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
Man. It was so hard to pick just one feature this week!
You guys really outdid yourselves and linked up some super posts.
Thanks for joining in the fun week after week. Be sure to visit a few link-ups & make new friends.
— Diana’s Pick —
I’m absolutely in awe of the fabulous makeover Sara at Orphans With Makeup gave this vintage oak dresser, using the color “Little Lamb.” And she staged it perfectly with the most adorable, real live lamb. It doesn’t get much cuter than this, does it?
— Sharon’s Pick —
Sarah at Sadie Seasongoods has done it again. With the Fourth of July just around the corner, she wanted to create something patriotic with a star colander. So she painted and stitched it, but she didn’t stop there. After some debate with herself about what to put in the colander, she added some painted rattan spheres and flags to make one amazing patriotic centerpiece. Hop over to see Sarah’s Star-Spangled Colander Patriotic Centerpiece and you just might want to make one yourself.
I’m a big fan of old wooden boxes. I like to pick them up at thrift stores and barn sales and transform them. So you can imagine how much I loved Rescue Rehab’s Mining Box Re-Do. Her choice of pig image and vintage graphics was spot-on, allowing her to repurpose the old mining box into something special for her home. Be sure to stop by and check it out!
I don’t know about you, but I’ve been traveling vicariously through Melissa from Melissa’s Antiques, most recently via The Old National Road Yard Sale. I’ve followed her adventures on Instagram and coveted her finds. This week she shares how she used a tote full of quilt squares she found on her road trip to add character to her antique booth in Quickie #3. Since I adore quilts and upcycled banners and yard sales, I was hooked and you will be too when you see her other yard sale scores and booth of vintage treasures.
— Tuula’s Pick —
I love having fun and whimsical touches in the garden and AnnMarie from Musings of a Vintage Junkie shares so many fabulous vignettes in her As My Garden Grows post that it was hard for me to pick just one photo for this feature. Everything she created looks so fabulous! You really must pop over and take a look for yourself. I just know you’ll be inspired!
Thank you all for linking up!
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- 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.
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- 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.
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