It's time to bring the talent of select participants from last week's party into sharper focus.
I've used vintage doilies in various creative ways for years, but I've never thought to use one as a shawl.
Amazing how romantic the look is, isn't it?
We have Robyn @ the pink peony of Le Jardin to thank for this lovely idea.
I lived at the beach for many years.
And during that time, I don't think I ever saw a coastal tablescape I liked any better than this one, created by Gail @ Victorian at Heart.
How many different uses could you come up with for a vintage beauty like this?
We'll just have to wait and see what Melanie @ THE frosted GARDNER has up her sleeve for hers.
What woman doesn't love jewelry?
I know I do; and I've grown quite fond of the gorgeous works of art created by reworking vintage bits and pieces.
These beauties are the handiwork of Betsy @ My Salvaged Treasures.
If all creepy crawlies were as cute as this one, created by Taylor-Ann @ My Modish Mood, I probably wouldn't mind them nearly as much!
Do you think this fun scarecrow would keep the birds away or invite them to stay?
That's the question I posed to La Vie Quotiedienne.
Who says pumpkins need to be orange? Not me!
And not My Crafty Moments.
What do you do when you don't have time to carve your pumpkins?
You find a unique way to dress them–like Noreen @ The Idea Attic did.
We all have things that seem to lift our spirits when we see them.
For Terry @ Antique Attic, it's this vignette of vintage goodies she created around a picture of her parents on their wedding day.
As always, great job, Time Travelers!