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Hello and a happy party weekend to you!
Call me late in the game, however even with the cooler weather ahead, I got a brainstorm that I just HAD to implement!
After glancing at a friend’s summer patio, I knew I wanted a lounger… or 2. But after pricing the super comfy ones, I decided to bypass the retail purchase and shuffle around what I had. Then BOOM, I was done! Without spending a dime…
This post also shares two easy DIY tutorials with two new paint methods showcased in super short videos. If you stencil, you’ll get something out of both!
In other news, I got the nudge to start writing about my travels again after someone came forward and was so impressed with all my sole travels of late… that I haven’t blogged about. Oops.
I have so many brave-girl stories to share and with hopefully more to follow, so I drafted 2 this week alone! Hope you’re in the mood for some inspiration abroad because it’s on its way soon! And one post is so incredibly overloaded gorgeous I want to run right back there for fall yet again… more soon!
Ok, let’s get back to you! I am in LOVE with these fabulous highlights from last week’s party so here they are…
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I for one am THRILLED to see Deb posting again, because this genius idea needed a blog-home! Yay! And be sure to click through this post because the other ideas are just as adorable!!!!
Deb, does this mean you’re out of blog retirement?! See you again soon I hope!
You know all those funky bowls and trivets in the thrift stores? You know… those. Well, this post is all kinds of fall joy utilizing a few… don’t they just look so happy?!
This just has to be the cutest memo board that ever lived! Pumpkin-style of course! I love how it can double as a memo board or picture frame. What would you use it for?
If you love industrial neutrals, this project will be right up your pumpkin’-lovin’ alley! This technique could make anything look like concrete! Boy are my creative gears turning now…
These Halloween bottles remind me of Lite Brite, but only much larger! But I can’t say this enough… you’ve got to click through to this post to see how this was done. So SO genius!
Sometimes repainting an antique or crates can be iffy. But I can attest, this crate revamp complete with crate stamps looks authentic… I have a few duplicates in my own stash! But add the pin legs and it’s now officially functional furniture! I adore this piece so much. Click through to see the before.
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!