Woohoo! It’s time for the Crush of the Week!!
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We’re starting out with a doozie today – and perfect to whip up for this weekend!
Aimee from It’s Overflowing has a Snazzy Shamrock Shake recipe for us!
This looks so yummy!
Kristina from ReMadeSimple made up these darling Pincushion Flowers!
They are so bright and sunny – and they look so sweet in her little bottle vases!
This bathroom is too pretty! Andrea from Queen Bee and Me has all the instructions for how they added this pretty beadboard front to their tub!
It turned out just gorgeous!
I really need a craft room – so I can hang up a giant “B” and turn it into a thread spool holder like Melissa from Melly Sews made!
This is so creative and colorful!
Talk about bright and Spring-y!! Take a look at this sweet Houndstooth and Flower Wreath from Crystal at Homemaker in Heels! Aren’t those fun felt flowers? (saying fun felt flowers is fun too. Go ahead.)
I’m really impressed with these Pallet Floating Shelves by Kirsten at Paint Speckled Pawprints! She has a great tutorial too – these are totally doable!
And here’s a little cutie to finish off our features – It’s the little Ruffly Shamrock top made by Jaime from Polkadots on Parade!
How sweet is this little smile??
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So – highlights are short this week!!
Cause I’m in VEGAS baby!!
But I’ll leave you with some Weird Searches – cause I love ya. :)
We had someone looking for “in between the toe bracelets“. I think toe rings are uncomfortable – I can’t imagine shoving bracelets between my toes – I’m sure that wouldn’t look odd at all.
Also, someone landed here searching, “where can i get a necklace that says swag on it” – so I don’t know the answer to this – but if you know where I can get one of those – I. Want. One. I could totally pull that off. I think.
Last up – we had a search for “spray painted taxidermy“. Um. Ewwwww. I’m all for trophy art – of the plastic-flamingo-on-a-plaque variety. The real thing – spray painted? Not so much.
Though – have you met Chuck Testa? He’s a favorite around here . . .