June 20, 2012

Thrifty Thursday #65

We are back from the beach and had such a good time!
I'd love to post some pictures, but it's going to take me forever to go through them all and get them edited!


Do you ever find yourself not taking pictures because of the hassle of editing them???  I'm getting really bad about that and am backlogged on about a billion photos!


I'm excited to share this week's features....you all had some fabulous projects linked up!


Homespun Happenings made these "old" crates using pallet wood, an
old leather belt and a metal labels from a yard sale....and she only spent $1.50!!



To truly appreciate the makeover of this chair from 551 East Furniture 
Designsyou need to compare the before...



to the after....isn't it gorgeous!



Chase the Star turned an old dinette set into this fun table for the kid's playroom!



Country Mama Cooks created this absolutely beautiful planter using 
tomato cage and a hanging basket!



These soft pretzels from Feeding My Temple not only look delicious,
but they also don't look too complicated to make!



Love Grows Wild shared a excellent way to keep your leftover paint
organized....mason jars!!



Are you interested in designing new blog buttons?  Projects Around
the House has a very clear tutorial for how to do-it-yourself!



Finally, Jewelry Making Journal shared a great tutorial for how to make
this mixed metal wrap bracelet...it would look great with any outfit!


If you were featured this week, feel free to grab one of my buttons!


Here are some very simple suggestions for the party:
1. Please become a follower of Thrifty Decorating.
2. Be sure to link to your POST and not your blog.
3. Please copy and paste my link button somewhere in 
your post or blog so that others can link back.





You can also party with Johnnie 







16 comments:

Sarah said...

I do the same thing about photos -- I think I try to over think the editing process. Now I immediately pick 1-2 photos from each 'event' or place and only edit those right away. The others get 'stored' on my jump drive. Love those 'crates' by Homespun -- have to go check those out!

Anne said...

Thanks for hosting! Cute features :)

KCoake said...

Glad your beach trip was great. Thanks for hosting the link party!

Betsy @ Anna Nimmity said...

Thanks for hosting this fun party! :)

Tammy said...

Thanks for the Feature! I know what you mean about pictures :( Thanks for hosting!

Our Pinteresting Family said...

Thanks so much for hosting! Enjoy your evening. Megan

Deana said...

Thanks for hosting and for featuring my Tomato Cage Planter : )

Laurel@chippingwithcharm said...

Great features...gonna have to check out the blog button post. I need help :) Thanks for hosting, Laurel

Taryn @ Design, Dining + Diapers said...

Thanks so much for hosting each week Nicole! Love that DIY crate!

Stuff and Nonsense said...

it's 11 pm right now
and those pretzels
would taste mighty good
right about now

love the features

glad you had a good trip

thanks for hosting!

alison

Good Time Charlie said...

I have a little picture gallery where I can hang recent photos and I used to change them out every month? Well, guess what, Christmas and even last summer are still up there!!!! I have had it on my to-do list for days now to go through all those photos and order the prints. Dreading, dreading, dreading. So glad you had fun at the beach! Thank you so much for the party. LOVE that first feature, going to check that out!

Bliss said...

Love those crates, the tomato cage planter is great, and I'm gonna have to check out the blog button tutorial later.

~Bliss~

Christine@ Projects Around the House said...

Thanks for featuring my blog button tutorial!

Chase the Star said...

Thanks so much for featuring my dinette set makeover!! Love the features and looking forward to reading about beautifying my blog!
XO, Barbara
http://chase-thestar.blogspot.com

Lil Mama Stuart said...

oh NO! that makes me SO sad to hear....don't NOT take photos just because you feel the need to edit them! That's why it's a benefit to shoot in manual and get it right in camera = less editing!

anusha bizconn said...

Interesting post.
Established in the year 1996, Rajanaa Wood is engaged in the sphere of manufacturing and supplying a wide range of industrial packaging materialsWooden Boxes, Pallets and Crates

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