Happy Saturday! Guys… I slept in until noon and it was GLORIOUS! Seriously… I haven’t done that in forever and I feel A-MAH-ZING! Like use all the exclamation points, annoyingly good!!!! I should add getting more rest to my goals for 2016, because apparently I need it.
However, with a serious chunk out of my day and the family wondering when we are getting things underway, I need to get right to the Celebrate Your Story Link Party. If you haven’t had a chance to check out the submissions from last week, you can find them all HERE. The creativity of these bloggers is inspiring and I found it difficult to narrow it down to just three to share with you. Ultimately, for today’s feature I went with ideas that renewed, reused or recycled.
Cynthia shared her top posts from 2015 and the over-arching theme is one of giving new life to existing pieces. I can see why this nightstand was in her top 5 from 2015. It’s simply gorgeous!
I love this vintage find and how Diana decided to reuse it. In this season of organization, the possibilities for this upcycled caddy are endless.
I know that last week I featured a recipe stand, but this repurposed idea is too fun not to share. Sadie saw this thrift store shelf and was inspired to turn it into something new for her kitchen. Plus the color she chose is so bright and cheery!
Now let’s get this party started! What have you been working on this week? Chloe, Sandra and I want to see your creative work, so drop a link below.
Here are the details to join in on the Celebrate Your Story! Link Party:
- Follow the host blogs.
- If you are participating in Celebrate Your Story!, please be sure to add your permalink, and not your general blog address.
- Do not add your post name/blog name IN ALL CAPS.
- Please include a link in your post back to the party.
- No Etsy shop links or similar, please link to original content on your blog.
- Visit at least two fellow Story Sharers and leave them some love on their post!
Please note: by joining the Celebrate Your Story! Link Party you are giving your hosts permission to share your content on their site and social media platforms. Any photos used will be appropriately credited with links directing readers to your site.
I’m off to salvage a little of this day, but I can’t wait to see what you’ve been up to!