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Gina from Victorian Wanna Be shares a series of lovely vignettes featuringLily of the Valley for the Month of May. She begins by charming us with her beautiful collection of vintage postcards. From there, we move on to the garden, where we are treated to her stunning photographs of the delicate featured flower with a vintage teacup and even a hankie to match the theme. Pay her a visit to appreciate all of Gina's charming details for yourself!
Did you know that Sarah from Sadie Seasongoods has a yard that is a Certified Wildlife Habitat? She shared several of her wonderfulYard and Garden Upcycling Projectsthat helped her achieve certification. She is always looking for new ways to support her yard's certification. I plan to try a few of her amazing projects, so pop over for a visit. You may want to try a few of her projects too.
It's truly amazing what a coat of paint and a little talent can do. Michelle from Our Crafty Mom proves just that with herMay Furniture Refresh Challenge Elegant Coffee Table.Her father found some roadside rescue and Michelle turned it into a truly elegant piece of furniture. Stop by her blog and check it out!
Sometimes timing is everything. Debra at Shoppe No. 5 spied an old chair with great potential sitting next to a neighbor's garbage cans. It hadn't made it to the curb yet, so she bravely knocked on the door and learned it was hers for the taking. Debra had big plans for thisgloriouslyimperfect chairand they came to fruition beautifully.
Julia from Vintage with Laces is such an inspiration. Her latest creation, Miss Abby Sugarbaker, is so perfect with her rhinestone eyes and smile, and her spoon and whisk arms are so whimsical and fun. She looks like she could whip up a delectable treat at any moment. I love Julia's attention to detail with the little spoon and recipe book tucked inside the apron. You really must pop over and check out all of Julia's fabulous junk creations. I'm sure you'll love them as much as I do.
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