With all the holiday goings on, just a quick post with inspiration & shout outs! We hope you all had a lovely Christmas holiday & wish you the best for this coming New Year! Thanks for taking the time in your busy schedules to link-up & share what you made over the holidays. We look forward to seeing all your creativity, recipes & crafting ideas in the new year! So lets see who is in the spotlight & get onto the link-up!
In the SpotLight
Mindy shared this creative way to transform a glass block into a Christmas Glass Block. This idea also got my mind thinking how easy it would be to fill it with other seasonal things. hearts for Valentines, something for baby showers….You get the idea. This entry was shared by Mindy of MyLove2Create Mindy is passionate about creating things especially on a small budget. DIY, thrift shopping, and re-purposing things are right up her alley.
What I love about this is the scrappy wreath is made with paper, so it would be such a versatile tutorial to switch up for an event such as a baby shower. Not to mention how cute it looks for a holiday wreath! I will have to make one for next year & you might like to also! Kelly is a mom to three boys & on a daily adventure. She shares about making her home healthy & happy at Eyes On The Source
Every now & then there is an occasion like New Years where the sparkle is necessary. This is a great idea on how to give a pair of plain black pumps that bling you might just be looking for! This entry was from Javeriya of BelieveInspire She is a student who loves diy and crafting. Fashion designing & equestrianism are her hobbies. Blogging can be fitted somewhere in between her hectic life and graduating with a pharmacy degree!
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