" " " " Singing With Birds: Warbling Wednesday

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Warbling Wednesday


Singing With Birds was created to, "sing about all the good things in life."  Each Wednesday I spotlight some of the highlights I see from all of you.  If your project is featured, please help yourself to a button on my sidebar.


Searching for Pergola Plans we landed on Ana White Homemaker.  We are astounded at the detailed free plans provided here.  My guy printed off the 18 page plan, Weatherly Pergola a Pottery Barn knock off project that will save us big bucks and it looks great too.  Thanks Ana!


Another PBK knock off book rack, Red @That Red Headed Stepchild is a lucky woman to be married to a man with some serious woodworking skills. After checking out Ana White’s plans and making a few modifications of his own, hubs set to work and created this beauty! I love how the books face forward so little ones can actually see the covers and know what they’re grabbing. I also think it makes for a more attractive display to see all the bright cover art instead of the book spines.


I'm loving what Lindy @ Cottage Hill created for her vintage frames.  Ballard Bird Knock-offs are fresh and fabulous and you'll appreciate her printable patterns.


Father's Day is coming!  Ms @ Ms Not So Perfect created a gift that will put a smile on Mr Not So Perfect's face for years to come.  Her Dollar Store Personalized Paper Weight requires a favorite picture and just a few minutes to make a terrific gift.


Adoring these little white pots, so fun and fresh?  Liz @ Liz Marie Blog shares Lovely Painted Mason Jars that will brighten any room or decor.


If you visit each Wednesday you know there is always a yummy dessert to sing about.  Guest blogger Heather from Sprinkle Bakes came up with the prettiest Key Lime Swirl Cheesecake Bars.  You will find these yummies @ Confessions of a Cookbook Queen.  It's well worth the trip!

Have an inspired week all!


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8 comments :

  1. Wow!! Some great projects featured. I would love to try those bars.

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  2. Thanks so much for featuring my bookrack! I can't wait for our next woodworking adventure, this one turned out so well! Good luck with your pergola, can't wait to see it!

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  3. Oh my. It is mind-boggling how many talented people are out there. I appreciate their talents and inspiration.

    Those bars are so pretty. Wouldn't they be perfect for St. Patrick's Day?

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  4. As always, awesome features!!! I think the birds framed are my faves:)

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  5. What a lot of great information - thank you!

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  6. First off, may I just say your blog is SUCH a breath of spring. Just beautiful. Your sweet and upbeat attitude just makes my heart sing every time I stop by. Thank you for that! :))

    I love all the things you are highlighting. I would LOVE to have a pergola and this one looks wonderful. What kind of wood will your hubs be using? And, the plans are FREE? AWESOME
    Thanks so much for sharing this info.

    Have a beautiful day....
    xoxo bj

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  7. I am a follower and just signed up to have you in my email inbox. :))

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  8. What a mouth watering dessert, eh! Love its color too. The wall frame with bird as a design is simply amazing as well.:)

    Cheers,
    Cathy@cheap digitizing

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Thanks so much for leaving a comment. I read each and every one and they make me sing! renée

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