Holla everyone. Glad you are here! I have a fun invite for all of you. I created a group Pinterest board and I would love for you to be a part of it! It’s called the DIYs Crafts & Recipes group board and it’s for all DIY, craft, lifestyle, and recipe bloggers. Right now it has just under 20k followers, so it’s a great way to help you promote your stuff. If you would like an invite, simply email me your email address and a link to your pinterest profile to email@example.com with the subject line, “PINTEREST GROUP BOARD”. I’ll get an invite over to you right away.
** So, are you new here? I throw the Hookin’ Up with HoH Party every week to give all of you a chance to find other awesome blogs to read. Below you will find several hundred mini links to other people’s blog posts. Have fun browsing through the links in search of new ideas. Also, if you are a blogger, please feel free to add your own links to the list!
Please refrain from posting links to shops and stores.
Please note: RECIPES/FOOD is a separate link. Please make sure you are linking in the appropriate section.
Here are some of my favorites from last week’s party:
Adding beautiful trim to my windows in our new house is at the top of my list (just after painting everything) and Remodelando la Casa has a great tutorial teaching you how to do it!
The Turquoise Home shares what has been on my mind a lot lately – navy! Tons of navy inspiration here.
Here’s an easy tutorial showing you how to create a fake ceiling beam (that looks totally legit!) from Saving 4 Six.
The Junk House created this fun little Eiffel Tower art from some shims.
This Lego mini figure storage display from Clean & Scentsible is pretty amazing. It looks like art now.
A Creative Princess made that W plaque on the shelf for like a dollar? I think she said. Dang! I love DIY!
HouseMADEhome took a dorm room hot pink table and turned it chic and stylish with a little bit of spray paint.
Life on the V Side is living it up with her new planked wall. She shares some great little tips too.
Condo Blues shows how to easily cut a glass bottle. I’ve read several of these tutorials and this one by far seems the easiest.
Check out this amazing beadboard ceiling and shelves from Living Vintage.
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