Do you think I use the word “awesome” too much?
You can tell me the truth.
I can take it.
I’m a little worried, myself. At last count….I think there were 56 “awesomes” to describe pins on my pin boards.
I don’t really know what it is about that word.
Maybe it’s that it sounds like the verbal equivalent of an exclamation point.
Maybe it’s because I memorized every word of “Sixteen Candles.”
Maybe it’s because it sums up exactly how I feel about the inspiration I see daily in blogland.
Whatever the reason….
….the fact remains that I found 41 synonyms for “awesome” including: amazing, astonishing, awe-inspiring, beautiful, breathtaking, daunting, fantastic, formidable, imposing, impressive, inspiring, magnificent, majestic, moving, overwhelming, striking, stunning, stupefying, wonderful and wonderous.
And I plan on using every one
So be sure to check out these stupefying orange fish from Linda at It All Started With Paint.
I have just decided at this moment that I am all about the word stupefying.
It’s like an “awesome” that went to college.
And got an advanced degree.
And here’s an awe-inspiring washi tape make-over from Kelly at Eclectically Vintage.
She added washi tape to the computer keys.
It kind of reminds me of a 2012 version of Lee Press On Nails.
Maybe that’s why I like it
Karah from The Space Between posted this amazing mantel with spray painted wreath.
Andrea from The Cottage Market created these fantastic framed cut-outs.
They are astonishing.
And now it’s your turn to show off your amazing, astonishing, awe-inspiring, breathtaking, fantastic, impressive, inspiring, magnificent, majestic, moving, overwhelming, striking, stunning, stupefying, wonderful
1. Any easy project qualifies.
2. No linky parties, please.
3. Linking up to the party means that you are totally okay with me posting your projects on Facebook and twitter and pinterest. I want the world to see just how talented you are
And don’t forget to link up your projects over on Hometalk, too!
Now let’s party on.
Just grab a button and add your link below.