The Makers Link Party #22

The Makers Link Party #22

Welcome to The Makers Link Party, where you can find inspiration for your next project, and share your latest creative endeavors! We are so happy that you stop by to party with us every week, whether that be to link up or to find inspiration and discover new blogs. We can’t wait to see what you have been up to!
The Makers- Link Party Tuesday's 8am est

Don’t forget to follow your hosts in some way.

Corey @ TinySidekick
blog || pinterest || facebook || twitter || google + || bloglovin’
Alexis @ Persia Lou
blog || pinterest || facebook || twitter || google + || bloglovin’
Katie @ Upcycled Treasures
blog || pinterest || facebook || twitter || google + || bloglovin’

No-Piece Geometric Quilt Tutorial Part One || Sunny Days Himmeli Wreath

DIY Drop Cloth Outdoor Curtains   ||  Summer Celebration Link Party  || DIY Outdoor Curtain Rod

FREE Printable Father’s Day Card || DIY Rustic Modern Plant Stand || Turquoise and Gold Candle Holders

There were so many great features from last week’s party!

This week’s featured blogger is Krista, the gal behind the creative and colorful blog, The Happy Housie. Krista’s home is full of bright and cheery colors and her decked out deck is no different! I love how she combines colors, patterns and upcycled finds to create a beautiful and inviting outdoor space. I could definitely hang out here all summer, couldn’t you? Especially with that view!

Pin the top post HERE!

Stop by The Happy Housie and be prepared to be inspired by all of Krista’s amazing projects and room tours! Here are a few favorite posts to get you started:


Be sure to follow Krista on social media to make sure you don’t miss a thing!

Pinterest || Facebook || Instagram || Twitter || Google +

As always there were tons of inspiring projects linked up last week, but here are just five of our favorites.

If you want to pin, please click through and pin from the original source. Thanks!

I love this DIY Dip Dye Yarn Tassel Wall Hanging from Homey Oh My! What a fun and simple way to decorate your walls. Plus you won’t believe what she used to dye the tassels!

I am a sucker for anything rustic or industrial related, and this DIY raised dog feeder from The Charming Farmer is definitely on my to do list. What dog wouldn’t love to eat from this?


The lovely sisters over at Elizabeth Joan Designs recently created some monogram stamped clay, after coming across their grandfather’s old stamp set. The small monogram bowl was made by Erin, and you’ll have to stop by to check out what Emily did with the ampersand stamp.

This warm weather definitely calls for refreshing drinks, and how amazing does this pineapple lemonade from Place of My Taste look? I will definitely be making some of this in the very near future.

Can you believe this gorgeous green tufted sofa is…. painted?! Yup, this painted sofa from Shades of Blue Interiors practically had me drooling over how amazing it looks, and you won’t believe the before photo, talk about a transformation!We pin all of our favorites from the week on our Best of The Makers Pinterest Board, so be sure to follow along!

Follow TinySidekick’s board The Best of The Makers {link party} on Pinterest.

Be sure to grab a badge if you were featured!


Tiny Sidekick


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Wanna be featured? Don’t forget to follow your hosts in some way and link back to the party on either your party page or post!


>Link up to 3 specific posts on your blog, not your blog’s homepage
(anything you’ve created, but no etsy shops or giveaways)
>Please link only posts that you haven’t shared here before
>Grab The Makers Link Party Button and link back somewhere on your blog
(must link back to be featured)
>Pin the Featured Bloggers winning post
>Visit some other links and let them know you stopped by


Upcycled Treasures
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