Â Bonjour!!Â As a side note, before you check out the features and link up, I am guest posting today over at
Happy Friday!Â Did this week really happen? BEENÂ Blindingly busy.Â If you haven’t noticed, I have been a bit of a slacker with new posts this week.Â Lucky for me, I had two more features on RoadKill Rescue!
Onto “LE FEATURES” from Link Party #44
I received so many lovely comments from you saying what a fantastic party this was.Â The projects are so inspirational, and I thank you for coming back each week, and if you are joining for the first time, Welcome!!
Before we check out the features, I have to tell you I must have had Teal and Sunshine Yellow on the brain, because when I looked through all the ones I had picked, this is what there was!Et maintenant pour le MIEUX!
Does this just make you think of Sunshine and Spring?Â It did pour moi!
This adorable cabinet is from Bungalow 47
and they used the paint I am so passionate about, 100% greenÂ CeCe Caldwell’s Paint
in Carolina Sun Yellow.
Here is another lovely yellow makeover, so cheery!Â From Simply Salvaged Restoration
I fell in love with the striping on this table and the cute graphic.Â I have a similar table and I am thinking I am stealing this look!Â This is from Comfortably Carried Away
Now for Le Blues!
This adorable makeover is fromÂ The Turquoise Iris
Look how cute this is inside too!
This an awesome Ikea Hack Job!Â This was a standard Butcher Block Small Island Lynn From Beautiful Things
gave it a completely new look:
I have been wanting to make place mats for a long time now, but couldn’t seem to find the time to make them so they would hold up to many washings.Â The clever gal at Vixen Made
made these adorable place mats from a table cloth!Â And, she has an awesome tutorial on how you can make them too at her post.
Speaking of tutorials, I am right in the middle of finishing a giant slipcover for my big comfy family room chair.Â You know, the one the dog ate?Â Literally.Â Oppulent CottageÂ
shares an awesome tutorial on how to make slip covers at her post.
Look how lovely hers turned out!
And now for something completely different…..I love the industrial look of this chair, and you won’t believe what an amazing Redoux Rachel and her talented husband, the artists/builders behind Vanhook and Company
did with this chair.Â It was all rainbow colors and not in great shape.Â You have to see the before to fully appreciate the after!
This is just a sample of what they were dealing with….
Â And her is the after!
And now…..your turn!Â Show me what fabulous things you have redone this week.
Remember…GTC only has a few rules, please grab a button from my side bar and add to your post, the more the merrier!
If you were featured this week, please help yourself to my “Celebre” button!
After you link up here, please visit my friends at their parties.Â They have some amazing talent shared at their blogs, and you won’t want to miss it!