Saturday, January 26, 2013

Weekly Wow's

Happy Saturday, good for you making it through another week. My wow's this week are a bit random just like the weather as been. You may have seen here that I am not the biggest fan of Winter and the jacket- no jacket thing has to change.  Spring like one day, sleet the next. I actually got some poison ivy on my hands and arms while doing some outdoor yard work last weekend. Don't know about you but I thought when a plant is dormant, it's dormant. 
But....not poison ivy, just ask my arms.

Here's a few wow's to get you inspired.

Dimples and Tangles completely transforms her china cabinet into a Green goddess and you will want to see how she created some of the knobs. Amazing!
City Farmhouse shares a "simple" pleated slipcover for her ottoman.
Simplicity in the South  shares a tutorial on how to make this lovely driftwood heart. This is so pretty.
Our Prairie Home Blog shares her daughters "grown up" room and how she created it on a budget. It's a  beautiful transformation.

In case you missed it this week, you can click here for a chance to win a $1000 visa gift card and get a dance lesson while you are there. I hope you enjoy the rest of the weekend. 
See you next week, hopefully I am not still itching!

Grateful for~
The chance to meet up with 2 wonderful friends today, Kim from Savvy Southern Style and Shirley from Housepitality Designs and we are heading to Rhoda's from Southern Hospitality today.
 Should be a great day.

16 comments:

The Cottage Market {Andrea} ♥ said...

Oh SUCH PRETTY PICKS!!!! Oh and the grown up room is so precious...I LOVE IT!!! Thanks again for sharing such lovelies with us my friend! Sending hugs...off to feed the squirrels (they get extra today...it snowed!!! ; )

City Farmhouse said...

Thank you Laura! I love your other picks! Have a great day, Jen

Suzy Handgraaf said...

Great features, Laura. Hope y'all had fun at Rhoda's!

Danni Baird @ Silo Hill Farm said...

Nope..poison ivy oil stays on the vine even after it's dead. Read about a lady who made a basket out of poison ivy vines....YIKES. She didn't know it at the time. Great stuff here and I'm loving that driftwood heart!!

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

That green hutch is yummy. Great wows and we are going to have so much fun!

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

Yikes! So sorry that you've been itching lately! Hope it gets better before the party. It might be hard to hold your drink and scratch at the same time! Enjoyed seeing your features this week.

NanaDiana said...

Some really sweet entries, Laura. I am off to check out those knobs-xo Diana

NanaDiana said...

Laura- The link to Dimples/Tangles goes to a blank page-thought you would want to know- xo Diana

Bliss said...

Always wonderful weekly wows, and that grown up girls room is a fantastic transformation done with such love. The driftwood heart looks like something we would see Karah make.

Bliss

Jennifer @ Dimples and Tangles said...

Thank you so much for featuring my china cabinet, Laura! What an honor to be included with such fantastic projects. That driftwood heart is calling my name!

twelveOeight said...

Fabulous Wow's Laura! I love the green cabinet, have a wonderful weekend :)

xo, Tanya

Laura @ Our Prairie Home said...

Thanks so much for the feature of Eva's room, Laura! And the driftwood heart is fantastic! Now I'm off to check out those gorgeous knobs...

~ Laura

Tiffany said...

That china cabinet is gorgeous! Will definitely be checking that out.

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Loved each one of the "wows"!!...so much talent out there!!

reFresh reStyle said...

I love it all! So much WOW! have a great week :)
Debbie

Peggy said...

I love your blog. And I can get PI just looking at it. There are a couple good remedies out there that might help you--one is Burt's Bees Poison Ivy Soap--I have a stash of it and it gets the oil off your hands and stops the itching. If you have a natural foods store nearby see if they have a Jewelweed salve or astringent; it's nature's antidote to PI; it will soothe your itching and dry it up. Drugstore remedies are Tech-NU and there's a powder called Domboro (the pharmacist will find it for you in the store) that you put in water and then you can soak gauze or a handtowel and put it on the itch. Sorry if I sound too directive, but I got itchy just reading your post LOL.

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