Weekending | Four for Friday Features

I’ve got a crazy busy weekend ahead with cleaning and packing for our upcoming trip to California for our son’s wedding.  I’m so excited!

In the meantime,  I wanted to give a shout-out to some of my favorite bloggers.  Three of them used my Vintage Sign Stencils on projects, and one of them did a project that was inspired by one of my projects.  I hope you’ll pay them each a visit, and pin away from their blogs! 🙂

Julie at Love My Simple Home gave a farmhouse makeover to a plain galvanized tray using the Farm Fresh Milk stencil.

It turned out adorable!  Be sure to go visit her and let her know what you think of her tray.

Stencil some farmhouse style on a plain tray in minutes! See how @ Love My Simple Home | http://www.lovemysimplehome.com Diana at Adirondack Girl at Heart embraced all the imperfections and turned a worn out, paint-plattered chair into the most charming farmhouse sign using the Milk and Cream Co. stencil!

Embrace the imperfections! Turn worn out, paint splattered wood into a farmouse sign. See how at Adirondack Girl at Heart | http://adirondackgirlatheart.com Kim at Hunt and Host used the Fresh Flowers stencil to upcycle a wooden cheese crate.

It turned out beautiful and makes great storage for garden gloves and tools!

Think outside the box Add some farmhouse style to an old cheese box with the Fresh Flowers stencil from Knick of Time's Vintage Sign Stencils. See how at Hunt & Host | http://www.huntandhost.net

Susan at Homeroad was inspired by my antique window framed flag that I made a few years ago, and made one of her own.  It’s perfect for July 4th decor!

Turn an old window into a patriotic flag display! Learn how at Homeroad | http://www.homeroad.net

Have a great weekend!

I’ll be back bright and early on Monday morning with a fun project and a cheater DIY tip I think you’ll love!

Vaya con Dios,

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