I love, love, love looking at everyone’s links each week. It’s so refreshing to see new projects and check out the fun that everyone’s been having. The only think I don’t like about it is having to pick just a few projects to feature – there’s so many great ones. I have defaulted to coming up with a bit of a theme after my first review and TRYING to stick with it so that I don’t feel so bad.
Do you ever feel bad when you set out to do something good? I think it’s blogger’s guilt or something…
In any event, there were so many great DIY projects linked up this week. I can’t wait to share them with you.
Show & Tell Highlights
Check out this amazing DIY drum share light fixture, from Knuckle Salad.
I have an old truck that has pretty well been beaten beyond it’s life, but I think I am going to have to try this DIY wood repair recipe from Domestic Bliss Squared.
I am absolutely loving this chevron wood box built by My DIY Habits. Such a great classic.
It seems like there’s always a little pile of shoes, dirt and water right outside the door in the summer. This fun pallet storage being featured over on Rags to Stitches would take care of those issues perfectly.
I love window boxes. They add so much character to a home. You’re in luck because this week Laughing Abi is sharing a complete tutorial (including plans) for her pretty DIY window boxes.
I mentioned last week that I have been sort of in love with all of the nautical fixtures I’ve seen…Well that love has been extended to the beach. Check out this fun weathered beach sign, from Upcycled Treasures.
If you would have asked me beach or mountain three or four years ago, I would have picked mountain hands down. Ask me know? I might be leaning a bit more toward the beach…We shall blame old age and a resistance to cold. Nevertheless, this fun DIY starfish garland, from A Little Clairification caught my eye right off. I love it!
This ticket stub memory box over at de Jong Dream House is such a fun idea (and I also love that she used Thickers – one of the products manufactured by American Crafts, my employer).
I love it when I come across a post that I adore, only to find out its been put together by a blogger that I love! Such was the case with this amazing hexagon wall treatment from Holly at My Sister’s Suitcase. You’ve got to go see the full reveal!
This “hello” wreath, from Create Craft Love, is such a great way to welcome people to your door through the summer.
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Show & Tell Linky
Ok friends, it’s time for you to show off your projects for the week. Let’s see what you’ve been up to.
- Link any sort of craft or DIY projects or recipes, but make sure you link to the specific post, rather than your home page.
- Please do not link projects that have been shared previously. Please don’t link up your own linky party.
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