Welcome to our Creative Spark Link Party #118!
I hope you enjoyed the Labor Day holiday; we had a low-key weekend and sent off summer by working on some projects around the house and enjoying a few cold drinks!
While you’re here, I hope you’ll check out the DIY plant stand I completed over the weekend as well as this simple floral arrangement I put together—it’s the perfect bridge between summer and fall!
We know that you are constantly looking for inspiration and we wanted be able to provide a place for you to come for inspiration! So every Wednesday hop on over here to Creative Spark Wednesday where FOUR blogs (that’s right, FOUR): Weekend Craft, My Paper Craze, Please Excuse the Craftermath, and Two Purple Couches join together to feature projects, provide a place for bloggers to link up and a crafting/DIY hub of inspiration. So what is a Link Party? It’s the perfect opportunity to share YOUR projects and gain inspiration from other crafters who are linking up their own! PLUS, as a bonus, when you enter your projects into the link up, you could have your project featured by one of our blogs! Each week, we all choose our own features to post up and show the world AND pin your project to our Party Pinterest Board! Be sure to follow along to get the latest and greatest features from the parties!
Interested in checking out all the crafty inspiration your amazing hosts have to offer? Hit up these social media platforms to get a peek into our world:
Fall Mantel from The Honeycomb Home
Reese Cheesecake from Simply Stacie
Bathroom Makeover from Thrift Diving
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Mini Loaves from Gluesticks Blog
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Thanks for including my fall mantel along with these other amazing features! 🙂
Roxanne recently posted…Vintage Steamer Trunk Nightstand
It turned out so lovely, Roxanne! Thanks for linking up with our party 🙂
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