Friday Flair Features and a Silhouette Winner

Wowza… I think I have a bit of a Thanksgiving travel hangover.  We traveled to Colorado to visit our families for the holiday and had a ball, but I’m running a little slow this Monday morning post holiday.  We had fun finding vintage treasures at Great Grandma’s house, playing with cousins, shopping and of course getting into the Christmas spirit with some ice skating at our favorite outside rink The Cube at The Streets at Southglenn in Centennial Colorado.  Here’s a little snap shot of our fun from Instagram…WhipperBerry's Thanksgiving 2012

I was also excited to shop at my favorite little shop in Centennial… Old Glory Antiques.  That’s where I found my baskets for my DIY Cage Pendant Lights a few months ago. I adore that shop! Dropped a little bit of change there for Small Business Saturday!

Now, for a little business before we ooooh and ahhhh over some of the talented entries from Friday Flair for the last two weeks.  Yep, I’m a little behind… (you can always see some of the fabulous posts on my Friday Flair Pinterest board when ever you like.) I have a winner to announce to last week’s Silhouette Portrait giveaway! Congrats goes to Jenny B. entry #1248… Jenny has been emailed so if you are a Jenny B., go check you inbox!!

Who’s ready for our Friday Flair Features? Here’s a few of the fun projects that caught my eye in the last two weeks…

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diy concrete christmas // monster circus

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perfect pie crust tutorial // your homebased mom

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soup can planters // don’t disturb this groove

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artichoke & roasted garlic dip // wonky wonderful

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scrap wood christmas tree // signs by andrea

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advent calendar // papervinez

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chalkboard sign photo props // practically functional

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diy dollhouse bookshelf // simple as that

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fireplace makeover // interiors by kenz

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faux zinc block letters // love, pomegranate house

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easy diy christmas tree // marisa howard design

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soft & chewy organic whole wheat gingersnaps // cardigan way

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christmas printable // my fabuless life

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a magical christmas scene // salt tree

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romantic christmas tree // penny’s vintage home

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hot cocoa // half  baked harvest

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joy ornament wreath sign // the cards we drew

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vintage inspired mail organizer // design dining + diapers

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add stripes with fabric paint // it’s always autumn

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veggie pizza cups // the gunny sack

Don’t forget… you can find more Friday Flair fun on my Pinterest Board dedicated to YOU my fabulous, talented friends!!

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Comments

  1. Jenny B says

    Wow! This has made my day! Thank you so much for your generosity and the wonderful gift! Who knows what I’m make first…maybe a list of what to make is step one!

    PS The Artichoke & Roast Garlic Dip has me drooling!

  2. Althea Barrett says

    Hello, I wanted to let you know that I tried to go to “The Gunny Sack” website from the link that you posted but it doesn’t come up. Would you have any suggestions?

  3. says

    I didn’t know you were a Colorado gal. I have been in CO for 30 years. Just downsized (became an “empty nester”… wooooo hooooo) and moved south to Manitou Springs after living in Parker for 14 years. I used to sell at the Old Glory shows. Love the shop! Fun post… Where did you live here? When? Small world… love your blog!

    • says

      Kathleen-
      How fun!! I grew up in Littleton and my parents still live there so I visit often. We moved away almost 9 years ago and I still miss my home town!
      kisses
      heather

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