I've teamed up with Jen from Noting Grace and Lindsay at Repurpose and Upcycle, both fellow DIYers, to help spread some love and introduce you to new accounts and bloggers! We are hosting a super fun link-up party for everyone, bloggers and non-bloggers alike! You can share your blog post here, showing off a DIY creation you made, or if you are a non-blogger, you can share your DIY with us on Instagram using the hashtag #iDIYedthat. Every Tuesday, we will each be sharing our favorite pick from one blogger and one non-blogger from the previous week on our blogs, Instagram accounts, Facebook pages, and even a dedicated Pinterest board! Here are this weeks features.
Y'all, THIS KITCHEN! Angela Rose just knocks DIY projects out of the park, like to a whole new league, every week my jaw drops looking at the spaces she shares with us. From the stools that are perfectly chippy to the countertops and floating shelves there is just so much to see. I dream of living in her house!
This right here has be BEGGING my husband to help me take all of our doors off the hinges so I can paint the hardware. Our hinges are old brass ones, our knobs are silver, and almost all the hardware we have added is oil rubbed bronze and it drives me NUTS! One of the biggest reasons I haven't done this already is because I knew that it would wear off from use quickly if it wasn't prepped properly and now I know how to do it! Nadia added a fresh coat of paint to the doors themselves and once it was all done it totally changed everything about the space. You can find all the details and the full tutorial here!
Want to know to link up? It's super easy! Share up to three of your original posts from your blog with something you DIYed (no shops or giveaways please) by clicking the button below.
You can share your project by using #iDIYedThat on Instagram - just make sure your profile is set to public so we can see it. You'll also need to be following your hosts for a chance to be featured!
I had so much fun sharing these lovely ladies' projects with you. Be sure to check out all of the projects that were shared for #iDIYedthat on Instagram and you can find more of our favorites on the Pinterest board linked above! It's not necessary to visit other blogs, but if you see something that inspires you, go to the original source and let them know! We can't wait to see what you share!