Link Up With Me, Liz Marie! #10

Hi everyone! I can’t wait to see what you
guys have been working on this week.
I love seeing your posts & showing them off
each week to all my readers.
You guys are so talented!!!

Here are my favorite posts that were
linked up last week….

This coral dresser from Sugar & Chic rocks!!! She did such a beautiful job!
The before & after is awesome!

This thrifted frame re-do from what meegan makes is eclectic &
finishes off her wall very nicely.

This mason Jar re-do from My creatively vintage life
is so simple & only uses 2 ingrediants!!

This is a great lamp shade re-do by Daisy Mae Belle using
ribbon.

I love these wood chalkboards from Megan Brooke Handmade!
So creative & such a quirky accent for any decor!

& last, but certainly not least is this stunning DIY string art from
What the Graham is fabulous!!

Now let’s party!!

Rules:

– Link up all your recent blog posts
-Visit other blog posts & leave some love
-Tell the world! Let’s use word of mouth to make
this a bigger party then it already is!
-HAVE FUN!!

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