Monday, December 17, 2012

My Monday Muse

With not even a flurry so far this month, it's hard to believe Christmas is just 8 days way~  So to inspire me, us I thought what better than this really cute Joy sign by Daisey Jane, and a sweet holiday front porch by Stephanie!

I've been wanting to make a large sign, but it's a really intimidating job!  Now that Daisey shared her source for how she makes hers, I'll be trying it soon!

Keeping in the spirit, I couldn't pass by Stephanie form Cozy Old Farmhouse front porch.  Nothing sucks me in like a vintage little ol' truck and Coke crates! 

It's crunch time for shopping, cooking, family, and fellowship, I understand all to well~  I hope you take a moment to remember the real reason for this most wonderful holiday season!

Here are the rules for My Monday Muse…

1.) Please feel free to share about a piece you have completed, restored, renewed, recycled, re-purposed, or anything that inspires you!  A dresser, a sign, a cloud, a picture, restaurant, house, or a person.

2.) Post a permalink (the link to the post), not the link to your blog or Pintrest.

3.) This party will close Sunday at midnight CST and I will choose my favorite and feature their piece on next week’s My Monday Muse.

4.) Please link back to My Monday Muse and visit others sharing their inspirations!  Grab a button from the right--->

5.)  Give-a-way links, links to Pintrest, and other links that do not fall into the above category will regrettably be deleted.

And don't forget,  we will have another Gift-A-Way  LAST Monday of the month!
On to the party!


  1. Thanks so very much for the feature!

    1. You are very welcome!
      Merry Christmas!

    2. I gave you a shout out on my FB page. :)

  2. Thanks so much for featuring my JOY sign!! And thanks for hosting the Monday Muse :)

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