So I did consider today's Feature Friday being about projects MOM might want for Mother's Day ... but most of the Mom's I know don't want things made for them.
They want tools to make things for you!!!
So instead, I wanted to dedicated today's Feature Friday to some of the talented ladies I met and was inspired by at SNAP!. Take the word some literally ... there were hundreds of super talented women at SNAP, and I am sad I cannot feature every single one today.
But I think you will love these projects!
PS - Have you seen this month's Country Living Magazine?
image from Country Living
The table plans are here.
Have a great weekend!
What struck me the most about Cassity from Remodelaholic was her poise and intelligence. I know she's super professional and amazing on her blog, but in person, I was blown away by her talent and knowledge. Cassity is one bright lady!
If you haven't already gone through some of her projects, you are in for a real treat. I especially loved these rustic wall storage bins because they are easy to build, sensible for lots of storage items, and who doesn't love anything with numbers?
Brittany ... is just lovely. Inside out. She has such a beautiful spirit. And smart and talented too. Check out this Closet turned Reading Nook - what child wouldn't want?
You probably already know Stacy from Not Just a Housewife. I do, but she's so kind and humble, she introduced herself and said, "you probably have never heard of my blog .... " So modest for how talented she is!
I loved how she made floating shelves from reclaimed wood and used them as drawers! You must check out how she did this. It's awesome! Stacy also has lots more projects.
I've known Amy for a little while now, we've worked on projects together and she's in our book due out this fall too. I was thrilled to finally get to meet her last week!
This cabinet she made for her bathroom holds towels on top, hair tools hidden neatly below.
I met Destiny from A Place for Us for the first time at SNAP! and really wished I had a chance to get to know her better. So of course I surfed over to her blog in between flights to check out her amazing blog. I especially loved this tutorial for creating a mantle and fireplace - even if your home doesn't have one! It's so simple and could really ground your room. BONUS - hang your flat panel above the mantle and hide the cords inside the faux mantle!