Welcome to Shabbilicious Friday!
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And the host who picked this week's features is ...
Hello! I’m so happy to be your host this week!
In case we haven’t met, I’m Stacy and I blog at Anastasia Vintage, where my husband & I share furniture makeovers, crafts, and free printables – all reflecting our love for making old things new again!
We’ve been up to some pretty exciting new ventures this month, including launching our monthly Fab Furniture Flippin’ Contest with some of my dearest blogging friends! You can learn more here.
Our May contest has been all about Mom-inspired makeovers – you can find mine here.
Plus, I’ve been sharing some of my best tips and tricks for Working With Wood. Our most recent topic: working with veneer.
Now For This Week's Features:
I absolutely love a good upcycled bed-turned-bench project. Paige at A Junkchick Life
used an awesome Jenny Lind style bed to create hers - don't you love the colour?
Speaking of beds, this repurposed vintage crib mattress by Little Vintage Cottage
makes such a great addition to her gallery wall! So clever!
Draven at Draven Made did a stunning job of this dresser makeover.
I'm SO glad I've discovered her blog - she has so many lovely projects!
Another incredible dresser project from last week is this mid-century modern makeover
by Timisha at Toolbox Divas. When you see the "before" pic, you'll hardly
believe it's the same piece!
Junk Chick Cottage shared her front yard garden, perfectly styled for summer.
The vintage bike is my favorite part for sure - what's yours?
And last but certainly not least, Pam at The Birch Cottage shared a
perfect little tray she crafted from old fencing. It is just genius!
Thank you all for linking up.
If you were featured this week, please grab a button!
Now Let's Party!
Each week, a few of our favourites will be featured on all five of our blogs and pinned to the
for even more exposure.
Some Simple Rules:
- No Etsy stores, giveaways or link parties.
- Please link to a specific post on your blog, not your blog's home page.
- Link back to any one of our blogs with a text link or party button.
- By submitting a link, you're giving us permission to feature your project on our blogs and on social media. Proper credit and a link back to your post will always be given.
Now it is you turn to show us what you've been up to this week.
Remember, this is a party for all things shabbilicious, vintage, cottage, farmhouse - in a nutshell, "perfectly imperfect". This includes home tours, furniture makeovers, cooking, gardening and other DIY projects.
Spread the word so others can join us too.