In my first months of blogging, I am so thrilled to have several projects featured at some really terrific blogs. These are blogs that we’ve been reading for a long time and taking inspiration from, so it’s quite the honor to have our projects featured there.
DIY and craft bloggers are some of the most supportive people around. They have a willingness to share their talents and showcase the talents of others. That’s a rare thing indeed.
Knock Off Decor featured my Pottery Barn Knockoff Mercury Glass Easter Eggs.
If you drool over the home decor catalogs like we do, you must check out Knock Off Decor. There’s a wealth of tutorials that will teach you how to furnish your home in catalog style, but without the catalog price tag. We also recommend Beckie’s other blogs, Infarrantly Creative, where you’ll find tons of creative craft projects, and Roadkill Rescue, which is full of trash to treasures transformations.
Uncommon Designs also featured my Mercury Glass Easter Eggs, along with lots of other great decorated egg ideas! (Hurry up and check out the link; you still have a few days before Easter to craft up one of these awesome projects. I’m really loving the paper-punched eggs from Alderberry Hill and the adorable bunny butt eggs from I Gotta Create.) They also featured my Family Bucket List, which was such a fun project to make.
Trish and Bonnie at Uncommon Designs are such an inspiration. They make the most gorgeous and accessible projects. My Pinterest boards are full of pins from their site.
Ginger Snap Crafts also featured my Family Bucket List in a roundup of things she’d like to get for Mother’s Day. That is high praise, indeed!
I’m in awe of how Ginger does what she does with five kids. That probably explains why she has so many great kid-themed crafts — everything from lunch boxes to teacher gifts to adorable things for the little ones to wear. Ginger also has lots of great printable and vinyl projects. And I think her Pinspired Rewired Linky party is brilliant. Cannot wait to create something and link up, and this month’s theme is washi tape!
Thanks, ladies, for featuring Atta Girl Says. You made my day, my week, my month and have given me the motivation to keep on crafting and creating.