What happens if you don’t want to know the sex of your baby? You do something awesome like this, that’s what you do! Check out the post over at Design Sponge.
Good day, crafters! I am still reeling from the fantastic time I had last night with my crafting buddies. Love, love, love getting together and gabbing and crafting. I will be posting pics soon!
In other news: Play kitchens have floated around the blogosphere like candy waiting to be gobbled up..by me…nom, nom, nom
Rachel from Vintage Songbird came up with this rad before-and-after.
I woke up this morning all excited to check out Design Sponge’s before-and-afters. We just put an offer on our first house, which is way out-dated and we spent a few hours sitting at Java Jungle drawing the layout and deciding what we would work on first. It was great fun seeing as Eric and I both love to brainstorm. So, I was looking for some inspiration. But instead, I found this great transformation from a nasty ol’ side table to a vintage play kitchen. Play kitchens are all over the web, but this one is especially unique due to its vintage accessories. The salt and pepper shakers are just precious. So precious, in fact, that I might not want to let the kiddos trash them. To each her own . If you want a commercial version that is pretty retro looking, and fairly inexpensive, Target now carries a brand of wooden toys, that are pretty darn cute. Check the one above out.