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Thursday, February 9, 2012

Guest Post at Dreamy Whites

Hello, I hope you are all having a wonderful week!  Today, I am guest posting over at Dreamy Whites showing a couple Valentine inspired ideas.  I borrowed a few photos from my post to share with you here, but to see it all head on over to Maria's blog, Dreamy Whites, and take a look!






Olga of Lacy Crochet made these crochet heart ornaments for me.  Olga is very talented and sells her handmade treasures in her Etsy store, Olga's Lacy Crochet.


Thank-you again for inviting me, Maria!  It has been so much fun!



Have a wonderful day,



Maria ~Rusty Hinge



17 comments:

  1. I really like your dough bowl filled with heart cookie cutters. Love your style! I'm following you on Linky.
    Mary Alice

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  2. I just read the post at DW. So great! You deserve to be featured like that. Happy Valentines Maria.

    MC

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  3. Serious eye candy. Love your images adore those crochet hearts. thanks ever so much for sharing. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

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  4. These are so sweet! You are so creative - looking forward to exploring your blog ;)

    leslie

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  5. I saw your post at DW...beautiful feature with all the hearts :) Love all your grain sacks, too :) Have a great weekend!

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  6. Hi Maria,

    Loved what you've shared on Maria's page!!! You are sooo talented and beautiful, my friend! :) I am also following you via Linky Tools and am trying to "like" your FB page, but I'm having internet issues - will try again later. :) Thank you for your kind comment on my post - your sweet friendship is always appreciated. Have a great V-day weekend & enjoy!!!

    Hugs,
    Jessie

    P.S. love those vintage cookie cutters!

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  7. Beautiful, inspirational blog!

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  8. Hello Maria.
    I just found your beautiful blog. I am loving all your hearts on display for valentines day. I am a new follower. I would love it if you would like to visit me sometime.

    blessings,
    Danielle

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  9. What a treat to run accross you at Dreamy Whites, you are so talented in your decor and photography!!! Looking forward to many more posts.
    XO
    Kristin

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  10. Hey Maria ~ It was fun seeing you guest post (and darling photo) over at Dreamy Whites today! Your Valentine tree is so adorable. For some reason, I imagined you older. lol! You indeed have an "old soul" way of decorating and collecting - which of course, you know - I absolutely love. ♥ (Do I dare tell you that I just bought some more grain sacks from Christina....??? :)) Hugs to you, sweetie!

    xoxo laurie

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  11. Love your blog! Your photography is wonderful! I am now following you on the new Linky follower tool. Can you please follow me back? Thanks!

    I also see that you have a network following too, what is the difference?

    Have a great weekend!

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  12. Hi there, I just found your blog and I just love it. I also live in Michigan and would love to livein an old farmhouse:) Maybe someday!! I really loved your post on vintage linens. I also love them. I was wondering where you found the pink stripe pillows on your bed? Do you have any suggestions on wonderful spot in Michigan for flea markets??
    I tried to email you but for some odd reason it will not work. Thanks so much!!

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  13. Hello! Lovely guest post on Dreamy Whites. Always nice to support a fellow Michigander! Jen

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  14. I found your site via Maria's blog.
    You have such a lovely style...and I especially LOVE that you've dispalyed so much RED! :) Red is my favorite color and I use it in so many of my designs, along with displaying it all over my home.
    Beautiful site...I will be back! :)
    Have a wonderul week.

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  15. Very beautiful! I really like all the heart shaped cookie cutters for valentines decor:)

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Thank you for stopping by! I love hearing from you and appreciate all of your comments. It's a treat to read each one!
Love,
Maria

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