Friday, April 3, 2015

Follow Friday #17: Bunnies, Easter Eggs, Table runners Oh my!

Happy Friday friends! So how was your week? We've had a great week! We got the keys to our new house, so for the next couple of weeks I'll be packing, and getting decorating ideas together for it.
I have a couple of Springtime crafts I've been planning on posting, with a busy weekend last weekend, I'm just about caught up, so look for those this coming week! This weekend, our plans include coloring eggs, and visiting with family! What ever your plans are this weekend, I hope you get to spend them with the ones you love!
I wait all week for this day! Friday Follow's are one of my favorite post, because I hope it helps you to find new and inspiring blogs to follow! Thanks to Pinterest and Instagram their Inspiration gave me so many ideas, with too many being my favorites, that  I would really love to share them all with you. I just don't want to take up all of your time, so here are a couple to spread the love and inspiration!

This week, I wanted to try something a little different, than just share, I want this to be more interactive and fun! For this week, I want to hear from you...I want to know who inspires you.
Here's the plan:
1. Post a comment, tagging an individual (or individuals) who inspired you this past week.
2. Visit and follow at least one of those mentioned. A comment is always nice...:)
3. Spread the love of inspiring others by reposting this photo and asking your friends to do the same as above (kindly provide photo credit to @mscraftberrybush).
Let's see how much love and inspiration we can spread together.

First, I wanted to share these links for you, one I've mentioned before, Pine Cones and Acorns. You don't have to be a child to color easter eggs, and you all know how much I love color, so I couldn't resist posting these gorgeous and vibrant colored eggs.
On her blog, her post is "My Favorite 15 Ways to Decorate Eggs!"


Right now, I am seriously obsessed with all things French, and oh my word, literally,
 at Dreams on 34th Street,  I imagine myself breaking French bread and sipping red wine around a farmhouse table with friends in a charming ville in the French countryside.
I found these 'sweet brioche lapins'

Returning to Follow Friday, the first two blogs, I found both by accident, I honestly wasn't searching for table runners. I am taking it as a sign, since I've wanted to make one for quite awhile.

Cottage & Vine

I am really crushing on this fringed table runner, and botanic prints! If you'd like to make one, here is her tutorial for the Fringed Table Runner! By the way, she also is a treasure trove of inspiration!

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This is a coincidence, I wasn't searching for table runners! Honest, but I came upon Driven by Decor's Macramé Table runner. What drew me to her blog was the transferware plate collection gallery wall! I'm imagining greens, reds, blue, even purple patterned transferware! She also has some fun DIYs!
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The second two are painted furniture projects, that I am swooning over.
via a new friend on IG @The Crowned Goat, she has a Follow Friday post on IG, I found
Canary Street Crafts, and her tutorial for French Graphic Dresser. My sister in law gifted me with two end tables, she was wanting to refresh but gave up, and I know I want to paint them white and DIY some French graphics on them. You can find some fabulous DIYs also on their blog.
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I don't know what I love most about this other, than it is simply stunning. The contrast of the dark and white wood. The milk paint vase/flower arrangement or the quote! For more painting furniture inspiration visit
ferpie and fray

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Wishing you all and your families a Blessed Easter Weekend! Until Next time!
xo Christine



  1. Oh my goodness, those brioche bunnies are the cutest thing ever!

  2. How wonderful to find you again! I will definitely be following your blog!