March 13, 2011

Sunday Linky Party #6 + Goodies

Hi all, a quick note before we get to the showcase --
today's the last day to enter my giveaway, so give it a look! :) Now then, there were so many amazing home decor posts in last week's linky, I think I may have to call this week's showcase the Home Decor Edition! I'm also showing more projects this week than last week because there were so many good ones.

Got an old mismatched teacup that's too pretty to part with? Domestiquette has a super simple tutorial for how to make a fragrant and elegant teacup candle! I really love this idea and you won't want to skip this one.

Isn't this newly upholstered chair just charming? It's a bit of a time-consuiming project, but Little Guess Family shows you how in a step-by-step photo tutorial. The upside is you get a wonderfully unique chair, exactly the way you like it!

Here's a gorgeous pillow to go with your charming new chair! You can make any design you want, and The Crafty Cpa shows you how. This is one of my favorite craft-tutorial websites -- it's a goldmine!

Isn't this coat hook hanger so amazing? I just love the idea of using tree branch trimmings as hooks! Learn more about how this was made at Moss and Clover.

It's almost Spring! Brighten up your patio with fun terra cotta candle holders! Maybe you've been wanting to paint some of your pots but wasn't sure what kind of paint to use, or you really love an image in a magazine and wish it were on your pot instead. Cluttered Closet shows you how with some very helpful techniques to get the beautiful pot that you've always wanted!

This is such a great idea, you'll wonder why you haven't thought of it yourself. It's also a very simple project! Make some sophisticated wall art for your bedroom, living room, kitchen, etc and look like you paid a million bucks (okay, maybe not a million, but you get my point :) The Elephant's Trunk shows you how.

Another great idea in simple-project form. Make your own cookie cutters! The DIY Home Sweet Home Project not only shows you how to make cookie cutters, but she throws in a recipe for veggie chips as well. Sweet!

Make cute leather booties for your favorite babies! The Polka-Dot Umbrella shows you how to find affordable supplies, what to look for in leather, how to sew some booties, and lots of other good advice!

This is a great project to learn because how many times have you wished you could design and print your own t-shirt? Joy Is At Home printed her own custom baby onesies and teaches you how she did it, along with some valuable tips.


Join the fun every Sunday and link up your latest blog post! I will be featuring my favorite blog posts from this list on the next Sunday Linky Party. You can post anything you'd like to share! :)

Please link a specific blog post and not the overall homepage! 

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Rachel at Sun Scholars said...

Hi Jen!
It appears your link party is set to begin on the 19th... I'm not able to link up.

petite hermine said...

Thanks for catching that! Fixed it ;)

MeLi said...

Hi Jen; thanks for the feature!; I love your blog and I'm glad my project can inspire many to create a lovely candle to brighten up their days and add warmth to their home *_^


Maggie said...

Hi Jen
Visiting you today thru the Tablescaper's Seasonal Sunday gathering.
Thanks for all the great links to these crafty blogs, I'll be off to check them out later.

Anonymous said...

Thanks again for hostessing each week!

Rachel at Sun Scholars said...

Thanks Jen! Love the featured items this week. Very cool! Thanks for hosting!

Jamie said...

Thank you for hosting and thank you so much for featuring my cookie cutters.

Simone @ Doberman's by the Sea said...

Thanks for hosting. cheers

Emily - faliLV said...

I like the love idea - so simple and sweet!!

Shannon said...

Thank you so much for my FIRST feature:) I was very excited when I woke up this morning!
Shannon @ clutteredcloset

Suzy @ Joy Is At Home said...

Thank you SO MUCH for the feature!!! You ROCK! I also love the coat rack... It is so unique!!! I'll be back for your next linky party, for sure!

Meri said...

Oooh I really want to make those cookie cutters! The terra cotta candles are really fun too. Good finds!

melissa said...

I love this linky party! Cute photos!