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EAD Blog Hop & Giveaway Day!

Monday, Monday...oh yes it is!
Time for another Monday of the 

I'm first up today, so a big welcome!  
Don't forget to start off at EAD Blog and see the beautiful
vinyl that will be given away this week.

Today...home decor.
My very favorite color in all of the whole wide world is 
Yep, I love it.
Any shade...from a dusty blue to a bright turquoise...I love them all!
 My craft room is done primarily (accent wise) in turquoise, pink and green.
I wanted a little 'something' to fill in the space between my sewing machine
and the light above it, so when I saw this Vinyl Wall Art at EAD, I knew
it would work perfectly.

And the best thing?  You can order from a plethora of colors!

Okay, now it's time to hop on over to our June Guest Designer, Donna ...
I know she has something amazing cooked up for us :)

Happy Hopping!


  1. That turned out adorable! Love it!

  2. Love how you used that sentiment in your craft room Shellye!! Looks great!!

  3. Great sentiment and I love how you can pick the color that speaks to you. Yours looks super cute!

  4. Thats really great! Yes.. a great color :)

  5. I love that! And the color is definitely great :)

  6. You found the perfect spot for this Shellye and the colour is fantastic :)

  7. Wow, that looks just perfect!! Would love to see the rest of your room (wink, wink!). Hugs!

  8. Lovely words and great idea!

  9. I love this!!! Great color choice and love your crafty space :)


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