Tuesday's Treasures #113

~Hi Friends~

Hope your week is off to a great start!  We are back to school and let me tell you, the boys were not happy about it AT ALL.  Christmas break will be here soon enough or shall I say too soon.  The projects linked up last week are super amazing, I came across some new fabulous blogs as well.  Take a look!

You have to see the before to really appreciate the after at Bullfrogs and Bulldogs.  I think we all had some of these at one point, this is when I say why did I get rid of mine???

Simplicity In The South shares her boxwood wreath tutorial with us, I’m thinking I need to redo mine from a few years ago!

How to make a boxwood wreath.

The Crawford Clan finished the gallery wall in the nursery, it is just beautiful!

De Jong Dream House gives us a tour of her fabulous walk in pantry, she needs to give ours a makeover.

You know I’m a fan of the nested herb crates as I have them in our kitchen, check out how Junkin’ Junky made them herself!

Nested herb crates diy at www.junkinjunky.blogspot.com

Swede Dreams had me at oreo, I can’t wait to try these!

Dixie Delights did it again with her holiday monogramed canvas art!

November 2012 254 copy

How adorable is this book page garland from What Meegan Makes!

Loving the stripes over at Homey Home Design’s bathroom ceiling!

Can’t wait to see what you have to link up the week!

Please do not add links that promote giveaways or something you are trying to sell. Link up projects, something you have made, a craft a yummy recipe or inspiration you think others will enjoy.

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Please play fair and link back in some fashion. Hint Hint….I only feature those that have a link back…

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45 thoughts on “Tuesday's Treasures #113

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  4. Thank you so much for featuring my boxwood wreath tutorial! I just changed over to WordPress lastnight, so it is messing up the link, but I will get it fixed today. I’m loving all the other features as well!

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  8. Thanks so much for the feature this week. I am really excited!! I am truly honored to be among so many talented people. And to be acknowledged by you. I am so honored.

  9. Beautiful features! I would love to make a boxwood wreath and will check out that tutorial. Oh my goodness….those oreo bars look decadent! I might just have to whip up a batch this weekend. Yummy.

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