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So Chic Decor is a blog about Interior design, home decor, art, Photography, fashion, and all things design related. From Color Inspirations to Etsy finds, if you love art and design like me, this is the blog for you!
The restoration of a 1917 Craftsman Bungalow in Portland, Oregon. I’ll also be featuring content about other old homes, in Portland and beyond, as well as links to other things that I find interesting or amusing.
This is the blog of the Artfire's Fiber Arts Guild. We are a collection of people from all around the world, that work with fiber in various ways, from spinning, weaving, felting, sewing, embroidery, quilting, knitting, crocheting, dying... and much more.
#handmade#art and crafts#handmade jewelry#fiber arts#artfire
We are a group of more than 3,400 women across the USA selling new, used and handmade items. We do Product Reviews, host Giveaways and list Daily Deals. Visit today to find a bargain.
I also do Blogger To Wordpress Transfers contact me if interested!
MDN Creates was started from the ground up, and the products are homemade scrapbooking pages, homemade scrapbooks, journals, and cards. I am also a freelancer writer through this business, and an occasional secretary. The blogs also shows my work.
A blog about Jason and Laura- we are a newlywed couple living in Augusta, GA. Jason is in his 2nd year of Physical Therapy school and I am a Marketing Professional at a local staffing company.
We love cooking, home projects, fun with friends, and Jesus!
Adithis Amma Sews is Cute Confessions of a Sew Addict. I share Design, Sewing and pattern making expeditions of self with emphasis on Indian Outfits and loads of Tutorials already on board, with most popular being Patiala Salwar, Patternless Skirt etc.,
WhisperWood Cottage features an eclectic cottage style that involves a traditional aesthetic, industrial touches, coastal and natural influences, junk-inspired projects, antique and vintage decor, thrifty finds, and a do-it-yourself attitude.
Everyday is a new adventure at Greenacre...there is always something new to be tried and done and decorated and fixed and cleaned and cooked and baked and crafted and customized and sewed and fixed and painted and moved and re-designed..and whatever it is