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Monday, August 2, 2010

Pretty Handy Girl will be featured this week...

...on two amazing and wonderful blogs:

On Monday, I will be featured on The Hand Me Down House, written by the fabulously talented and thrifty, Amanda. She is a real creative genius and has shared some amazing transformations!  Last week she transformed some ordinary snapple bottles into fashionably sweet vases!

Can you believe these were snapple bottles?!

And earlier in July, she completely transformed a boring Target bookshelf from this:

to – are you sitting down? – this:


On Wednesday, I will be guest posting on another amazing DIY blog, Sawdust and Paper Scraps. Sandra is the author and woodworking diva behind this addictive blog. She has a brother who visited her for 2 days and taught her everything he knew about cabinetry. I'm so jealous, I don't know whether I want a brother like hers or whether I need to fly out to Chicago and beg her to take me under her wing for 2 days.

Here is just a small sample of what she can do with her power tools:

Okay, pick your jaw off the floor. Yes, she built this entire built-in shelving for her daughter's play area.

But, it gets better...check out what she did to her basement media room!
Are you drooling too?

I hope you will take a few minutes to hop over to these wonderful blogs. I promise you won't regret it.



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At August 2, 2010 at 6:57 AM , Blogger Debbie said...

Jaw dropping is right!! I will be visiting both blogs. I love all of the built ins for the second one and that shelf from the first. I'm so impressed.

 
At August 2, 2010 at 10:54 AM , Anonymous Charlotte said...

I am soooo blown away....these ladies really are super talented....wish they would come to my house for a few days...I've got lots of things that I would love for them to build.

Great job

 

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