Sunday, July 27, 2014

Happiness is Homemade #30

Welcome to my last week of co-hosting at Happiness is Homemade Link Party!!! for July.  What a wonderful experience it has been. I have met so many new friends and all of your projects, DIY, recipes and crafts have been so inspirational and helpful. Thanks to my wonderful hosts and co-hosts for allowing me to share this month with them.

I like forward to seeing all of your new ideas this week. First, let's check out some of last week's links.


Cake Stand the DIY Route by Woods of Bell Trees | How to Purge like a Reformed Hoarder by Coconut Heads
Junk Yard Step Stool Redo by Redo It Yourself Inspirations | U-Pick Farms Tips and Tricks by 40 Eighteen

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Dollar Tree Taco Pans

I am sure you have all seen those taco pans advertised on TV at one time or another.  But wait, if you call right now, you can get a second set for free, only pay the shipping and handling. !!!! Woohoo!
Eclectic Red Barn: Turkey tacos in taco bowls

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Dachshund Love!

It has been some time since I posted about our girl Tiny. In case you missed her story, she is a one year old long-haired English Cream Dachshund. She suffered some neurological issues in February, no one knows what or why. It was touch and go several times, but finally she has been doing better.
Eclectic Red Barn: Tiny getting well

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Happiness is Homemade Link Party

Welcome back to another great week at Happiness is Homemade Link Party!!!

It is week three at Happiness is Homemade and I am excited to be here for another week of inspiration. Each week just seems to get better and better. We hope you will come and share with us again this week. See you at the party!


Pickled Cucumbers with Olive Oil from Ivy, Phyllis and Mel
Getting Rid of Junk from Woods of Bell Tree
Oreo Madness from Mommy on Demand

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Button Ball Tea Cup

I don't know about you, but I love buttons, especially vintage ones. Over the years I had collected quite a few. Anytime I see them, I can't resist. Recently, I found several containers at a yard sale of just white ones. Most of them weren't old, but I love the pearl look of some of them. What to do with them?

I had also purchased 4 Styrofoam balls for 25 cents. I wanted something for my vintage painted White Clad side table that I posted. I created this button ball and put it in a tea cup.
Eclectic Red Barn: Button Ball Tea Cup