Monday, December 27, 2010

The Biggest Features Post EVER

Hello blogland!

I am going to catch up on all my fabulous features from past Everything but the Kitchen Sink parties today. It's gonna be huge....it's gonna be amazing....it's gonna be....long...so, hang on!

If you were featured, don't forget to grab an "I was featured" button!


A Little Knick Knack

This is an old skirt. Really! It is! Don't Disturb this Groove puts new life into an old piece of clothing. I love it!



Guess what is on this dresser? TIN FOIL! I know! Check it out on DeJa Renew!


I think you all know how much I love to re-purpose old cabinet doors. Well, My Repurposed Life puts me to shame with her beautiful cabinet-turned-tray!


It's Sew Fun shows us her lovely toile and corduroy stockings...simply beautiful.


I love furniture re-do's and Serendipity Chic Design has a beautiful re-do! This bed is gorgeous and I love the "antique" finish.


Cozy, Cottage, Cute shows us how to make a burlap stocking--amazing!


At This Apple Loves Orange, she shows us how to perservere through tragedy. This wonderful acorn wreath wreaked some havoc by falling down not once, but twice! See how lovely it turned out in the end? The moral of the story--never give up! And you will end up with something beautiful.


This amazing fabric is part of a tutorial on how to make a tufted headboard. It's gorgeous! Check it out on Twenty-Six to Life!


I love old signs. I especially love making them myself! That's why I fell in love with this Joy to the World sign over at Tattered and Inked! Check out the process to make your own for any occasion.


Isn't this the greatest wreath? Just Sew Sassy shows us how to make it! I can see using some red and white for Valentine's Day or even some pastels for Easter! The possibilities are endless....


I loved this Pottery Barn apothecary knock-off done at Red Heads Craft More Fun.  She made an elegant version and I wish I could do the same! With her simple instructions, I'm sure I can!


Aren't these wreaths amazing? I love the hand-made linen banners and I have to say--I am green with envy over those doors! Swoon...! Check out how to make a banner for any occasion over at Less than Perfect Life of Bliss!


Do you guys need a FREE calendar for the new year? I do! I already printed mine out! Switcheroom is offering this FREE 2011 calendar printable on her blog! Go check it out!

Hope you enjoyed these features. Check back tomorrow for Round Two!

11 comments:

  1. wow! all great projects! Thanks for including my fleur-de-lis tray in your features!
    gail

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  2. Meg, thank you so much for the feature!!

    Hee hee, I'm blushing.

    P.S. Thank you for hosting every week. I love coming by to check out all of the projects. :)

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  3. thank you so much for including my free printable calendar! Included your button on my thank you page. :)

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  4. Thanks for featuring my bed Meg! All of the projects you have shown are fabulous. I can't wait to go check out all of their blogs. Off to add to your linky party too...

    Take care,
    Lisa

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  5. Wow Meg! Thanks so much for featuring my pillow! I really appreciate it! I hope you had a Merry Christmas. Wishing you and your family the best in 2011!

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  6. Thanks so much for the feature! What an honor!

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  7. YAYAYAYA!!! Thanks so much. My first feature. It is exciting! Thanks again for showing my dresser re-do in foil!

    Deb @ Dejarenew

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  8. Thank you so much for featuring my sign! I'm glad you liked it. There were so many great projects this time around- thank you for hosting such a great party! I hope you had a fabulous Christmas :)

    Kelsey @ Tattered and Inked

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  9. Thank you so much for the feature!! hope you're enjoying your holiday!!

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  10. These are all such great projects. I just love the green pillow at the top!
    ~Kimberlee
    www.TheSpunkyDiva.com

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  11. Tinfoiled dresser? That is awesome! I also love that white wreath! Thank you so much for sharing these great ideas!!

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