Hey guys! I hope you had a happy and healthy week!
My shoulder is all better now so I was actually able to get some stuff done this week! 😁 Thank you everyone for your concern and well wishes. As bad as it was bothering me I was worried that I had done permanent damage to it, so I’m glad that wasn’t the case. I need to start exercising again so can get limbered up and quit injuring myself every time I turn around 😄
This week I also took part in Thrifty Style Team hosted by Julie over at Redhead Can Decorate! Thrifty Style Team is a group of super-talented ladies who get together once a month to bring you DIY projects and decor inspiration that won’t break the bank!
My contribution to this month’s Thrifty Style Team is how to make an easy sunflower centerpiece using vintage bottles. This is an easy and straightforward way to use vintage bottles to create a centerpiece that packs a lot of punch despite it’s simplicity!
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Link up your DIY projects, decor inspiration, crafts, fashion, jewelry and recipes that show off how you embrace your own personal style!
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Thanks so much for stopping by and and have a wonderful weekend!