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 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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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!!!

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



From G2B 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!

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! :-)