Thursday, December 16, 2010

Talented Time Travelers in Focus #22

Ready to revisit some of the fantastic projects from last week's party?
Here we go!

It's always so much fun to have new partygoers link up.  It gives me the opportunity to meet bloggers I didn't know existed and be exposed to their creative ideas.  

Home Hinges is one such new-to-me party participant—actually participants, since theirs is a family affair.

There are five sisters in the group—that should sound familiar—and the eldest—same here—is named April—my birth month.

April linked up two totally terrific turquoise projects...

a redo of her grandmother's mirror and...

"smirking, sassy swine strutting her stuff" that April painted herself.

Not to be outshined by her big sister April, Brooke @ Home Hinges shared the winsome winter wonderland she created.

Maybe next week Catherine, Paula, and Squash—the other three sisters—will decide to join the party fun, as well!  ; )

Sweet Jenn @ Five and a High Chair—whom I've actually had the privilege of meeting in person—created this fabulous photo display from some nifty fun components.

Go visit her to get all the details.

Vintage, shades of white, and Christmas—a winning combination to me!

Cheryl @ Zany Mayd decorated her home with all three.

Are you  hurriedly looking around for some cute, but simple holiday decorating ideas—like me—and are quickly running out of time—like me?

Megan @ Homemade Ginger has the perfect solution with this simple, but sweet door wreath.

I've seen the rolled-paper wreaths all over the blogosphere, but not a rolled-paper Christmas tree...

that is until Tammy @ Type A Decorating linked her project up to the party last week.

Too cute!

Jeanne @ Bees Knees Bungalow borrowed the idea for a wordy wall over the mantel from a showhouse she visited.

Keep on borrowin' those creative ideas Jeanne—and sharing them with us!

Here's another super cute, quick and simple wreath idea from Meg @ Momma Meg's.

This would make a fun project for the kids, too.

This is the time of year when sweet treats are plentiful.

Malia @ Yesterday on Tuesday shared a recipe for these scrumptious looking minty chocolate chip cookies.

How did she know I've been craving chocolate?!!!

Thanks to each and every time traveler who joined the fun last week.

I can't wait to see what creative ideas you link to the next Time Travel Thursday party!


  1. Liz, Wow! Thanks for the feature!
    I humbly say "I'm not worthy!"

    Today on the blog..some poor soul googled
    'is my paper too wordy' and got my BKB.
    I guess it was a sign! lol.
    Thanks much!
    xoxo Jeanne.

  2. thanks so much for sharing my Tree!!! so exciting!

  3. thanks for sharing and liking my Trees!

  4. So glad I got to link up last week! Thanks for your sweet comments.
    Happy Holidays! :)

  5. Beautiful and cute!!!
    Have a nice weekend.

  6. Thanks for the cute ideas and I won't get rid of the skates or the sled and yes, everything is from this year except for the tree upstairs. I am trying to simplify slowly.

  7. Happy Holidays to you and your loved ones...

  8. I adore the pig art!!

    Joyeaux Noel!

    I have a new giveaway from My Sparrow, do come and enter!

    Art by KarenaI

  9. Wow, thanks for featuring us. I have to say, April and Brooke are the creative geniuses, the rest of us mere mortals are just trying to keep up!

  10. Thanks so much for featuring my wreath! Love all of these cute ideas!


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