I’m excited to share Fifteen DIY Projects That Take Under Two Hours To Make. Everything from lighting, shell art, planters and wood working projects.
There is something for everyone and style.
There is something for everyone and style.
Welcome!! It’s time for the FIRST EVER #BestofDIY Link Party! Yep, It’s 1 Party with 27 blogs. It is without a doubt THE event of the season!
We are ALL so happy to have you here.
We are anxious and excited to see YOUR BEST 3 DIY Projects. We invite you to link JUST 3 DIY projects (No recipes, please).
When you are done, share our party button on your post and/or blog.
We would also LOVE for you to comment.
Take a look around at all the amazing DIY creativity going on while you are here.
We will be selecting YOUR #BestofDIY posts and sharing them on Facebook, G+, Instagram, and Twitter.
You can add the hashtag to the FB & G+ posts, so you can be found in the stream, as well.
Check out our Pinterest Board-Best of DIY
Thanks to all of your hostesses this evening for promoting and sharing their #BestofDIY around the blogosphere.
Your hostesses for the #BestofDIY Party:
Below you will find a few of MY BEST DIY projects.
Thanks for making #BestofDIY the best yet to come!
Have fun and see you where the #BestofDIY hashtag lands!!
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Now onto what YOU have been waiting for….
BEST of DIY Link Party
Done with some creativity, hard work and step by step tutorials, you can make each of these DIY outdoor projects, as well.
My talented blogging friends have created tutorials to help you with your DIY project dilemmas.
They are pretty incredible. So let’s get started.
I have been blogging for awhile now. Browsing through my blog posts I have found 15 Thrifty DIY Projects Under $20 that you can do.
Each one can be tailored to your own taste. Some are from thrifted finds. Others are just creative crafts that anyone can design.
Not only have I done crafts and DIY projects since I have had a blog, but long before that as young child. I remember making a “thatched hut” from a shoe box for a school project, using flour and water as a glue for paper crafts, and cutting intricate snow flakes for Christmas to hang on our family front door. Then even designing my wedding reception in a new, fresh way.
Are you looking for creative DIY ideas? We have just what you’re looking for!
(Features chosen by Debbie at Refresh Restyle)
The Summer months have proven to be some of the most creative ideas, so far.
I, personally like to share your creativity on my own Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram.
This week’s features were chosen by Debbie From Refresh Restyle
Wow, was all I could say about the ideas you guys came up with for last weeks party!
I love these simple yet beautiful ideas! Aren’t they amazing?
There were so many to choose from!
How to Make a Simple Barn Door from Twelve on Main
Granddaughter Gives Bedroom Furniture a Makeover from Petticoat JUNKtion
Easy DIY Scented Soaps from 2 Bees in a Pod
Tin Can Vases from Dreams Factory
Succulent Centerpiece from Garden Therapy
Fall Window Box from Uncommon Designs
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We are so happy that you are joining us today! And wish each of you a Happy Mother’s Day!
With the transitions of seasons, our focus now begins to switch to outdoor living. Today’s features will inspire you from decorating to recipes to enjoy the great outdoors!
Check out these features below.
Whether you like vintage pieces, outdoor decor or wood working, there is something that you will enjoy.
Since living in a small space for years now, with limited areas for storage, I have used my laundry “closet” for our garage supplies.
I like this time of month because I get to be a part of the At Home DIY Challenges. We have a theme every 15th of the month and share our best DIY projects related to the theme. This month is: “Make it Pretty Outdoor Challenge”
That is EXACTLY why I am tidying up our back porch and showing you my DIY projects for this space…
It was fairly easy and took me just under two hours to create.
This is part of the AT Home DIY Challenges for each month. July includes creating any DIY project in two hours time. This doesn’t include drying time. But actual work on the project.
Sounds fun, huh?
Best part? It was just a fraction of the cost. I am excited to show you how I did it…