September Review at EJD

Goodbye September! I am a little sad to see September go, as it is one of my favorite months. We have had a great month here at EJD. No broken computer or erased blog posts = great month! Now that we have kids in school, Erin with one in 3rd grade and me with two in preschool, we have a tiny bit more time to work on projects. We have shared some wonderful designs this month and hopefully as we get a settled in to a routine, we will have many more.

After pouring our blood, sweat, and tears into our projects this month, I am happy to announce that a few more of our posts have been featured.

We want to give Beckie Farrant of {RoadKill Resuce} and {Knock of Decor} a huge THANK YOU for sharing these two posts of ours with her awesome readers.

Counter Stools 5 Pet Food Canister 1

Erin’s printables were a huge hit and got featured this month. Print these bad boys out for free while you have a chance. There are rumors of an Elizabeth Joan Designs Printables Store coming in the future. (More on that later.)  But no need to worry, all of our printables will still be available and we will still offer the occasional free printable for our loyal readers.

Chevron & Square Papers 1 September Printables 1

As work wrapped up on my {Half Bathroom Remodel} this month, a few of my diy accessories were highlighted by other bloggers.

Basket apothecary jars 4

And nothing is more appropriate to be featured in September, than the yummy looking Apple Candle Holders. (Don’t eat the candles.)

apples 2

To see more details about our features, check out our {Features/Links page}.

We are also excited to announce we will soon be presenting a way for our readers to share their own projects. Each month we plan to highlight at least one project shared with us on Elizabeth Joan Designs. The best part is anyone can contribute. (You don’t have to have your own blog to share.) But more on this later.

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