Welcome to Vintage Charm
Thanks for joining the party!
We look forward to reading all of your vintage posts–
your latest finds, crafts, and DIYs.
Link up your vintage: furniture flips, roadside finds,
repurposed projects, collections, home decor, and more.
Here’s What Your Hostesses Have Been Up To
Wow! We had some terrific projects and informational posts linked up last week.
Believe me when I say it’s not easy to just pick one, but I do think you’ll enjoy the ones we chose.
I hope you’ll help make this party a success by visiting our featured bloggers,
along with a few others from today’s party–
— Diana’s Pick —
If you’re a big fan of trays of any kind, as I am, then you’ll just love the DIY Dutch Tulip Tray that Sara at 12 on Main created. I think absolutely amazing about covers it–love the vintage farmhouse vibe and the great instructions she provides so we can all make one of our own.
— Sharon’s Pick —
Heidi at My Sweet Cottage has a hard time ignoring any piece of interesting furniture that has been kicked to the curb, but the day she saw this chair her inner voice was screaming, “You idiot!” She took it home anyway and wisely decided to turn it into garden art. Go visit Heidi and follow her journey to bring a roadside rescue back to life and into one incredible piece of growing art work.
— Kathleen’s Pick —
Carrie from Thirty Eighth Street refurbished a French provincial bedroom set from plain Jane to over-the-top gorgeous. As an added treat she provides a sweet back story to the pieces and their prior owners as well. Her A Furniture Facelift: The Dixie Bedroom Collection is a must read.
— Cecilia’s Pick —
Mary at The Boondocks Blog is a clever lady when it comes to upcycling. This week she wows us with Upcycling the Milk Crate Table and shows us step by step how she restored one of her favorite projects after it was exposed to winter’s rain and dust. I adore the rustic simplicity–drop by and check out her beautiful work!
— Tuula’s Pick —
Just in time for Memorial Day, Debra at Shoppe No. 5, created the perfect patriotic wall art in her post: What is Red, White, and Blue with Chicken Wire? Chicken wire plus pallet wood equals fantastic farmhouse style. Debra provides all the details we need to make one of our very own.
Thank you all for linking up!
We hope you’ll follow our Vintage Charm Features and Favorites board on Pinterest,
and check it every week. We don’t just pin features, but many other posts we love as well.
We want to build your traffic and popularity any way we can.
If you were featured today,
please grab our party button:
- Content: Submit up to three posts that involve vintage finds, crafts, DIYs, or other vintage subject matter. No recipes, shop link-ups, or direct advertising, please.
- Link-back: Be sure to include the Vintage Charm button or a text link back to the party in your linked post. This is mandatory to be featured.
- Visitation: Please visit other blog posts—after all, that’s what a link up is all about. When pinning, please go to the source of a photo to pin it to Pinterest, so the originator of the post gets the credit.
- Hostess Love: Consider following each of your party hostesses blogs and/or one or more forms of social media. We love connecting with each of our guests and will be highlighting features on all of our social media.
- Spread the Word: Consider mentioning Vintage Charm on your social media to help spread the word and make this party a great experience for everyone.
- Prizes: Keep in mind that each month we will select one of the month’s featured posts to be Featured on all four hostesses blogs. At the end of the year, one of the twelve monthly features will be selected as the Grand Prize Feature of the Year. Prize TBA.
- Permission: By linking up to Vintage Charm you assert that the photographs are yours (or you have permission to use them), and you give your hostesses permission to feature them on social media or a blog party, with a link back to your blog. You likewise assert that the content of your post is also yours.
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