country touches in her dining area.
I’m a fan!

Featured highlight- Modern French country centerpiece from My Kentucky Living. Shared with Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop 231

Are you in need of some inspiration for your front door? Sara from Twelve on Main shared a list of minimalist styled spring door ideas, along with her five minute front door refresh.
Loving the simplicity!

Featured highlight- Quick and Easy Spring Front Door ideas from Twelve on Main shared with Thursday Favorite Things

And now, I’m slipping in another cool DIY project from Julie at Live From Julies House. She made this headboard and installed some cool industrial style reading lights. Love the nod to the nautical style bedding.
Wow! So cool! Right?

Featuring a DIY Pallet Headboard idea with reading lamps on Thursday Favorites. This project is from Live From Julies House blog. So cool!

And now it’s Wild Card feature time...

This week it’s a beautiful gluten and dairy free cake recipe from Laura at Joy Food Sunshine. 

Seriously, is this not one of the prettiest cakes that you have ever seen?
P.S. Thank you, Laura. I’m a Celiac and will be trying this recipe out sans the cream cheese icing.
Featured: This beautiful gluten free carrot cake recipe was shared with us by Laura, Joy Food sunshine at Thursday Favorite Things blog Hop.

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    1. You are welcome, Robin. Features are a good way to perk up everyone’s week. Your projects are always so well done.

  1. Beautifully inspiring features! Thank you for hosting this party Olivia! Have a great week!
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