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5 Fun Springtime Ideas at The Project Stash

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The Project Stash Link Party #19

Hi Spring, how are you?  I’d like to think that spring if full of flowers and green grass and sunshine, and it’s true that the crocuses are popping up in my landscaping, but they may just die again in the below freezing weather we’re still having, so can you try a little harder to push winter to the dark dank hole where it belongs?  I mean, Christmas is nice and all, and the New Year brings hope and a lot of promise, but so do you, and I really do prefer the warmer weather.  It’s really time to retire the 650 fill down coat now, considering it’s almost April.  So, uh, just let me know when you’re here to stay.  Ok, thanks!

This week, I crocheted up a monster easter egg, showed off the cloth shoes LM has now overgrown, and shared some of my favorite things under $10.  Yup, so that’s about a dozen little items that make me happy.  And here’s 5 Springtime Ideas to make you smile –

5 Springtime projects |
Painted Spring Garland ~ Little Red Window

Very Berry Salad ~ Southern Distinctions

Easter Crafts and Decor ~ The Chirping Moms

Flower Suckers ~ The Crafty Blog Stalker

Spray Painted Flower Pot ~ Polka Dots and Paisley



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