Project Inspire{d} Link Party :: St. Patrick’s Day Features

It’s time for Project Inspire{d} Week Two!  I had so much fun checking out the links this week. I pinned some of my favorites on my boards and I’ll be pinning my weekly features on our Project Inspire{d} board.

Each week I plan to feature five projects related to a certain theme. It’ll be hard to narrow it down to just five … you guys shared some amazing projects!  I’ll also share one feature from both Mary Beth and Heather!  And be sure to pop over to Cupcakes and Crinoline and Setting for Four to catch their features.

You’ll also see the three of us tweeting some of our favorites each week using the hashtag #projectinspired.  Feel free to use that hashtag as well … we’d love to retweet you!  Be sure to follow your hosts on twitter: Randi, Mary Beth, Heather.
Now on to my features.  This week I’m sharing five of my favorite St. Patrick’s Day/Green projects.
These rainbow apothecary jars from Uncommon Designs are such a fun decoration for St. Patrick’s Day {although I’m sure my five kids would eat that candy in no time!}.
This outrageous green dresser {that’s the name of the paint!} from Three Mango Seeds is stunning.  I love the verse painted on the front.
I’m a big push pop fan and I think these mint brownie push pops from A Pumpkin and a Princess would be perfect for St. Patrick’s Day!
Jenny from The NY Melrose Family {that always makes me think of Melrose Place} shared this pretty etched St. Patrick’s Day centerpiece.  I love how versatile this vase is.
And finally, I hope you didn’t miss this emerald table makeover from Art is Beauty.  The paint color is stunning!

Ready to see the features from the other hostesses?

Mary Beth’s pick this week is this spring window dressing from An Extraordinary Day.  I love the vintage feel.
And Heather’s pick is this ingenious faux bamboo window shade from House on the Way.  Can you believe it’s made from placemats?
Now for the link party.  Link up all your creative projects and recipes … we can’t wait to see them!  {Posting to this party means you give us the right to post your project and photos and share them on social media.}


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