I’m pleased to (re-)introduce our featured host this week, Jeanette!
Thank you to all of you who stop by and share your projects with us every week, I am truly inspired each time I visit your blogs. It’s so exciting to see this little group of ours grow, and I often struggle to choose only a few features with so many amazing projects linked up each week.
If you’re new here, I’m Jeanette from Snazzy Little Things and this week’s host. At this blog hop, you’ll find all forms of “perfectly imperfect” decorating, whether it’s modern rustic, industrial, shabby chic, old chippy finishes and beat up wood. I hope you enjoy scrolling as much as I do each week.
I’m so excited to see a growing number of spring projects. It’s been a long, difficult winter for many of us this year. My front yard still had remnants of a snowman (named “Mushy”) only two days ago. To see some of my own seasonal crafts and free printables, that I’ve created to ward off the winter blues, stop by the blog and visit!
Here is one of my simple spring projects that you can try at home.
If you like printables, I have a few of those, too!
I sure hope you’ll stop by, I’d love to connect with you!
You all know that I can’t resist a good industrial project, so this amazing beauty stood out to me at last week’s link up from Color Saturated Life. I would LOVE to see more industrial projects in our weekly link up!
Thanks so much everyone…keep inspiring us, we can’t wait to see what you’ve been up to this week!
If you were featured this week, please grab a button!
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 (available in the sidebar)
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/profile will always be given.
Now it is your 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, anything that is perfectly imperfect.
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