‘Twas already last month when I was invited to join in on a little springtime project linkup with bloggers Lana, Roeshel, and Kim. My contribution was in the form of peachy bow candlesticks, decor that has served us well in the last month.
It was during that project that we challenged the rest of you to share your own projects with us (participant links can be seen at the bottom of this post). If you still want to share your project (or if you’ve done another great one since), feel free to submit your hearts out, because I’m leaving the system open for entries for another few days.
And while you’re browsing the interwebs today, check out the other participating blogger’s projects too:
Lana from Making A House A Home built an adorable wooden reading nook for her son, following in her own way the trend of making child-sized teepees and tents (plus, these days I fall for anything in a bright yellow, so her color pick was a nice one, and the day I see a banana pillow like hers, I’m buying up the whole bunch, or maybe just a pear. Har, I’m full of fruit humor this morning).
Roeshel from DIY Show Off decorated a pretty glass terrarium with selected greenery to add a springtime touch to her home (bonus: there’s a bird on it). I shall buy us some new springtime plants one day very soon.
Kim from Design Thoughts took on a project I could totally see myself doing too: upgrading a light wood cabinet/bar in her home with paint. Just another friendly reminder that a few coats of paint can make a world of a difference to a classic piece of furniture (and not only did I dig the shape of the cabinet she chose–so clean-lined and classy–I practically ran out and bought myself some of that dark gray paint that she chose for the exterior).