Joie de vivre!!!Â
Wow, you ladies areÂ a talented bunch.Â
Every single upload was some piece of inspiration, it was hard to narrow it down!Â
Â I found some fabulous new blogs to follow.
Thank you to everyone who uploaded, you are all very talented.Â
Check out these “femmes fantastiques”
This amazing makeover from VivienneÂ (isn’t that the best French girl name?),
was by far the most original.Â I am awe struck.Â Â Â
This clever girl used Cowhide!Â to makeover the fronts of these drawers.Â
You have to see her link to see the before, someone did a sponging extravaganza, what an amazing Redoux!
This was a truly original idea from Maple and Magnolia
This was a church pew that this clever lady found. It is over 100 years old and was made by Monks in Quebec.Â Oh my, it even has fleur de lys detail!!!!Â
She is so very creative, you need to check all around her blog to see the amazing things she has done.Â
I love thisÂ girl, and we have never met, one of these days, I am flying myself to Birmingham to meet her!
Aside from all the things she is busy restoring, she has completely made over her bathroom.Â The sink skirt was made with a drop cloth and burlap. That is such a fantastic use of inexpensive materials.Â You go Kelli!
This dresser went through quite a transformation, and a whole lot of love.Â
The quarterfoilÂ design is really beautiful, and oh soÂ “au courant”.Â
Check her out to see how much she put into this amazing Redoux.
I am loving the trend in Ruffles.Â
I need to polish up my sewing skills, there are so many good ideas out there.Â
She used Ikea panels and leftover drop cloth!Â
She is in love with Grey, and I am too, it is the new black.
Â I am eager to try some myself.
Â Here is her version of elegant:
Merci, Merci, Merci to all who participated.
Hopefully, we will do this again next week!Â
Stay tuned, Friday at Redoux upload party coming soon!