10.4.11

Sunday Giveaway: Elle.mnop


Meet Elle!
Elle has a really beautiful blog called elle.mnop where she shares her creative ideas, crafting tricks, and more!  I've found some really really beautiful DIYs on her blog recently and I encourage you to check out the awesome craft projects she has going right now for her 30 Days of D.I.Y!  I love her terrarium.

"Hello my name is Elle and I love everything evolving crafts! I work around 60 hours each week in the computer as a web designer so I love to create to keep me inspired. Make sure to stop by my blog, Elle.mnop, in the month of April for 30 days of DIY!"



Elle is giving away a beautiful Book Wreath to one of my lucky readers!  
To Enter:  Comment on this post and let me know which of the D.I.Ys on her blog is your favorite!
This giveaway ends on Saturday, April 16th.

27 comments:

Ashley said...

I love her DIY rope coasters!
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Cassie Nafziger said...

I definately love the book wreath, but the rope coasters are awesome too! Thank you for introducing me to her blog--I can't wait to see her shop and what fun d.i.y projects she has in the future!

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Susanne said...

I like the rope coasters!

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Candace Dee said...

I am a huge fan of the DIY book wreath project but all her ideas are really fun.

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Farjana Yasmin said...

Wow I can't believe how easily she turns simple things into really cool things. My favorite is her DIY Jewelry Wall Hanger.

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Nnenna said...

Her DIY projects are so cool! I love the secret book one! :)

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Rachell Taylor said...

Is it any surprise that I like the faux cardboard logs? I mean really?

Hah!


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Chebab said...

Loving the DIY secret book, I've always wanted more sneaky hiding places around my room :)

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Shannon said...

I love the secret book and the wreath is gorgeous!!!

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Carol Anne said...

I like the rope coasters diy!

-Carol
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Alexa said...

I am absolutely crazy about the terrarium! Love the idea!

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Diana said...

i love both her book wreathe and secret book!! Crossing fingers and toes for this!!

Ciera said...

I love the d.i.y. rope coasters and secret book!
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Carrie Rosalind said...

They're all awesome, but I looove the secret book! So fun! :)

-Carrie

Girly Girl Moments said...

I must agree with you, my favorite is the terrarium one! It's funny because when I made mine, I had similar rocks and the exact same bag off moss :) Made me feel like a pro when I saw that!

Suburban Sweetheart said...

Wow, she's amazing. I love the slashed scarf & the terrarium. What fun!

JennaLynn said...

Love the d.i.y. terrarium! :)

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Ken Treloar said...

i love the Candle Tins and the Secret book! :)

Amanda said...

I'd still have to stick with the book wreath, it's gorgeous and very me. I read constantly (so much so my boyfriend pokes fun at me for it) so this would be quite at home with me.

KT Barnes said...

the terrarium has me SOLD. love it!

Brandi Buehler said...

I love the article "a new type of flower garden".

DanielleJeanne said...

I love the rope coasters...probably because I'm in dire need of new coasters.

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U U N A said...

I love the idea of robe coasters. I bet they would loom really cool under plates too

Amylou said...

I really love the jewelry wall hanger! I could definitely use that!

mathilda Dunn said...

She is so creative. I love the rope coasters!

Kel said...

This wreath, and her whole blog are so pretty. I love the DIY where she altered the book into a Chinese lantern looking thingy!! I love this wreath... it would look so cute on my shelf!!

{beth} said...

I remember seeing the corrugated logs before but lots of fun ideas here. I like the marble paper. I have tried it with paint but not with the food coloring on shaving cream. Fun idea to use with my students.