Top Projects for 2011

Rhoda is having a Top Projects of 2011 Party and I am joining in with a few of the projects I worked on around the old homestead this year.  There were lots of small ones, but I’m just linking to a few of my faves for this party.

Bedroom becomes home office/craft room/sewing room



Project (from start to finish) can be viewed HERE.

Screened-in Porch goes through a transformation for the 4th of July:



You’ll find the full transformation HERE.

Craft a flag for your patriotic celebrations:



You’ll find the tutorial for building this flag HERE.

You’ll find lots more fab projects over at Southern Hospitality so stop by and check them out!

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  1. Holly Diane says

    you've given me some awesome ideas for my office! Thank you 🙂

  2. Blondie's Journal says

    Your office/craft room is amazing! I am sure you feel inspired every time you go in it! Your porch transformations are always fun! Kudos to you!


  3. Crystal @ Ordinary Days says

    Oh my! That craft room gets me every time!!

  4. Olive Cooper says

    The office is one of my favorite journeys of yours.

  5. So incredible. It seems like such a nice place to live.

  6. Your 'sewcroff' just turned out so beautifully! What an inspiring space!

  7. I love your office,really beautiful.

  8. Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions says

    Yes, your bedroom to office was a great project, Susan! What a transformation of that room.

  9. Debbiedoo's blogging and blabbing says

    You did some awesome transformations Susan! All so fabulous. Your office is amazing now! Happy New year to you and your family!

  10. I absolutely love porches – indoors and out. Where oh where do you store all of your amazing dishes and decorative pieces? Are they all yours or do you get to borrow them from some “kind” shop owners?

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