i absolutely love it! love how you used the old books!
WHOLLY COW! That is Awesome! What a great idea!
That is amazing and SO creative!! Found you on Ohdeedoh- I'm from Lexington, too!
Ridiculously cute. Cate is going to want one.
So much fun! I bet she loves it. Thanks for linking up with Lemon Tree today!
This is fantastic! I love the book page wallpaper--so pretty. :)vanessa
Featuring you today on LTC, stop by and check it out!
This is beautiful!!!
So cool. I am hunting for a big box!
This is fabulous! I love cardboard projects and I am always on the hunt for great ideas.Found you via Silly Eagle Books.
That is so dang cute!! What a great idea, my daughter would love that!
So cute! You did an AWESOME job! I featured it on my TT&J facebook page :) xoxoJen
Adorable! Our local appliance store used to let anyone come and take empty boxes from their recycle pile out back, but alas... no longer. I'm going to have to go buy something big :)~ Lisa @ Allergy Free Vintage Cookery
this is so fun! we always have leftover cardboard from SOMETHING, so this would be a blast with my almost 2 year old (which favors your little lady who is precious by the way). thanks for sharing...you've officially inspired me. :) kellysellers.blogspot.com for Halloween costume ideas!
Love this!! You did a fantastic job : ) I made a cardboard kitchen set for my youngest this summer after we moved and had tons of boxes around. I skimped with just white duct tape and a sharpie marker though ; )Jaimee @ craft-interrupted.blogspot.com
I'm sure I've already told you how ridiculously adorable and fabulous this is, but I'll tell you again... :)
Great job!! Thanks for linking : )
this really is quite amazing!!! well done
WOW, ERY VERY CREATIVE HAVE TO TRY!!
That is adorable and you are so cool! New follower.
Too cute! And loving that Apartment Therapy feature ...:)Linda
Holly - is there a reason you feel the need to have the word verification enabled for your comments?Because, quite honestly, it has become increasingly challenging in blogger to leave a comment with the word verification. Like takes me 2 or 3 tries to leave a comment. Honestly, you're in the tribe so I try extra hard to get that comment posted ... but I think you may be missing some awesome blogger relationships with that truly annoying word ver enabled ...Just saying ... and suggesting ...You know I admire and enjoy and love your blog ...:)Lindawww.itallstartedwithpaint.com
I want to move into that box! Love it and cool to see you on Apartment Therapy!Kelly
This is too cute beyond words! Love it and congrats on the feature on Apartment Therapy. Your newest follower :)Mandy
What a fantastic idea to use the books! So colorful bright and imaginative! I have been on a cardboard kick here lately and in searching pinterest I found yours. The creativity out there is staggering and I am thrilled to see that so many folks are recycling in such a fun way. I would love for you to stop and see the project that we just finished. http://thecraftyrecycler.blogspot.com/I am already ready to start another one! lolThanks for sharing your creativity with all of us!!!!
How did you make the arch so clean cut?
I'm so gonna try this! Thanks for sharing!
Holly-Please Answer, What Was The White Stuff You Dipped The Painted Cardstock Into. Could You E-Mail Me Step By Step Directions? Please!! My E-Mail Is RABecker11@Gmail.Com. This Is Amazing!! Thank You So Much For Sharing This!!--Rain
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