I have not had a lot of time to do much of any projects here lately. We have been rather slammed with our fall wedding season going full force. Today, I thought I would share some "Pinspirations" that one day I hope to actually make! DON'T FORGET to vote! Courtney is kicking my tail at the moment - but I have faith that my true fans will find their way over and vote for the best outfit :)

Here are some of my Pinspirations..
Pallet, foam, table legs, fabric and a staple gun.  This is awesome!
DIY: Pallet ottoman - you use an old wooden pallet, some foam, and some fabric! I actually really love this! I want to try to make this for our kid's playroom using a vinyl cover and then tufting it. Something that can be wiped easily, but still look nice. 

Artwork Display for Children using Cabinet Doors
I really do love this idea for displaying kids art work. I will not paint it blue and pink though, probably black with  a white center so that it looks like a matted picture. I know that Ada would be more then tickled to have her artwork displayed. BTW- what do you do with all their art work and crafts from pre-school? I have TONS and can't seem to just throw it away..
diy burlap pendant
DIY: Burlap lamp shade. I am going to try this real soon to replace our front light before we sell. It could be a cheap update that looks really nice!
Metal mailboxes spray painted...outside kids bedrooms. I really want to do this! And leave them little notes, any mail they get, some treats, etc. Then they can hang their backpack and coat on the hooks! GREAT idea!
a ltitle mailbox outside the kid's room to hang backpacks, coats, and to slip in little notes. I am such a nerd. I love cards, notes, and love to give them. I would really love to get into the habit of leaving the kiddos a little note in the morning encouraging them before they head off to school. I love the idea and the personalization for the them. Since they will be sharing a room, I want to create some things that are just theirs and not shared. 
For ALL Moms: Door Jammer - allows you to open and close baby's door without making a sound. Keeps little ones from shutting themselves in the room. (This would be a great gift for new moms.) Add to scrap fabric ideas! - BRILLIANT!!!
I am actually going to try this real soon! Ada can't open doors yet - oddly enough. So anytime the bathroom is closed and she has to go - it is meltdown central!! This makes it so that all you have to do is push or pull the door open! I love it!

That is all of my Pinspirations here lately. Anything that you all are itching to try out??