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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

garden gloves…

today, I have some simple projects.  the first two projects use some cute gloves from the dollar store.
I filled one glove with some flowers, and moss and hung it on the front door.

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and I’m using the gloves as silverware holders on easter this year.  the tiny wood bunny was from at a local garden center.

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and the last project—super fast and easy to do.  I found a couple of cherub plaques for just $3.00, and slapped a coat of paint on them.

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today’s charming blog is nana diana takes a break!
I hope you have a happy easter, and thanks for looking!

sharing with commonground, and shabby art boutique, and what we accomplished

47 comments:

  1. thats loos so great! I'm loving it!

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  2. I love your garden glove decoration.The cherub plaques are adorable.

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  3. Hi Lynn, love your projects. Way wonderful using the garden gloves. I did this for Christmas using mittens or tiny stockings for utensil holders. Love the glove filled with flowers on the door.

    Yes, Diana has a charming blog and so thrilled to see her featured here. Her creativity and posts are simply wonderful.

    Have a very Happy Easter sweet friend.
    Hugs, Celestina Marie

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  4. Great projects, Lynn! I love both ways you've used the gardening gloves. Those are pretty, too. Looks like I need to make a trip to the dollar store!

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  5. OMGosh, Lynn. Thank you- I have been called CRAZY but never charming! lol Your garden glove project is just adorable. I love it and I love you for mentioning me- thanks so much!!!! xo Diana

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  6. Hi Lynn, you've had some of the sweetest Spring projects lately. just love all your wonderful inspiration!!

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  7. aaaahh! The gloves on the door...so sweet.

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  8. Very sweet and cute Easter ideas. The gloves are uber fun. Happy Hopping...

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  9. What a sweet idea for a front door! Love that silverware holder too!Oh that cherub is so sweet.I am really loving those lately! I found a dealer that has the coolest stuff.She has lots of cherubs I have been getting lots of her things.I will have to share my new collection soon!
    xx
    Anne

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  10. Darling ideas! I love the print you chose. So cheery!

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  11. Who knew that garden gloves could look so cute on a door?! And as silverware holders, too. You sure know how to turn anything into a work of art!

    Happy Easter, Lynn!

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  12. Oh Lynn I love these ideas with the garden gloves. How cute for the place setting. Adorable. Love this post. Love the cherubs too. Super cute and pretty.
    Kris

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  13. I love it!!!
    I also love the tiny blue flowers on the gloves.... and I also love your $3.00 treasure. Looks great in white.

    Thank you for sharing such beautiful things.

    Angela

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  14. What a creative use for garden gloves! So cute. And I love the cherub plaques!

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  15. Love it all! Those dollar store gloves are so cute and the plaque is perfect now that it is painted white...darling bunny too.

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  16. I love the idea with the gloves! How cute and creative.

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  17. Your glove projects are so adorable--what pretty gloves. It is amazing what a little paint can do for a cherub plaque!

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  18. So very Spring, and so very pretty!!

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  19. Cute projects! The umbrella is just gorgeous.
    Patti

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  20. You sure know how to make even ordinary little things become something beautiful!
    Liz

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  21. Oh, I love the garden gloves hanging on the front door! Cute ideas!!

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  22. Happy Easter, Lynn!! I love your sweet projects! The gloves are adorable--love how you've changed them from mundane to beautiful!!

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  23. Your garden glove creations are sooo adorable!!! Love the idea of the silverware holder.
    Mary Alice

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  24. I love the garden glove project - it's just charming!

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  25. You are sooo super creative Lynn! I love what you did with those gloves!

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  26. Lynn, those gloves are even cuter than the umbrella!
    Happy Easter to you and yours...

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  27. Lynn, I love the glove ideas-so creative and cute!! :)
    Susan

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  28. I love, love this, it is fantastic!!! Very creative....Have Happy Easter.

    Cynthia

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  29. Love the plates? May I ask what they are? Happy Easter!

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    1. i've had them for years, claudia, but, i'm pretty sure i found them at marshalls, and they were open stock, because i only bought 8 dinner plates and 8 bowls. i checked the plate back for a name or maker but it just has a letter "B", nothing else. not much help, i'm afraid:( have a happy easter!

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  30. I love a simple, good-looking idea! And you've gone and reinvented yourself again! Your blog header is charming. :) I ALWAYS say, "Why didn't I think of that?" when I visit you...
    -Revi

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  31. I love the gloves as silverware holders...Genius!! and the door hanger...Love it!! Happy Easter to you and your family !

    Carol

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  32. Oh my Lynn, the glove on the front door is adorable! But as a silverware holder?!?! GENIUS! Your Easter table will be fantastic I'm sure. Have a happy one!

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  33. Love, love your garden glove ideas. I want to do the glove with the flowers and if I have some gardening friends over for lunch the glove with the added lace and silverware is darling. Thanks for sharing your ideas with people like me!!! Nancy http//:cozythymecottage.blogspot.com/

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  34. well just too too cute ideas with those gloves. reminds me I got some bright green ones last year. hmmm. where did I put those? =)

    blessings
    barb

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  35. You come out with simple yet beautiful ideas...very cute....Happy Easter to you Lynn...love....sujatha...:):)

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  36. Love that garden glove wall hanging! You work wonders with Dollar Deals and junque! Happy Easter.

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  37. Found your lovely blog via my latest Romantic Homes magazine... Now I'm off to read more and get to know you better!
    Blessings, Dixie

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  38. Love what you did with the gardening gloves, Lynn! It's so fun to use items for reasons different than their original purpose!

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  39. So very pretty Lynn! Hope you have a Happy Easter if you celebrate!

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  40. I love how you can take an ordinary object and make it extraordinary Lynn. Simply beautiful!!

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  41. Just popping back to let you know Lynn that I'm featuring this post at Shabbilicious Friday tomorrow.

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  42. Such cute ideas for garden gloves! I especially like the rose filled gloves on the door. So pretty :) I'd love it if you would share this at "What We Accomplished Wednesday," at Green Willow Pond. It is live right now. Have a great week!

    Hugs,
    Deborah

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  43. How cute! I love it. You have so many pretty ideas.

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  44. Hi, hopped over from Common Ground. Happy to be a new follower. Love your sweet Spring garden gloves planter! I have a link party, Share Your Cup Thursday. It's all about sharing what makes you happy. Would love if you shared some time.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  45. Those gloves are sooooo pretty! Love them as a front door decoration and on the table as a silverware holder. Just lovely.

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  46. Just love this door hanging - so original and SO lovely! I pinned it :)

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