Thank you to those who took the time to link up to last week's party, you helped make our party a success! But if you missed it, then you can always link up on Thursdays after 4 pm EST.
It's always hard to choose features, but this week we're talking about budget home projects. There were so many ways you can fix up your home, that do not require the big bucks. Let's talk about a few of them. [ PS – if you’re featured, you’ll also get a pin on our Handmade Hangout pin board! Woohoo!] Are you ready?
Paint is one of the cheapest and easiest ways to transform your home.
Suzanne from the Painted Drawer creates the loveliest painted treasures, including this stenciled antique dresser.
Anam from Delicious and DIY has an eye for pattern, here's a beautiful hexagonal wall she painted.
Let's not forget about faux paint treatments, while we are at it.
Kristi from Making it in the Mountains shows us how to whitewash wood and get the perfect look.
It always save money to renovate your own home,...if you can!
Sarah from 702 Park Project is totally killing it with her bathroom reno. You will not believe what she started with, and then here's a small glimpse of the after. Well done, Sarah.
You can use your existing decor to hide eyesores.
Adreinne from Chic California had the wonderful idea to use an old book cover to disguise her router. I'll be honest, I will totally be looking for a bookless cover after this!
Try building something from scratch to save cash.
Katie from Upcycled Treasures shows us how to create furniture from beginning to end, like this pipe and wood desk.
Look at free piles or friendly swaps to upcycle.
Leigh Anne from Houseologie remade this nearly-free mauve kids chair into this white and gold dipped outdoor chair.
Have furniture that doesn't work? Try combining pieces in a new way, to get a whole new piece.
Liz from Love Grows Wild had the fantastic idea to pair an bookcase and office cabinet, to form this one piece. I love the hardware on the bookcase and it looks like it came this way!
How about making something from scratch?
Megan from Two Feet First created this darling bag from just a bag of hemp rope- that she got on sale! I am in awe, seriously!
Those were a few of my favorites this week. But there are so many awesome ones, make sure to look for your own favorites. If you were featured today, I hope you'll grab a button and shout the good news out!
I hope you'll stop by next Thursday for our next party, I can't wait to see what you're working on.