Making Monday Marvelous #113

Making Monday Marvelous
1. I absolutely love the makeover this rocking horse received from A Rosie sweet home! You have to go and see a close up of the mane…
rocking horse makeover

2. I love the walkway update paint speckled pawprints did in their front yard. I bet it’s a lot easier to mow and red and green contrast is fun!
DIY sidewalk makeover3. My girlish whims created a fun necklace out of lots of random chains! The original was $165!
How to Make a Chain Necklace


4.The crafty scientist’s interchangeable wreath is pretty genius! One wreath, tons of looks! Love this.
Interchangeable wreath
5. Speaking of wreaths, check out this 4th of July crafty masterpiece made by thriving home. She used felt, pins, and a foam wreath!
4th of july wreath
6. I did a round up post of 59 hand and foot print art projects for kids. This kingfisher from Red Ted Art must be added to the list. It’s so cute!
handprint art project for kids
7. One more wreath! The late young family used an embroidery hoop to make a super skinny wreath for the front door! It turned out great!!
embroidery hoop wreath
* I started a pin board that I will pin all of the ideas featured on M.M.M.! (Thank you, Allison, for the idea!) Check out the pin board here!
Grab some fancy new bling if you were featured this week! (see new buttons here)

 

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Now it is time to link up your marvelously crafty projects, recipes, and DIY’s… Be sure to check back next week to see if you were featured!



Comments

  1. Thanks for featuring my necklace!

  2. Thanks for hosting!!! XO, Aimee

  3. Thank you so much for hosting!! Have a great week :)

  4. Love those chain necklaces! Thank you so much for hosting and have a wonderful 4th!

  5. Hello! Thanks for another link party. Freezing Beans (# 159 ) are easy to do beforehand and freeze for later use. I have a tutorial on how to do this and how to avoid BPA that are in most canned foods. Plus, beans are cheap! Hope you enjoy!
    Rebekah-www.potholesandpantyhose.com

  6. Thanks for hosting!

  7. Hi Jamie,

    Thanks for hosting!

    Have a great fourth,
    Laura

  8. Thank you for hosting us!

  9. Thanks for the party! Enjoy your week!

  10. Thank you so much for featuring my walkway today, Jamie! Hope you have a wonderful week!

  11. I featured the Crafty Scientist’s wreath this week, too! Good choice ;). Thanks for hosting.

  12. Thanks so much for hosting Jamie! Hope you had a great weekend!

  13. Thanks for hosting! Have a great holiday! :-)

  14. Thank you SOOOOOO much for the feature! I love all the gorgeous crafts featured this week – I totally want to make some more fun wreaths now! (P.S. Love the pics of you and Andy at the bird’s nest – so fun!!!)

    -Mel the Crafty Scientist

  15. Thank you so much for hosting. I hope you have a great 4th of July week ahead of you!

  16. Yay! Thanks for featuring my embroidery hoop wreath, Jamie! I shared it on my Facebook page. :D Can’t wait to link up more projects in the future!

  17. Thanks for hosting. This is my first time to link up.

  18. Thanks for hosting lovely lady! Great features, loving that rocking horse!
    Have a great week!
    Barbara @ Chase the Star

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