Welcome to Saturday Sparks 27!
Another week, another fun party! I was so inspired going through all the wonderful links from last weeks party. Your creative ideas never cease to amaze me!
Now, onto the fabulous features from Saturday Sparks 26.
Cottage from Shabby Story. Lynn and her husband built this charming Garden Shed using recycled materials and a keen imagination. The zinc roof, leaded windows and trim details give this sweet building a vintage shabby feel that just draws you in and says 'Welcome'.
Show Off - Peeking Thru The Sunflowers from A Stroll Thru Life. Continuing with her Show Off & Inspire Series, Marty features Des's lovely blog - Peeking Thru The Sunflowers. Des shares the adventures of restoring their 1870 former schoolhouse into a beautiful home.Vintage Waterfall Table from The North End Loft. Laurel's yard sale find is given a fresh new look with homemade chalk paint and some gentle distressing. Loving the soft hues she chose for this pretty little side table.
Craft Closet Make Over from The Vintage Farmhouse. Nicki decided the time had come to organize her craft closet. She managed to create a lovely and functional space with a fresh coat of paint, some wallpaper and a mix of containers.
Cursive Handwriting Printables from Kleinworth & Co. - Did you know that most schools do not teach cursive writing anymore? I was made aware of this by a retired teacher and so, I was more than happy to see this post from Gina. She has created some Cursive Handwriting Printable Practice Sheets for you to download and share.
Crunchy Panko Crusted Cod from My Sweet Mission. Heather shares this delicious recipe for fish fillets. She says her "simple steps will ensure your fish will turn out tender in the center and crispy on the outside". Sounds like a win-win to me!
Factory Cart Coffee Table. My husband may have questioned my sanity when I dragged home an old dilapidated mill cart, but he supported my vision and helped me to transform the old gal into a unique coffee table for our family room.
Thanks to everyone for linking up to last weeks party.
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Now, onto the party!
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I will post features next week to Pieced Pastimes, Facebook and Pinterest.
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