Welcome to Shabbilicious Friday
This is the place we come to each week to share all that is
‘Shabbilicious’… and where we ‘embrace imperfections’.
Hi everyone. I’m excited to be this week’s host for our Shabbilicious link party. So many projects this week are right up my alley, I really enjoyed scrolling through everything. You’ll see me pinning and Facebooking away throughout the week featuring your projects, stay tuned 😉
Have you caught up with all the "perfectly imperfect" happenings here at my house? If you love industrial decor like I do, we recently updated our family room in an industrial (aka, shabbilicious) motif. Here are three main projects that make up the entire space:
Our outdoor challenge for May is wrapping up, be sure visit this weekend to see our outdoor DIY project reveals. Our June challenge is "Knock Off Projects".
Won’t you join us?
And now, here are this week’s…
Wendi is updating her home in a gorgeous, beachy motif at H2OBungalow. I had the chance to meet her while at a blogging conference last July and can’t wait to see her again this year. I love her cute table makeover, and like she says–"not everything has to be a complicated DIY". Simple is sometimes better.
This is the FIRST time I have ever seen a typewriter mounted on a wall. But isn’t this so creative, and this breakfast nook so adorable? Ann from Tarnished Royalty updated her space with lighter colors and fresh paint. Thank you for linking up and your amazing inspiration.
Jessica from DearEmmeline also had a room challenge last month, and I think all linkers will agree that this is absolutely beautiful. Below is just a glimpse, but be sure to take the full tour here. Jessica, will you come decorate my house?? 🙂
I love it when reader share their lovely collections, and Jacqueline from Cabin and Cottage has the prettiest mix of transferware and monogrammed silver. I have to agree with Jacqueline, sometimes there are just staples in our decor that we MUST have, and these are keepers.
Su at Butterfly and Bungalow shows us the perfect set of ingredients that make up an afternoon tea. I am posting more recipes now on my blog, and I can’t tell if it’s the yummy recipes or the amazing photography that caught my eye. Maybe a little of both 😉
You all know I love a good upcycle, and this is so fancy you would have never known it was a light fixture, but now it’s a beautiful cloche thanks to Kimberley’s creativity at Seaside Ave.
How many of you have a broken or leaky birdbath (raises hand). I have my own similar DIY project ahead of me this weekend and planned on doing something similar. Thank you, Patti, at Old Things New for some decorating inspiration for my own broken has-beens.
Thank you to everyone for linking up.
If you were featured this week, please grab a button.
And, please stop by to say hello to your fabulous co-hosts!
( And see what they’ve been up to this week too!)
Now Let’s Party!
Each week, the features and some of our favorites will be shared on all five of our blogs and pinned to the Shabbilicious Friday Pinterest Board for even more exposure. We also feature on Facebook and Google+, along w/ a #ff Twitter shout out!
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!!