It’s Friday, and you know what that means! It’s time for you to show off what you’ve been working on lately.
Before we get to that, let’s take a look at some highlights from last week’s party.
First up, this Ikea MALM dresser from Amanda Carol At Home got an amazing makeover with an incredible product that I never knew existed! If you’ve got an Ikea dresser, you need to know about this product. It’s ingenious!
This pleated tablecloth for a decorator table from Worthington Court is so much prettier than the ready-made decorator table tablecloths that you find in the stores. And it doesn’t look difficult to make at all!
This is such a beautifully accessorized mantel from 3 Meadow Lake Cottage! I love the layering of items, and the little cardstock “FALL” banner is the perfect touch!
Yarn-wrapped wreaths seem to be the latest “thing”, and this one from J & J Home is one of my favorites that I’ve seen so far. Not only do I love the simply styling, and the color-blocked look, but it has a bird! You know I love birds!
And last, this very easy DIY valance from Sand & Sisal is made from grain sack dish towels from Target.
Alrighty, let’s see what you have this week!
I want to see anything and everything that you’ve made with your own hands—everything from home décor and room makeovers, to recipes, clothing, accessories, etc. Anything goes. If you’ve made it, link it up!
(Please link recent projects. And please still refrain from linking Etsy stores, your giveaways, your link parties, and your general blog URL.)
- Add the link to your specific blog post to the link party below (be sure it’s the permalink to a specific post, and not your general blog URL);
- Be aware that if you link here, your project may be highlighted here on the A2D blog, the A2D Inspiration files, or the A2D Facebook page (credited and linked to your blog);
- Grab the code for the button below and add it to your post so that others can join in the fun (or just add a text link on your post leading back here);
- Take a look at other projects linked up here, and be sure to leave comments so they know you’ve visited!!
Remember! Submissions are capped at 75, so please only link projects that have not yet been seen on A2D, and please do not link more than three projects. Repeat projects, and submissions more than 3 per blogger, will be deleted!
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