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It’s Tuesday, which means it’s time for another fun party full of DIY inspiration here at The Makers Link Party, woo-hoo! I hope you had a great weekend and are enjoying the cooler temperatures, I know we are.
The hubs and I were in California all last week road tripping through small towns in the Sierra Foothills, and then celebrated the wedding of our friends back in the city where we first met, Ventura.
We actually just got back last night so it may take me a few days to get back on track and respond to some emails and comments, but I’m looking forward to getting back to a normal schedule. I’m also looking forward to seeing what you have been up to… so let’s get this party started!
Don’t forget to follow your hosts in some way:
Corey @ TinySidekick
Alexis @ Persia Lou
Katie @ Upcycled Treasures
This week’s featured blogger is Sarah from 702 Park Project who shared her amazing master bathroom transformation. Can you believe this used to be an upstairs kitchen? Head on over to see the complete transformation from start to finish!
If you enjoy room makeovers and home remodels then you are going to LOVE 702 Park Project! Be sure to follow along as they restore their 1902 American Foursquare, and you also won’t want to miss any of the inspiring interviews with designers, or Sarah’s Etsy shop filled with vintage finds!
Here is a sampling of what you will find when you visit:
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Here are this week’s party features in no particular order:
Melinda from Homemade Interest shared 10 Hearty Soup Recipes, that are sure to warm you up this fall. There are quite a few on this list I haven’t tried yet, but can’t wait to make them!
Debbie from Painted Therapy upcycled a piano bench into a beautiful coffee table full of character and storage space. The previous homeowners had left it behind, and I don’t think they would even recognize it now! Head on over there to see how she created a custom piece that is not only beautiful, but useful too!
Aniko from Place of My Taste transformed an ordinary faux pumpkin into a gilded succulent pumpkin that is so perfectly festive for fall. Don’t you just love it?
Sabine from Mom in Music City came up with the most creative upcycled board and batten backsplash in her kitchen, and you won’t believe what she used! Head on over to find out and be inspired!
Bre from BrePurposed shared this adorable fall printable! Head on over to download your FREE printable, and add a touch of Fall to your home in a matter of minutes.
Don’t forget to grab a button if you were featured!
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