Sunday, April 3, 2011

Follower Feature...Elizabeth & Co.: Craft Paper Chalkboards inspired by WWC

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Well, I had a great surprise today! Remember my craft paper chalkboard project in the studio makeover? It's so simple and easy to make, so I've been hoping that other people would take the concept and do something special with it. Well, someone did, and they were kind enough to share it with me.

When checking my email this morning, I had this nice comment from Sharon at Elizabeth & Co. She said...
I just love this idea Amy! And I was so inpired that I made a batch of craft paper chalkboards and featured you on my blog. Thanks so much for this idea and all the inspiration here at Whisperwood Cottage!
Well, I couldn't type this post fast enough. I love what Sharon did with her version, and I wanted to share it with you all...

Elizabeth & Co.




Aren't the quotes and the placements great? They are part of the decor at their upcoming Vintage Tag Sale. If you are a vintage lover and are anywhere near Maryland, check it out! See her full post here.

Sharon, thank you so much for letting me know about your project, and I appreciate you giving me credit for the inspiration. I'm glad you were inspired to take it and make it your own. Please grab a feature button, because we love you here at WWC!

WhisperWood Cottage

I hope you (and everyone else!) are planning to link it up to the Chalk Talk linky party, which starts here April 16!



NEED SOME CHALKBOARD INSPIRATION?

If anyone else completes or has completed a project inspired by something you saw on WhisperWood Cottage, leave me a whisper to let me know. I'd like to say thank you and and feature you, too!

5 comments:

  1. They are awesome and how inexpensive too! Perfect idea for decorating on a budget.~Cheers Kim

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  2. I love the way Sharon grouped them together. And she has great handwriting too!

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  3. Hers look great! I actually made one on cream colored craft paper the next day after your post. I just haven't posted about it yet. I think what Sharon did with them has inspired to me to make some more!

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  4. Oh my goodness Amy, what a surprise! How sweet of you to feature my version of your great idea! I knew the minute I saw these chalkboards they they were the perfect solution to filling the empty space on our walls with something interesting. I'm so glad you approve! I really do love all the inspiration I find here at Whisperwood Cottage and I love tutorials. I try to include them on my blog too. I think the sharing and exchange of ideas is what it's all about. And I feel like I've made a new blog friend too. Thanks so much!

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  5. YIKES Amy....I've SO MISSED popping in here regularly....This project is absolutely BRILLIANT & just like Sharon, I intend to use this idea for the NEXT SVJ-X....!!!!!

    I have a HUGE roll of paper & a FULL can of chalkboard paint....hahahahaha....GET OUTA MY WAY I'm on a MISSION....!!

    THANKS as always for the inspiration....!

    Your Aussie Mate,
    Tamarah :o)

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