July 19, 2011

Finding Vintage Inspiration & Share the Love Wednesday Link Party #22!

Last week's party set record attendance! Thanks to all of you for stopping by and linking up and for the AMAZING ideas you've added to the party. Here were my favorites! I can't wait to see the inspiration you bring this week. Take note of all of the details in each of these posts I've featured. There are some great ideas in the pictures that may not be mentioned in their post text. For instance... that pretty birdcage below filled with vintage postcards... what a great way to store and show a collection of vintage cards or photos!

Favs from Last Week...

Do you need a flea market fix? Head on over to Sullivan & Murphy to visit Sue's recap of Horton's French Flea Market! I enjoy these "tour with me" posts... they give me an idea of what the market is like. With this particular post though, you'll see even more. There are some fabulous creative ideas for things to make or ways to style your displays in this particular post. Check it out!

I loved this outdoor kitchen post and I know you did too... it gathered the most click throughs of all the links last week! Jann's garden is so pretty. You'll love how she has transformed this vintage stove into a gorgeous garden element. The beauty is truly in all her careful details; do stop by A Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson.

Patty shares some pretty red dishes from her grandmother (these dishes were free in cereal boxes!) a few other of her thrifty finds and her pictures are gorgeous. It's the styling... you can tell she's having fun making her home beautiful and sharing it with us. I love how she has set up each and every one of her photos in this post. If you need some inspiration in crafting post photos... stop by A Few Pennies!

 I have been on the lookout for some cute pots to hold fresh herbs and this tutorial from Christie at Claremont Avenue (the first link of the party... thanks, Christie!) is a fabulous idea. These sweet pails are her own creation made from the some dollar aisle finds at Target. She used chalkboard paint for the labels and the best part is, they can be changed should she decide to use them for another purpose in her home. Click here to find out how to make them!

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