Mr. Woodsy & I were on a mini stay-cation this past weekend. I attended a Food Blog Forum (because I’m crazy and have a cooking blog too; Katie’s Cucina) at Walt Disney World. While I was at my conference Mr. Woodsy had the chance to attend the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival. He even had the opportunity to listen to a session present by Sabrina Soto from HGTV! Surprisingly, he retained every word she says (I think he secretly has a crush on her, just sayin’). He has been reciting different tips and pointers that she gave during her session since Saturday. Too be honest I’m tired of hearing about the color trends of this year (yes, this man can recite it off without a problem), and Sabrina’s go-to colors with specific color names. But I digress… Sunday afternoon while I was napping Mr. Woodsy was hard at work finishing up our raised garden beds. I have always wanted an actual garden not a container garden like we’ve had for the past 5 years. My wish is finally coming true–now lets all pray I can keep up with it. I’ll be posting about how he created the raised garden bed in the coming week.
Thank you to everyone who linked up. Here are a few of my favorite projects from last week’s link party.
Fabric Covered Dollar Store Baskets from vixenMade
Love these inexpensive baskets! What a genius idea!
Metallic Stenciled Curtains from ReNew ReDo!
Wow, I would have never guessed that these were DIY curtains. They look like they were store bought–what an amazing job!
Ruched Tote Tutorial from Morning By Morning Productions
I love the added detail to a plane-jane tote!
Quick & Easy Burp Cloths from Buttercream and a Sewing Machine
Love this idea and I know these would make such awesome handmade baby shower gifts!
How To Use a Fat Quarter from The Sewing Loft
I love all of these ideas… if you are addicted to buying fat quarters like me you have to go take a look at the project ideas!
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