{favorite pins friday #8}

{favorite pins friday #8}

In case you haven’t found it on Pinterest yet, a few bloggy buds and myself created a new Pinterest Board.  This week’s favorite pins are to celebrate our new board and help you get to know The Creative Headquarters a little bit better!

We’ve got a few fun things coming up in the near future that we’ve been working on as a team, and I’m so excited to be working with these talented ladies!

I’m loving this Chalkboard Side Table for a kids room or play room!  The accents are drawn on with chalk…too cute!

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I’m also a huge fan of using Mason Jars as decor.  I love Barbara’s version using fabric and mod podge!

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This makes me want some fresh, hand squeezed lemonade!  I’m still itching to try some glass etching of my own.  Good thing Jill provided this amazing tutorial!

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I’m not in party mode anymore (at least for a while), but I will definitely remember this cute idea for a centerpiece for the future!  The thing I love about it is, you can use this for any holiday (especially when you get holiday themed m & m’s)!

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Who doesn’t like ice cream?!  What a perfect gift box full of ice cream goodies to give to a neighbor or friend.  Brilliant!

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And, hello party storage solution!  I’ve got tons of leftover supplies from my little guy’s birthday bash!  I need to get to organizing like Sarah, ASAP!

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Those are some of my favorites from The Creative Headquarters.  What are your favorites?!

What have you been pinning lately?!

 All featured pins will be on my {favorite pins friday} pin board!

Enjoy!

Please leave a comment, I love to hear from my readers.

*If you do pin any of these ideas, please visit the highlighted source link below each picture and  pin from the original source!  I’m sure they’d love to know you’re pinning and enjoying their ideas!  The Pinterest icon from above can be found here.


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About Meredith Hazel

Meredith is a stay at home mom and has been blogging since 2012. She started Wait 'Til Your Father Gets Home as a creative outlet in between nap times for her little one. Wait 'Til Your Father gets home is a combination of crafting tutorials, DIY projects, recipes and, sharing some of life's journey along the way.

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  1. Great pins!! How fun that you all have a board together! Great idea.:)

    • waittilyourfathergetshome says:

      Thanks Kadie! It’s been a blast getting to know them all better too…they’re all super sweet!

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