I DIYed That Week 19
It’s time to show us how you “I DIYed That” again- not just for bloggers, but for non-bloggers too! You can share your blog post here, showing off a DIY creation you made, or if you are a non-blogger, you can link up your DIY on Instagram using the hashtag #iDIYedthat.
Every week, each blogger will pick our favorites and share them on our blogs, on Pinterest, as well as throughout our social media channels! We want to show you off!
First Let’s meet the Hostesses:
Alicia: Thrify and Chic, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest
Jen: Noting Grace, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest
Laura: Junque Cottage, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest
Leigh: Little by Little Farmhouse, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest
Lindsey: Repurpose and Upcycle, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest
Let’s start by sharing what we’ve been up to this week:
Jen shares how to DIY a tarnished trophy.
Lindsey shares her living room “refresh” with DIY Drop Cloth Curtains.
Laura shares her farmhouse living room makeover.
Alicia created a shiplap floral picture frame for her daughter’s room.
And here are the features for this week;
The first feature is from Larissa @prodigalpieces on Instagram. She married three salvaged furniture pieces to make a beautiful vanity!
The second feature is from the blog Penny’s Vintage Home and she shares how to turn a vintage bath tub into a duck pond! This is so creative.
Now for the fun stuff – I DIYed That – Week 18!
So, how do you link up? It’s super easy!
Share UP TO THREE (3) of your original posts from your blog with something you DIYed (no shops or giveaways please)
Follow your hosts of your favorite form of social media.
It’s not necessary to visit other blogs, but if you see something that inspires you, go to the original source and let them know! Let’s share the love!
Also, be sure to check out our features on our Pinterest Board! And visit the other bloggers to see who they have featured this week!
By linking up, you are confirming that these are your photos and that you are giving the hosts permission to share your images and links on their blogs and social media.