Saturday Showcase

Saturday Showcase #2

Saturday Showcase

Welcome to our second edition of Saturday Showcase! If you missed the first one back in January, you can check it out here. But here’s the quick low-down: on the last Saturday of every month, I’ll be teaming up with some of my best blogging friends to bring you a curated collection of our favorite projects, crafts and home ideas!

Grab a cup of coffee and settle in, we’ve got some clever and lovely projects to share with you this month!

*If you would like to pin any of these projects, please click through to the original blog post.*

I bought several yards of this oversized plaid flannel back before Christmas and it’s just been sitting in my craft room. I finally got around to making it into a blanket scarf. And then our temperatures shot up into the 60s and it’s been too warm to wear it! Haha! Just my luck…

DIY Blanket Scarf

DIY Blanket Scarf / Easy tutorial on how to make your own oversized plaid flannel blanket scarf. Perfect for staying warm on chilly fall and winter days!

I needed some art for our Valentine’s mantel, so I got out my watercolors and Silhouette Cameo and made this hand-lettered Jane Austen-inspired art:

Jane Austen Silhouette Art

Simple with a bit of rustic charm, these Valentine’s Day mantel decorations are inspired by Jane Austen's romantic and beloved novels.

Now let’s dive in and see what my gal-pals have been up to this month!

DIY Bathtub Tray / Love and Renovations

Jackson’s Big Kid Room Reveal / Love and Renovations

DIY Card Catalog IKEA Hack / The Honeycomb Home

Neutral Mantel Decor / The Honeycomb Home

Modern Courtyard Ideas / Uncookie Cutter

File Cabinet Makeover / Uncookie Cutter

Mantels Around the Year / My Life from Home

Master Bedroom and Bath Renovation / My Life from Home

Before and After House Tour / Green with Decor

How to use a heat gun to clean a grill / Green with Decor

No-Sew Fabric Rope Basket / Knock It Off Kim

DIY Planter Decals with Cricut Explore Air 2 / Knock It Off Kim


I hope this provided you with a bit of inspiration to start your weekend! Which project is your favorite?