The Makers Link Party

The Makers Link Party

Welcome to week 10 of The Makers Link Party! If you are new here, I’m so happy you stopped by and remember that you don’t have to be a blogger to enjoy the party either.

A link party is essentially a page where bloggers can link up their creative ideas via a thumbnail image and a link back to their blog post. This allows other bloggers AND readers that visit the page the opportunity to see what fellow DIYers have been up to, discover new blogs, mingle with fellow bloggers and be inspired! You may see home decor ideas, crafts, recipes, home improvement tips and more, all to help motivate YOU to get creative.

So let’s get this party started, shall we?
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

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Katie @ Upcycled Treasures

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TinySidekickprojects week 10

Pinterest Challenge   ||    Knock Off Bentwood Pendant Light


Gilded Watercolor Artwork || Embroidered Spring Banner


Whimsical Office Chair Makeover  ||  10 Ways to Use Moss in Spring Decor

This week’s featured blogger is Amy from Homey Oh My! Check out the gorgeous tote bag she made without sewing a stitch! That’s right, this is a no-sew tote bag that’s not only pretty but functional too!




Amy’s blog is filled with modern and stylish DIY projects that you won’t want to miss! Here are just a few of her posts for you to check out:


 Gold Leaf Jewelry Tray | Mirror Jewelry Wall Hangers | Painted Curtains

Follow Homey Oh My! on social media:
Blog | Facebook | Pinterest | Instagram | Google + | Twitter

It’s always difficult to pick just 5 party features because you all are so creative and amazing! Here they are in no particular order so be sure to give these bloggers some comment love, and please pin from the original source.


Okay not only is that fluffy chair amazing but I just love the shape, texture and color of the knotted pillows! Be sure to stop by Besa GM for the tutorial!

This Iron Pipe Photo Display via Kruses Workshop is the perfect blend of industrial and rustic, and I love the clever way she hung the photos. See the full tutorial here and make sure to also check out how she made the frames.

How darling is this little concrete stool via Nostalgiecat? I just love the dipped legs, don’t you? Click Here for the tutorial.


Ashley from Bigger than the Three of Us comes up with the greatest knockoffs using materials she has on hand, and this DIY Towel Hanger is no exception! Can you guess what it’s made out of? Click here to find out.


Creating a gallery wall can be intimidating but Ginnie from Hello Little Home shares some great tips to help you tackle this project. Check out her post to help you get started on creating a personalized display of your own photos and art.

Don’t forget to grab a button if you were featured! And be sure to check out and follow our “Best of The Makers” Pinterest board, where we share more of our favorites throughout the week.

Tiny Sidekick
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We are so glad to have you here to party with us and share your creativity! So let’s get to it…
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!


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

Upcycled Treasures
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