Topping off July

Some polls say that July is the most popular month for vacations.  As July comes to a close, many of you have probably already been traveling this month, but when I was young, we always took our vacation the first week of August.  It was something to look forward to even if it meant that going back to school was right around the corner.  Keeping with tradition, we are planning a road trip this coming weekend to the dunes, weather provided.

I’m hoping that you all get some R&R before the kids go back to school and here is a review of the month as we enjoy our last day of July.

 

Stars and Stripes Faux Batik and Tie Dye Table Cloth

Stars and Stripes Batik Tie Dye Table Cloth

 

Glamping Gift Basket

glamping gift basket - StowandTellU

 

Elf Stocking Ornaments (for the Christmas in July Link-up Party)

StowandTellU - Elf Stocking Ornaments

 

 Salvaging a Clay Pot Roaster for my kitchen update

clay pot roaster grey

 

Tin Bucket Lamp Shade

tin bucket lamp shade on a golf themed -StowandTellU

 

Tales of fun on our charter fishing trip

sunrise-charter-fishing-StowandTellU

 

Here is to August, the month of long shadows as my mother used to say.

Stay tuned for plenty of new projects on the way.

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4 Responses to Topping off July

  1. heather f July 31, 2013 at 12:03 pm #

    Have a great vacation! We’ve been getting our glaming on this summer. My husband though, buzz kill, would not let me bring a single doily, bath tub or chandelier with us. Whatevs.

  2. Mel July 31, 2013 at 8:13 pm #

    You’ve been a busy little bee this summer! enjoy the dunes

  3. Shanna Gilbert August 1, 2013 at 3:38 am #

    You’ve had a month full of great projects Amy! Have fun on your trip!

  4. Danni@SiloHillFarm August 1, 2013 at 6:46 am #

    Haven’t been to the dunes in years! Have fun!

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