Made by you Monday {wrap up}

    Posted by  ·  February 26, 2012

    Are you looking to make a little something new to spruce up your house?  This time of year has me itching to create a project.  In fact this year I have a goal to make sure each room in my house has a homemade item.  Here are a few fun ideas shared this week by {you}!

    I love this  easy pom pom pillow tutorial  shared by Mommy by Day, Crafter by night.

    Don’t Disturb this groove shared this stunning Felt Dahlia Pillow.  I love it!

    I love this tutorial on how to paint aged frames shared by Crafts by Amanda.

    Here is a great tutorial on how to keep your family organized,  Somewhat Simple shared this great Dry Erase Glass Calendar.

    This hallway bench shared by KrisKraft would be wonderful way to organize your entry.

    Thank you for sharing so many wonderful projects this week and don’t forget to come back tomorrow and link up for another Made by you Monday, who knows maybe next week I will be featuring you!


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    1. Monday, February 27th, 2012
      What lovely inspiring objects. My job once my daughters birthday is over is to create beautiful things for the house - I will definitely be coming back to this! Thanks :-)
    2. Sunday, February 26th, 2012
      What great features! I feel so lucky to have mine up there with all the other great ideas. Thank you!
    3. Sunday, February 26th, 2012
      The pom-pom pillow is cute, but it sure it she wonderful fabric that makes it a standout! I am always looking for such great graphic prints! They unfortunately tend to be difficult to find.
      Thanks for all the inspiration!
      Time to get busy transforming the house from winter to spring!
    4. Sunday, February 26th, 2012
      Hi Cindy! Thank you so much for featuring the pillow I made for my sister! Such a sweet surprise! You have truly made my day...thank-you! : )
    5. Sunday, February 26th, 2012
      Thank you SO much for the feature Cindy! Who knew that making a mistake could turn out to be such a success! I'll be using this method a lot more now and I hope others are able to age frames using this much easier technique. Thanks again! :)