Lisa Leonard Designs

sunday inspiration

July 24th | inspiration, pinterest

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1 paper plate paddles and a ballon. i predict hours of fun!
2 these pretty chairs would happiness to my home.
3 rachel denbow created this neon sign with glow sticks. genius!
4 alisa burke’s huge DIY wall art. click on the link below pic to see how she did it!
5 yum. but with low-carb, i can’t have chip. what do i scoop it up with? oh, how about a spoon?

what’s inspiring you today?

8 Responses

  1. debhall says:

    my girls are coming home after a week with their aunt. It was fun for everyone, but I’m ready for them to come home. I’ve gotten some stuff done around the house – but I’m sure missing my kids. :)

    always enjoy your picts! I’m looking for an “un-office” chair for my desk – and 2nd picture would be perfect. wish I could find something inexpensively like that. :)

  2. Nicole says:

    I adore those bright chairs! I have a bright, patterned chair in my living room that is the focal point of the room. Chairs like that add so much character, which is hard to pass up!

    I love Sunday’s, and this Sunday Missouri is inspiring me. We’re heading there in a month, and I just HAD to do my Sunday Love post on the beautiful state that Missouri is!

  3. Rachel says:

    Those chairs are adorable!!! So colorful and fun!

  4. Anne says:

    A spoon would definitely work! haha

  5. Mary Beth says:

    I think a spoon would be great – spoons are carb free!
    Rhubarb inspires me…
    making a rhubarb crisp, much easier than a pie.

  6. Love, love, love those chairs!

  7. Maggie says:

    LOVE taco dip. You could slice raw sweet potato into thin rounds, or any kind of veggie – sweet peppers, jicama, even endive leaves would be delicious!

  8. S Ricciardi says:

    Hey Lisa – you need to check out hungry-girl.com! The website provides healthier alternatives to favorite foods and tips and tricks to stay on your diet.
    I have made a few of her recipes and it’s great!

    I say make the taco dip and use cucumber rounds to eat it with. It will still have crunch but will not have an “off” taste to it.

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