4.03.2013

March Project Round-Up


Whoa! How did I let the first couple of days of April fly by without taking a look back at March's projects? Well have no fear, the monthly round-up is here. I do this post once a month to try to make it easy for you to go back and catch up on posts you may have missed. Here are January and February's round ups too, in case you want to go way back and catch some of my projects from those months :).

March 1st marked my 100th post (what?! craziness.), and I made some fun, free printables to celebrate the occasion. They're still available for download if you'd like one.

{one of three free printables}

After this happened, I made Jackson a new dog bed using a euro pillow and an envelope-style pillow cover. Thanks to Ting over at DugDug for featuring it on her blog!


I continued Operation {Re}Organization with a few projects this month, including a newly designated craft supplies drawer. So far, the system has worked SO well. I use it all the time, and have really appreciated the easy access and knowing where everything is.


The other area I conquered was the bathroom. I'm so happy to have that done. You can read about the progression of that tiny room including the introduction, the before and organization process, and the best part - the after!


A fun little project from last month was my adventure in laminating some small bookmarks with packing tape. Since most of us probably don't own a laminating machine, including myself, this is a great alternative for small pieces of paper like labels or bookmarks.


May Richer Fuller Be and my Etsy shop (CSW Designs) got a branding makeover - woohoo! I'm hoping to add some new printable items to the shop soon. If you have any requests, let me know!


With a little (ok, a LOT) of help from my father-in-law, we mounted my vintage printing press letters I got at the Barn Sale awhile back.


One of my favorite little crafty projects was this confetti banner that was so easy to put together.


And last, but not least, I shared the hand-painted house sign I made for my parents' river house. The how-to is here, and the story behind the name on the sign is here. That project has a very special place in my heart. Also, thanks to Amanda at Serenity Now for featuring it this week. Such a lovely surprise :).


Hope you enjoyed this edition of the monthly project round-up! Have a great Wednesday.

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