Vintage Charm #49

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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

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Arty Bookmarks with Vintage Papers
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How to Use Cake Stands to Create a Tiered Tray Display
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DIY White Modern Farmhouse Painted Kitchen Cabinets
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Vintage Fascination No. 100
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Party Features

— Diana’s Pick —

Last week, Jessica, who blogs at My DIY Envy, radically transformed a 80’s era TV Cabinet into a thing of beauty. “Soldier Blue” milk paint and a set of brushed metal handles helped create a handsome piece of furniture that I’m sure filled many readers with DIY envy(!).

— Cecilia’s Pick —

There is so much talent out in blogland and on Pinterest; it’s not often I come across a technique that I have never heard of before. I’ve seen a variety of lovely DIY countertops–from painted, to concrete, to reclaimed wood.

Marie-Helene from Kingsbury Brook Farm shares a detailed tutorial on How to Make Laminate Countertops Look Like Wood and let me tell you, they are stunning!

It would never occur to me that they are anything but wood. I am so inspired, there may be a makeover for my countertops in the near future.


— Kathleen’s Pick —

Guest Feature: Lisa from Recreated Designs shares a great faux, 3-dimensional painting tip in Making a Stencil Multidimensional on My Faux Galvanized Pail.

It’s a simple trick that anyone can do to make their artwork stand out and be noticed. As someone who likes to stencil, I’ll definitely be trying this one out. Her pails look fabulous, by the way.


— Sharon’s Pick —

Sarah at Sadie Seasongoods made the most adorable fabric pumpkins I’ve seen this year.  She brilliantly chose bandanna’s to create her pumpkins, and she shares her terrific tutorial with us in Country Bumpkin Halloween Bandanna Pumpkin.  Love these delightful bandanna pumpkins!


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  1. Good Morning, Diana — It’s good to be back with you. I read about your bookmarks yesterday and thought they are so unique and cheery. Have a good — great — weekend.

    1. So glad to have you back, Ann Marie! I’ve missed you and your wonderful MCM finds and makeovers! Thanks for kind thoughts about my bookmarks 🙂 Hope your weekend is a great one, too–

  2. Diana, Kathleen, Sharon & Cecelia – thank you ladies for another great (recipe-free) party. What great shares. Kathleen – the kitchen makeover is awesome. That cast iron magazine/newspaper display – truly defcon junking! Wow!
    And the Drunk Table. Brilliant. I could invite the rugby boys back for barbeques!
    Thanks for another great Thursday.

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