Best DIY Linky Party #156 at Redouxinteriors! This is where you get to share your latest and greatest project, and we can all be inspired together to create something new.
I get so much inspiration from all of you who share each week, and I am so grateful! Don’t miss a post! Be sure to sign up to have posts delivered right to your inbox. Emails are NEVER shared, sold, etc. They are just for you, so you can keep up with all my Junque! SIGN UP IN THE UPPER RIGHT SIDE BAR 🙂 MERCI!
Here is what happened around here this week. I had some awesome finds, including a bunch of dining chairs, I shared some of my Trashy office too at my weekly Trashy Tuesday. Are you on a budget for garden decorating? I did my yard for practically FREE! Check out this wall made from Garage Door Panels, at my Garden Made of Junk. Come check out my yard and see how stylish junque can be! I am STILL working on my stairs, but I am beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel. They are looking almost completed! I love sharing other blogs, projects, giveaways and all kinds of fun stuff, updates on my projects on MY FACEBOOK PAGE I share daily doses of my junk and fun on INSTAGRAM too. Follow along so you won’t miss anything!
Enough about Moi, let’s talk about YOU and your amazing projects! I am going to have a busy summer deciding what projects you have shared that I want to try!
I would LOVE to have a claw foot tub somewhere in my home, but it isn’t happening in our current home. Instead, I will admire the amazing painting job and the FULL tutorial from 702 Park Project on how to paint an old claw foot tub. Wow, what a difference from the before!
I have yet to paint something Mustard Yellow, but I am waiting for the perfect project. This cabinet from Sunflower Hugs looks pretty perfect to me.
I love a good junk makeover, and I just love chairs made into planters. This chair from Duct Tape and Denim is adorable and just sings “Spring”.
Do you have your teachers gifts ready to go? Ummm, I do not!!! My kids are older, so we only do a few, but I just had to share this adorable No. 2 Pencil Organizer Mason Jar from Kim at Too Much Time. SO CUTE!
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Thanks so much for the feature! I’m so glad you enjoyed the tub tutorial! 🙂
Your stairs look fabulous ( and safe – mine ” turn ” is so narrow that I’ve come down them once – John once – and Soda our dog once LOL ) we bought this place in November and I still hold my breath every morning
Thanks so much for hosting – hope you have a great weekend
Thank you so much for the party! I am going back to check out the other links.
I think my comment disappeared. I was thanking you for the party.
Thanks for hosting a great party 🙂
I would love for you to come party at my T.G.I.F. Linky Party 🙂 Have a great week!!
Greetings!! This party is just what I needed… a little inspiration!! I recently was accepted to be a vendor at my very first Vintage Market. I have been scrambling doing zoo many projects I cannot keep my head straight, and my creative juices needed a kick start again to keep going. Thanks for hosting, I hope to connect again!!
Thanks so much for featuring my chair Karen! I love your stairs they look beautiful! the way you used the door as a divider in your office is so pretty! xo Debi
First of all the steps are looking great. ANd I fell in love with Debi’s finish as well. I might have to commandeer my cake decorating spatula and repurpose it as a paint spatula! Have a great weekend…I am off to volunteer at Field Day Woo Hoo!
I salvaged an American Standard claw foot tub circa 1914 when our house burned in 2000. I cheated and had it refinished by a local company. I recently added a tub tray to go with the hanging soap dish. The tray has a book stand, wine glass holder and a candle holder. My wife is not fully equipped for her bubble baths.
I salvaged an American Standard claw foot tub circa 1914 when our house burned in 2000. I cheated and had it refinished by a local company. I recently added a tub tray to go with the hanging soap dish. The tray has a book stand, wine glass holder and a candle holder. My wife is now fully equipped for her bubble baths.