Wednesday, February 18, 2015

~Create, Cook and Garden and Simple & Sweet Fridays #155~

I love creating new projects.
We saw this idea using scrapbook paper to make a lampshade.
All you need is a wine glass, scissors, double sided tape, 
scrapbook paper, template and LED tea light.
We found the idea from Good Housekeeping.
I have lots of craft paper and found
 this romantic paper for the project.
You can make a romantic setting, 
just by using paper and a wine glass. 
I had some pretty rose scrapbook paper.
Another idea for a charming tablescape.
Carly made some rosemary focaccia last night 
from a recipe she found online.
It was a delicious!
Stan and I just got back from a road trip in the Pacific Northwest.
We found lots of wonderful shops in
Aberdeen, Quinault, Seabrook, Lake Townsend, Whidbey Island, Mt. Vernon and Seattle.
I'll share photos of the trip next week.
Can't wait to go back,
it was just BEAUTIFUL!!
I wanted to share photos of our garden this week.
~Sunset in San Diego~


Hope you all had a wonderful Valentine's Day!
Looking forward to more inspiring ideas this week!





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22 comments:

  1. What a nice surprise to see my red velvet donuts featured here! Thanks, Jody!

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  2. What lovely pictures and such a great idea for a tealight with 'lamp' shade. Thanks Jody for Simple and Sweet Friday 155.
    Joy

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  3. Carly's focaccia looks delicious! What charming little lampshades, and your garden is blooming with spring! Thanks for hosting, and wishing you a lovely Thursday!

    Poppy

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  4. This lampshade is AWESOME !!
    Such a cute idea :)
    Thank you for hosting another party, and I wish you a relaxing weekend

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  5. Thanks for hosting and so glad that you had a terrific trip and found lots of treasures.
    Beautiful photos.
    Mary

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  6. Wow, I love the lampshades. What a great idea.
    Hugs from here

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  7. I love that area of Washington! You will have to go back sometime in April for the Tulip Festival...you would love it. Thanks for hosting!

    ~Trisha

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  8. What a great little, easy project you found.....I can't wait to try a version of this and I will share your post! Thanks for hosting the party!
    JP

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  9. So thrilled to be featured. Thank you so much Jody.
    Mary @ Orphans With Makeup

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  10. I love this idea Jody! and I love that you shared it. I wish I would have been there for dinner and then the trip though :) I here the shopping up there is amazing!
    Beautiful photos as always my dear!
    hugs...

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  11. I love the little tea light lampshade! So pretty! The garden looks lovely. I live in WA state and two summers ago we rented a cottage at Seabrook. The cottages are so sweet. Sounds like you had a lovely trip. xo Karen

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  12. I love the lampshade idea, just adorable! Great features. Your trip sounds delicious and I will look forward to your photos. Thank you for hosting.

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  13. Oh, what great features this week! Thanks so much for "pointing these out" to us, and for a great party! ~Zuni

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  14. I love the "lampshade" idea. What a neat project to do with stuff you already have!
    Lori

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  15. Thank you so much for featuring our Printables, what an honor, and thank you for the Link Party, it is the best!

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  16. I love the lampshade!! so creative and so simple!!!

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  17. The lampshades are a fantastic idea! What a pretty table setting!!! Love it. And - yummy focaccia!!! Great!
    Thank you for inspiring me
    and all my best from Austria
    Elisabeth

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  18. I always enjoy your party. What a lovely surprise to see my post featured. Thank you. I LOVE this wine glass lamp! I invite you to share at the Thursday hop ( you can link uo through Sat midnight) xo

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  19. I so love your beautiful garden. How lovely the little tea lights are,so special to put one next to each place setting. I love focaccia. MMMM nice to have a daughter at home to make it too. x

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  20. Jody!
    OMGosh!?
    You were up here?
    How did I miss this!
    It sounds like you hit all of the hot spots for boutiques and artful shopping!
    I cannot wait to see your photos!
    I LOVE the wineglass lampshade!
    Thank you for your thoughts and prayers while Mr D was so sick!
    ~Lynne
    w/L.

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  21. L'idée de la lampe est géniale!!!
    Beau dimanche

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