Friday, August 19, 2011

Friday Flashback



What a FUN Thrifty Thursday party we had yesterday! SUCH wonderful eye candy....I really could've posted every single link again. LOL
But Here are a few featured participants in case you missed it.
Which incidentally, if you missed it...you REALLY MISSED it!
Soooooo many great contributors!
My thanks to everyone! I hope you will visit yesterday's Thrifty Thursday post for a complete list of contributors.


Marie, over at My Lil Pink Pocket, had this very pretty lima bean wreath:


From Gardners to Bergers featured this great thrifty lamp redo. I love when someone has a vision of something even grander. This was the case!



I am *in love* with this gorgeous bench that Flea Market Lady picked up in Atlanta.
Isn't it incredible????


I LOVE all of these Thrifty deals! Great job this week, y'all!


To those of you who have been featured on Tales from Bloggeritaville's Thrifty Thursday/Flashback Friday, I hope you will take a button as a token of my appreciation.





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...in fact I would be downright flattered if you did.
 
 
Thanks to EVERYONE that linked up to Thrifty Thursday! It's not a party without you!
YOU all inspire me!
 
 

I invite you to come and visit me at my Foodie blog, Plates and Places.
Today I am featuring Leighta Fudd's Apple Cake!!!
Deeeeeeeeeeeeeeee-licious!



 
 
LIVE (fully)*LOVE (much)*LAUGH (allot)
(do this all this weekend....it does the soul a wealth of good!)


Leigh

4 comments:

Becca said...

Hi Leigh, Another feature?! Could it be true? You are turning into my bloggy BFF! Seriously, thank you for the continual support and spotlight for my projects! I feel so, so lucky!

Maya @ Completely Coastal said...

Leigh, your great driftwood mirror is featured here. Seems to be the easiest approach to glue the driftwood on a wide frame. I bet you really enjoy it in your office nook!! Wish I found driftwood where I live, non in coastal RI.

4thelove! said...

love the door!!

Alycia Nichols said...

That mirror is insanely cool!!!! I would never have thought to use lima beans! It's kind of like going back to your first grade roots, but much classier! :-)