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Moonlight & Mason Jars Link Party #107

How was your extended weekend? Did you happen to get out to some flea markets or garage sales? We did a bunch of projects around the house. I got a few furniture pieces painted that I will be blogging about this week. We took a drive to Home Depot and I picked up some fabulous lavender plants. I have a black thumb with these beauties, but I figured I will enjoy them while they are green and fragrant. Do you have luck with lavender? Willing to share any tips?

 

Welcome to Moonlight & Mason Jars Link Party #107

You can party with us every Tuesday night starting at 10:00 pm CST. You can read more about the party rules here.

We work hard to bring you a fun link party each week so please follow along so you don’t miss the parties!

Let’s get the party started shall we?

 

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We had some fabulous link ups this past week. I can’t wait to share them with you because these are what I love…rustic DIY.

Intimidated by DIY projects? Don’t be! These adorable DIY wood projects are so easy, you’ll want to make them all…

 

Adorable, simple DIY wood projects that anyone can tackle!

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Rustic Footstool Makeover | Anderson + Grant
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Rustic DIY Pallet Art | Making It In the Mountains
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Little French Wooden Caddy | So Much Better With Age
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DIY Rustic Photo Frames | Clean and Scentsible
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Hexagon Wall Planter | Love, Create, Celebrate
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Show us what you have been up to this week…..


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DIY Cork Typography

I am so happy to be here sharing a fun DIY project where you can embrace your awesomeness rather easily. I have a major weakness for wall typography and calligraphy. Someday, I will learn all about calligraphy and try my hand at creating some handmade signs for our home. In the meantime, I thought I would give this DIY cork typography project a go and you can too!

Ready to embrace your awesomeness?

hidden word wall art with cork
Supplies you will need:

Cork letters-purchased from Michael’s

Old frame

Paint

Glue

Scrap plywood backing

tutorial with cork letters

Start with an old frame. You can find them in your basement or at a local thrift store. Clean it up and then paint it in your choice of color. Here, I used Annie Sloan Old White and distressed it once dry.

tutorial on cork letter typography

I then cut and nailed a piece of thin plywood for the back. I cut it larger than the opening to create a “shadow box” for the cork letters to fit into the recessed area under the frame lip.

I then painted the back with Annie Sloan Provence.

cork letter typography

Decide on your saying or quote. I chose ’embrace your awesomeness’. Start playing with the word pattern and place random letters on all sides. This will look very similar to the hidden word puzzle books we have all worked on. The chunky cork letters resemble typography as well.

framed cork letter typography

cork letter typography art

Once you have the letters placed where you like, glue them down. I used Elmer’s wood glue. Let dry.

You  are now ready to use your new DIY cork typography piece. Place the frame on a mantel, in a wall collage or on an easel.

embrace your awesomeness

I hope I inspired you to embrace your awesomeness and try this DIY cork typography project. The cork letters are so fun and bring depth and texture to the piece.

If you are interested in more creative ideas, check out a few more DIY projects.

Dandelion Patina Projects

Bird Nest Woven With Charm/ Faux Agate Slice/ Repurposed Candle Holders From Lamps

 

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Moonlight & Mason Jars Link Party #106

 

Welcome to Moonlight & Mason Jars Link Party #106

You can party with us every Tuesday night starting at 10:00 pm CST. You can read more about the party rules here.

We work hard to bring you a fun link party each week so please follow along so you don’t miss the parties!

Let’s get the party started shall we?

 

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And now for some of YOUR awesome-ness!!

Strawberry Delights ~ recipes featuring sweet summer strawberries! | Moonlight & Mason Jars Link Party

These delightful recipes highlight the sweetest of summer strawberries!

Strawberry Cashew Parfaits | This Silly Girl’s Life
Strawberry Cashew Parfaits | Moonlight & Mason Jars Link Party

Strawberry Pretzel Dip | Lamberts Lately
Strawberry Pretzel Dip | Moonlight & Mason Jars Link Party

Strawberry, Honey, & Jalapeño Margarita | Lexi Bites
Strawberry, Honey, & Jalapeno Margarita | Moonlight & Mason Jars Link Party

Strawberry Sorbet {without an ice cream maker!} | Home Cooking Memories
Strawberry Sorbet {without an ice cream maker!} | Moonlight & Mason Jars Link Party

Strawberry Chicken Salad | Melissa Kaylene
Strawberry Chicken Salad | Moonlight & Mason Jars Link Party


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DIY Potterybarn Inspired Beads

Hey friends! Today I want to show you how easy it is to create Potterybarn inspired string of beads.

Do you ever look in a Potterybarn catalog and find something you can’t live without, but yet sigh when you look at the price tag? I do this quite often, but there is hope! Many of the decor accessories can be DIY’d. And, you can personalize them to make them unique to you and your home.

I love using these in decorating. They add texture, color, and interesting effect to an otherwise dull candlestick or decorative bowl.

I will be sharing a few different types of beads and two techniques for creating them.

Let’s get started.

Create your own Potterybarn inspired decorative string of beads in just a few easy steps. By using this do-it-yourself method you can customize the string of beads to fit your personal decor for a fraction of the cost.

I love the farmhouse style look, so I selected some beads that had rich wood tones. I also love pops of soft aqua.

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Materials list for Potterybarn inspired string of beads:

Potterybarn inspired decorative string of beads by dandelion patina

FIRST TECHNIQUE: Simple threading.

1. Separate the beads.

2. Take an end of the jute and push through the first bead. These aqua beads had a rather large hole so there was no need to use a plastic needle to thread. *Do not cut the jute at the other end until the end of the threading.

3. Once threading is completed, push all the beads tight to each other and even them out.

4. Tie a knot as tight to the beads as possible. Cut away excess.

Create your own Potterybarn Inspired decorative string of beads in just a few simple steps. Dandelion Patina

 

SECOND TECHNIQUE: Using plastic needle.

Same steps as above, just thread your jute through needle head first.

 

DIY Potterybarn inspired decorative string of beads

 

These wooden beads needed the use of the plastic needle. It just depends on the size of the hole within the center of the bead.

 

DIY Potterybarn Inspired decorative string of beads by dandelion patina

 

Here are a few ways to inspire you to use your newly created Potterybarn inspired string of beads!

 

Create your very own DIY Potterybarn Inspired string of beads to decorate your home with on a budget by dandelion patina

 

Create your own DIY potterybarn inspired string of beads to decorate your home and your unique architectural finds with. Project is simple and budget-friendly by dandelion patina

 

I absolutely love what these decorative beads add to accessories. It is that layered and textured element that creates depth and interest to accessories in the home.

This project was under $20 to make all 3 of these Potterybarn inspired string of beads. Can’t beat that. And don’t they look just as good as in the catalog? No one would know!

Now I know some of you don’t want the hassle of completing a DIY, so I have curated a few options to get the look.


I know you can tackle this DIY project just as I did, so go ahead and pin this to your ‘future projects’ Pinterest board or share with someone who would love this!

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Create your own Potterybarn inspired decorative string of beads to decorate your home and unique finds with. Love how these beads add character and texture to decorative accessories. This project is budget-friendly by dandelion patina

 

Other decor and styling post you may enjoy:

7 simple ways to cozy up your home! It has never been easier. dandelionpatina.com #farmhousestyle

 

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Enjoy your day,

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Farmhouse Cabinet Chalky Finish

This post is sponsored by DecoArt. All opinions on curbside finds, painting, and distressing are my own.

I am so excited to share my little farmhouse cabinet with you all. I have been searching for a small farmhouse cabinet to fill a little nook in our dinette area. The space is only about 10″ deep and 26″ wide. I did not want the piece to stick out too far because it right next to a major traffic zone in the house. So, while dropping off a few items at Goodwill, I found this radio cabinet. A lonely curbside toss away. It was an easy throw in the van and drive away type of pick me up. Come on, all you dumpster divers know what I am talking about!

Are you a dumpster diver? This little cabinet was found curbside. The radio cabinet was in pretty rough shape but with some sprucing up with DecoArt Chalky Finish paint, I now have a little cabinet for my dining nook. Check out the before & after at dandelionpatina.com

 

I love how this piece transformed into a little cabinet with some industrial flair!

It was so easy to transform with DecoArt Chalky Finish Paint. I used the colors Yesteryear and Relic, as well as a few other colors for a distressed & layered effect.

Now, I know you are dying to see the before right? But, first I wanted to share that my dad came for a visit the day after I brought this piece home. He started talking about how he had a similar radio growing up. He remembered sitting next to it for his entertainment. It really touched me that I could bring something into my home from the past that brought back such good memories for him.

I love pieces with a story and character, don’t you?

antique stromberg and carlson radio from the 1930's

This radio was a 1930’s Stromberg & Carlson. It had original wood knobs and streamlined details. But, it had dust and grim and musty smells like you wouldn’t believe. Nothing a little elbow grease couldn’t fix because…ya know….it was free! And when a furniture painter sees “free” that totally trumps dust and grim and musty smells. You bet!

decoart chalky finish paint

To start my farmhouse cabinet project I used these supplies:

DecoArt Americana Decor Chalky Finish: Yesteryear, Relic, Primitive, and Rustic

DecoArt Andy Skinner Alphabet Spaghetti Mixed Media Stencil

DecoArt Wax

E6000

A metal arrow decal I found at Michael’s craft store.

DecoArt furniture piece before and after with Americana chalky finish paint

Instructions:

1. I removed the fabric panel from the front first and cleaned up the piece by removing all the metal parts inside. This left an empty hollow shell. I knew I wanted to create a display shelf on the inner bottom, so a piece of wood was cut to fit and stained.

2. I then painted pieces of plywood in Relic and started to stencil in Yesteryear. Distressing with a sanding block once paint was dry.

transforming a vintage radio cabinet into a farmhouse shelf with industrial flair using decoart chalky finish paint

3. The radio cabinet was then given a base coat of Relic.

4. I wanted to have a layered look once the piece was distressed, so I randomly applied the colors Primitive and Rustic to the details of the front.

5. The entire piece was then painted in Yesteryear.

farmhouse industrial cabinet transformed with decoart chalky finish paint

6. The wooden knobs and arrow embellishment was painted in Relic and applied with E6000.

7. The cabinet was sealed with wax.

8. We added hinges to the back plywood piece to act as a door so that decorative pieces could be removed.

vintage radio cabinet rescued with decoart chalky finish paint

 

decoart chalky finish farmhouse cabinet

 

Are you a dumpster diver? This little cabinet was found curbside. The radio cabinet was in pretty rough shape but with some sprucing up with DecoArt Chalky Finish paint, I now have a little cabinet for my dining nook. Check out the before & after at dandelionpatina.com

Check out this amazing before and after furniture transformation! This cast away vintage radio cabinet was given a makeover with DecoArt Chalky Finish paint. It now is a stylish farmhouse industrial piece. Visit dandelionpatina.com for the full tutorial. #chalkyfinish #secondchances

I totally adore this piece! It was the perfect find and I love its industrial farmhouse style.

Farmhouse chalky finish cabinet painted with DecoArt Chalky Finish Yesteryear and Relic

Visit the DecoArt Chalky Finish website for more chalk paint ideas and inspiration.

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Sharing this project with my blogging friends @ Where I Party and Remodelaholic

Shell jewelry bowls & glass knob pedestals

It is the first Makeover Monday here on the DP blog! I am sharing with you how to transform some ordinary seashells and glass knobs found at a flea market into gorgeous shell jewelry bowls. You are not gonna want to miss this transformation!

Transform ordinary seashells and glass door knobs into coastal jewelry bowls by Dandelion Patina

Materials needed:

Seashells similar to these (clam shells)
Vintage glass door knobs
Pearl & matte acrylic paint (Martha Stewart Multi-surface in aquarium and lake fog)
E6000 adhesive

Create gorgeous jewelry bowls with seashells and glass knobs using Martha Stewart Multi-surface paints by Dandelion Patina

Steps:

1. Paint Martha Stewart Multi-surface pearl in aquarium on the inside of the shells. This took about 3 full coats to get a solid colored surface. Let dry.
2. Paint the outer surface of the shells in Martha Stewart Multi-surface matte in lake fog. This took about 2 full coats. Let dry.

Painted seashell jewelry bowls with glass knob pedestals

3. Grab your E6000 and adhere the shell to your vintage glass door knob. I did touch up the metal on the knobs with a silver metallic paint. Let completely dry before use.

4. Enjoy your newly created shell jewelry bowls.

Create your own coastal inspired jewelry bowls with some treasures from the beach and a few vintage glass knobs. You will love these placed in a tray to keep all your treasures in.

I love the way the inside is pearled and the outside is matte on these shell jewelry bowls. Don’t you?

Transform your beach treasures into lovely jewelry bowls for your finest babbles. Just a few simple steps. Anyone can do it!

 

Create unique jewelry bowls with a few easy steps and Martha Stewart Multi-surface acrylic paints

Create unique jewelry bowls from seashells and vintage glass knobs to hold your favorite baubles in by Dandelion Patina

So are you wondering how Makeover Mondays are going to work? Each Thursday I will be posting some items that I have found treasure hunting during the week (Treasure Trove Thursday). I will then pick one treasure to transform for my Makeover Monday feature!

These shells were found at a local flea market and I was inspired by their shape and texture. They do make the loveliest bowls to arrange in a tray on your dresser or on your bedside table.

I hope you will follow along! Tell your friends about the transformations and chime in with whatever finds you have found for the week. I would love to hear about what made your heart go pitter-patter! Heck, you can even send me a photo of your treasures via email michelle@dandelionpatina.com and I will share with the DP social media communities!

So, what do you think of these shell jewelry bowls with glass knob pedestals?

If you feel they are pin-worthy here is a great pic for your favorite Pinterest board!

Transform ordinary seashells and glass door knobs into coastal jewelry bowls by Dandelion Patina

 

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6 reasons your business needs a newsletter

6 reasons why your business needs a newsletter and Inbox of Opportunity ecourse

This post contains affiliate links. My opinion on the importance of a stellar newsletter, Inbox of Opportunity ecourse, and Kirsten’s genuine awesomeness is one hundred percent my own.  See my full disclosure policy.

As a newbie blogger in 2014, creating a newsletter never occurred to me to be a priority. My business was new. There was so many aspects of blogging and business that I needed to research and learn.There was is so much to do on a daily basis.  I am still learning and I haven’t even cut through the surface of what blogging is all about for my business. I was focused on building my social media platforms.

Facebook was where I started. I spent countless hours sharing topics and projects hoping to build an audience. My goal was to build up those fans and then hopefully they will find their way over to my blog. My hope was that they would share my business with others and I would grow.

I was going about it all wrong.

As I learn more about blogging, I have found that those Facebook followers could go poof in a matter of minutes. The majority of those followers belong to Facebook. There really isn’t any loyalty to my blog because the majority have not subscribed to my blog and become part of the community. I am just a piece of their news feed-if and when Facebook decides to show them my latest post.

At this point I was searching for other options; this is when I met my friend Kirsten. Kirsten authors a blog called Sweet Tea & Saving Grace. She had announced that she was offering virtual assistant services for creative bloggers, such as myself. She offered help in customizing newsletters and Mailchimp campaigns.

I immediately felt pulled to talk with her.  I quickly realized that this gal knows her stuff! We worked together on creating a customized newsletter that I could send out to those readers that had subscribed to the blog. It is an amazing feeling to know that I have the template ready and waiting for me to send out those campaigns with just one simple click of a button.

I admit, I was still apprehensive about Mailchimp. It confused the heck out of me. I needed  instruction that had step-by-step visuals. Kirsten gave me the opportunity to review her latest ebook, Inbox of Opportunity. I truly was doing a happy dance with every page! (Virtual high five here, Kirsten)

Inbox of Opportunity ebook for creating Mailchimp newsletters

The detailed information breaks down every step of the newsletter process-initially starting with signing up for a MailChimp account and setting up your list. Kirsten then goes into creating opt-in forms for your subscribers jam packed full of screenshots that walked me through the list of starting, creating, and implementing a solid newsletter. Kirsten explains the steps in a fun and exciting way! The steps are clear and  concise.

Another perk of this ecourse/ebook is that Kirsten breaks up each segment with an assignment to help you digest what you have learned and customize it to fit your own needs. Kirsten is as genuine as they come. She truly wants you to succeed and gain those loyal followers.

But, why do I need a newsletter?

Here are my top 6 reasons why you need a newsletter.

six reasons why your business needs a newsletter

#1 Distraction and loyalty

Let’s face it, attention span these days is maybe 3 seconds. Everyone is moving at such a fast pace. We scroll through our social media feeds looking for the latest cool picture or funny joke. We may click over to a blog to get the info we need, but then most likely we go back to see another great DIY project to pin to a board on Pinterest.  Those that come to your blog and actually do sign up for your newsletter have a true interest in hearing what you have to say. Keeping those subscribers happy creates loyalty. They are gold for your business & blog.

#2 Traffic

Who doesn’t want it? To get your message into the inbox of your target audience is a very powerful thing. As stated above, social media platforms such as Facebook are ever changing and thus, unreliable. Those readers that take the time to sign up for your newsletter are going to be creating traffic to your blog consistently. They have a genuine interest in you and love what you are offering and will be sharing you with their friends.

#3 Connect & Engage 

Building strong relationships that make your audience feel like part of your business and involved in your journey is a key ingredient of running a successful business. You have the opportunity to make them feel privileged by offering exclusive ‘in the know’ information that the occasional Facebook follower won’t receive. You can address them personally so that it feels like an email between friends. This builds trust and a loyal following that love and support and share what you do and thus creating traffic.

#4 Show Authenticity

This is your chance to show who you are on a more personal level. You can share a personal moment of your lives with your subscribers. Give them a sneak peek of a current project. Offer subscribers a free printable or a chance to be featured on the blog. Readers will feel like your friend rather than someone who is pushing their content and/or product on them.

#5 Monetization & Product

If your business or blog is selling product this is a great way to offer discounts and VIP access to new products. By having a loyal group of readers, they will trust you are offering quality services and/or products.

#6 Feedback & Analytics

Having a loyal subscriber base means that you can ask them for feedback. Ask them questions about what they would like to see more of. This value will help you in evaluating changes to your business & blog. There are also stats and analytics within Mailchimp. This type of feedback will help you improve your reader base and gain subscribers.

How do I get that newsletter started you ask?

Kirsten has 3 different options for you:inbox of opportunity class options with Sweet Tea & Saving Grace blog

Kirsten’s Inbox of Opportunity is a valuable tool for your business and blog. What are you waiting for? Hop on the Inbox of Opportunity band wagon and unlock the potential of a killer newsletter! Be prepared to be WOW’d! I know you will be.

 

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Hugs to Kirsten over at Sweet Tea & Saving Grace for providing me with a copy of the stellar, Inbox of Opportunity ebook to review. I couldn’t have made it through Mailchimp without ya! This post does contain affiliate links. Please see my full disclosure policy.

5 fresh and fruity summer time favorite recipes

Hi friends! I am sharing 5 fresh and fruity summer time favorite recipes with all of you.

Nothing makes summer time more memorable than creating good eats with fresh strawberries and fruits.

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Fresh and fruity desserts

As a kid, my mom would make us kids fruit pizzas. These fresh and fruity treats were the perfect way to combine healthy fruit and a sugary snack.

mini fruit pizzas from Sweet and Savory

Mini Fruit Pizzas-Sweet and Savory by Shinee

I have yet to try this strawberry tart, but doesn’t it look just amazing? This delight would be wonderful to bring to a summer family picnic or gathering. This recipe is definitely on my list to make and try.

Strawberry Cardamon Tart

Strawberry Pistachio Cardamom Tart by Spoonful of Flavor

When I saw this crostini recipe, I knew it would satisfy every fresh and fruity craving I had! Oh my goodness, check out all that goodness.

strawberry goat cheese crostini

Strawberry Goat Cheese Crostini by Just Us Four Blog

My all time favorite dessert combination for the summer months is strawberry and rhubarb. I absolutely enjoy every last bite of the combo. This strawberry rhubarb apple dessert had me at hello!

strawberry rhubarb apple galette

Strawberry Rhubarb & Apple Galette by A Pretty Life

And, if you are like me, sometimes dessert is good for breakfast too. This strawberry poke cake would be so fresh and fruity with a cup of coffee in the morning.

strawberry poke cake

Strawberry Poke Cake by Lou Lou Girls

I can’t wait to try all these fresh and fruity strawberry recipes. They all look so mouth watering good.

If you are planning on having a family gathering and need some pretty display pieces for these delicious desserts, I have curated a collection of pretty cake pedestals and white dishes for you.

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Curated collection of pretty display pieces for these fresh and fruity desserts:


Another fresh fruit recipe you may enjoy:

peach berry cobbler recipe

Enjoy your day,
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CeCe Caldwell painted wooden stool

Today I am going to show you how easy it is to transform a wooden stool with CeCe Caldwell natural chalk and clay paint. I am also announcing the kick off of the Fab Flippin’ Furniture Contest, so stay tuned.

It was such a beautiful weekend to paint. I have had this vintage stool waiting for a makeover. It was my childhood stool given to me by my mom.  I am amazed at how it has held up all these years. It is certainly not one of those MDF stools from Target. We have those for the kiddos and then are showing a ton of wear. This wooden stool was painted black a few years back, but I wanted to freshen it up to use as a decorative counter tray instead.

Transform any vintage furniture piece into a modern style for your home with CeCe Caldwell natural chalk and clay paint. Young Kansas Wheat and Seattle Mist were used to paint this wooden stool

Here is a before shot of the stool.

CeCe Caldwell wooden stool pre transformation

Materials:

CeCe Caldwell Young Kansas Wheat

CeCe Caldwell Seattle Mist

CeCe Caldwell Wax

flower stencil

paint brushes

rag

CeCe Caldwell natural chalk and clay paint and wax

Steps:

The stool was painted in one coat of Young Kansas Wheat and left to dry.

Then a wash of Seattle Mist was applied.

A flower stencil was added to the top of the stool.

The entire piece was wet distressed.

Wax was applied with a rag over the entire piece and buffed.

CeCe Caldwell painted wooden stool

And after wax was applied:

CeCe Caldwell distressed wooden stool

 

CeCe Caldwell painted wooden stool in Young Kansas Wheat and Seattle Mist. Transform a piece you love in minutes.

 

CeCe Caldwell painted and distressed wooden stool

And if you love this transformation pin this to your favorite painted furniture Pinterest board.

Transform any vintage furniture piece into a modern style for your home with CeCe Caldwell natural chalk and clay paint. Young Kansas Wheat and Seattle Mist were used to paint this wooden stool

It is also the first Fab Furniture Flippin’ contest of the year! Myself and 5 other lovelies will be hosting a monthly furniture flippin’ contest. The group will be choosing a monthly theme. This month’s theme is Mother’s Day-Inspired by Mom. It will run May 4-May 22. Be sure to browse around the link ups below and find your favorite! If you’re interested in participating in future contests, please contact Stacy (info@anastasiavintage.com) or Evey (info@eveyscreations.com).

Stop over to view my favorite picks and winner of the May contest

 

Fab Furniture Flipping Monthly Contest Hosts. Transform a dated piece of furniture monthly with chosen themes by hosts. Join us!

This month’s inspirational projects from the coordinating hosts are ‘inspired by mom’:

Stacy @ Anastasia Vintage CeCe Caldwell project

Evey’s Creations CeCe Caldwell project

Carrie @ ThirtyEighthStreet CeCe Caldwell project

Disclosure: This contest is sponsored by CeCe Caldwell. I have been using this line of paint for a few years now and love the colors offered by this brand. All my opinions are my own.

And now it is time to be inspired by the contestants transformations!


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