Welcome to The Farmhouse Friday Link Party #61!
Hey guys! How was your week?
My hubby got some unexpected time off from his current contracting gig this week, so we took advantage of it and got some stuff caught up around our house and yard. It always feels so good to get things caught up around here! It’s a never-ending battle to keep things up with a large yard, but I’ll take it over living in town any day 🙂 And the rewards make it so worth it – our tomatoes are starting to come in and our zucchini isn’t too far behind. I can’t wait to start making all my summer zucchini recipes (even though I know I’ll be sick of zucchini by the end of summer!). 😀
This week’s features:
I once read somewhere that the simplest projects are the best. Just because something is simple to put together doesn’t take away anything from the finished project. That’s certainly the case here with this wire spool coffee table over at Penny’s Vintage Home. It’s one of those why-didn’t-I-think-of-that-myself projects that is super-simple to put together and the end result is amazing! You’ll also want to see the clock she transformed into a beautiful shabby chic birdhouse, so be sure to check it out on her blog.
I can’t get enough of farmhouse pillows! This farmhouse pillow fun tutorial over at A Fresh-Squeezed Life shows just how easy it is to stencil up some of your own.
The 4th of July is just around the corner! This time of year I’m always on the hunt for patriotic farmhouse decor inspiration. When I saw the 4th of July decor in vintage chic style over at Camelot Art Creations, I was awe by how she mixed patriotic and vintage elements to create a gorgeous tablescape and vignette in her dining room.
Are you just getting into farmhouse style decor, but aren’t sure about where to start? Whether you’re new to farmhouse style or a seasoned decorating pro, you’ll get some great direction with 7 favorite decorating secrets over at Thistlewood Farms.
The party rules are super simple! Link up your favorite DIY projects, decor projects, and crafts that are farmhouse style. If it doesn’t fit into that description, please don’t link it up. Please no food/recipe posts. You can link up your new and old posts alike as long as you only link them up here once.
I don’t require you to link back to this party, but if you do, I would sure appreciate it! I also don’t require you visit or comment on other blogger’s linkups, but it’s always a nice way to share the bloggy love! Comments are like Skittles to bloggers – we love them and we can’t get enough of them! If you pin anything from the party, please pin it from the original source.
By linking up, you will get a chance to be featured here at next week’s party! You will also get a chance for your post to be shared on my Facebook group DIY Farmhouse Style, which at this writing has over 306 thousand members.
By linking up to this party, you agree to give me permission to share your posts and pictures via social media and as features, roundups, etc. with an explicit link back to your original source.
Thanks so much for stopping by The Farmhouse Friday Link Party! I hope you have a wonderful weekend and week ahead, and I’ll see you back here next Friday!