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Hello friends, and happy nearly fall! Is it still hot where you are? We are getting mixed up weather, but you could tell something was up right when the calendar clicked to Sept 1st! How does it know? Well, it just appears to it seems.
It also appears when we have nice weather, I appear to stay in lock down mode at home, so I’m making myself sprint for a nearby lake day with a little junkin’ and eating out on the side Friday. Stay tuned for some new adventures shared next week!
And I’m thinkin’ my break is well deserved because I really worked with intention on a project that I’ve wanted done for a LONG time!
This curb-side found dresser finally got the royal paint treatment with the vision I had some time ago. It now mimics fabric front drawers because it houses my sewing supplies! It was a fun challenge that really was super simple, utilizing stencils! Click through for full details.
I also posted a more personal writeup on a few ‘interesting’ health challenges I’ve been working through lately. I visit to my Dr. had her explaining much of the changes were due to menopause of all things! If you don’t really recognize yourself any longer and are wondering what in the world is going on with you, THIS READ may answer a few of your own questions…
Speaking of fall, there’s also a sprinkling of fall projects coming on board in a few of these delightful highlights from last weekend’s party…
Susan had me at pallet, but add in coffee, and you have a sure fire win! These coasters are positively adorable and couldn’t be easier to make. Stencil details are inside this post.
Toss out the notion that you may need very particular supplies to make a dreamy dream catcher, because this ridiculously unique take proves that theory dead wrong! A click to this post is a must so you can see all the hidden surprises that make this one a total win!
Doesn’t this look like a well done DIY for fall? Well, Carlene had a cheat method… if only we could be so lucky! Click to see how she made this, with full stencil details inside this post.
The family continues to grow! An assemblage of all things kitchen gadgets (plus) comes together to bring you these delightful characters ready to junkify your fall decor. Aren’t they the cutest?
Nope, these are not adorable wood cut outs used for these adorable signs. In fact, you probably wouldn’t think what they ‘were’ adorable at all. I love it when Lisa proves differently! Click through to see what these were made from!
A pantry refresh takes an unexpected turn, morphing this beauty into a piece that has a modern farmhouse vibe. Oh that window treatment is SO clever! Click through to see this piece in it’s original state.. you won’t believe it’s the same thing!
What up-cycled projects did you make this past week? Link up below!
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1. Upcycled, DIY home decor projects only please. Items for sale must be in tutorial form on your blog. NO FOOD NOR NEW CRAFTS please.
2. Linkups must be your own work, not another’s.
3. Only projects new to this link party please, to keep things fresh. Repeats may be deleted.
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5. No need to link back to the party in your posts. I would love it if you shared the first gallery picture instead. Thank-you!