It’s a Crafty Party! The DIY Link up #45

DIY – Do it Yourself

Creating art, decorating and remodeling your living space, doing it all yourself not only saves money, it’s fun and feels pretty good!

Come share your projects here –

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But remember – This is  DIY Party!  Make sure you include instructions~

This party is not for selling items, recipes or food posts or travel – it is only Do it Yourself projects WITH instructions.  Sadly, all others will be deleted.

But if you have a great recipes, please share it here:  What’s for Dinner Sunday Link up


And now – a HUGE thank you to everyone who shared last week!  There were some great ideas.  And here are the most visited posts!

 Please visit the featured bloggers and leave them a comment.  Let them know how amazing they are!


Thank you Pillar Blue Box for sharing the top visited post!  How to Make Simple but Beautiful Map Roses – 

How to make map roses. Lovely home decoration and great Valentines gift. Flowers that don't wilt and die.


The second most visited post is The Apple Street Cottage – check out this fun use of an old shirt!  Make a Shirt Pillow!


I love soy candles and I love lavender – Eccentricities by JVG gives a great tutorial on making Lavender and floral Soy Wax Candles.

Lavender and floral soy wax candles


Check out this gorgeous cheese board from the Navage Patch – A Turquoise Inlay Cheese Board!

DIY Turquoise Inlay Cheese Board | How to make a cutting board | Handmade cutting board | How to make a cheese board | Step-by-step tutorial for handmade cheese board using walnut and turquoise stone | Cheese board with turquoise inlay | DIY stone inlay | How to inlay turquoise stone | DIY walnut cutting board | DIY walnut cheese board | DIY crushed turquoise inlay | How to crush turquoise for inlay | DIY home decor | DIY kitchen decor | Woodworking & diy | How to apply food safe varnish | TheNavagePatch.com


And now it’s your turn to share your DIY projects.  Please follow the rules below:

  • Pleases post crafts and DIY projects (with instructionsonly.  Sadly, others will be removed. 
  • Please do not post sites that are sales sites (i.e. Etsy, “blogs” that are used as sites to sell, etc.), posts that advertise items for sale or any other post that does not include a craft or art project!   This is a party for do it your-selfers!
  • It would be great to share something new to us here – Please don’t share the same thing you shared recently!
  •  I’ll visit every post – and I ask you to Please visit two posts for every one you share.  That’s what makes it a PARTY!  And don’t forget to leave comments!!  Us bloggers live for comments!
  • The party runs from Sunday to Friday night (giving you the weekend to try out some of the great projects!) 
  • Help us Grow!  Let all your friends on Twitter and Facebook know about the party! The more the merrier!

Ready to party?  Lets go!

Don’t forget to comment!



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About Helen Fern

I live in the upper Willamette Valley with my amazing husband and four very spoiled cats - three adopted feral cats and one shelter baby. We have lived here since the dawn of 1991 and love every inch of the region.
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19 Responses to It’s a Crafty Party! The DIY Link up #45

  1. Teresa says:

    Wonderful party, thank you for hosting!

  2. Thank you for hosting the linkup. My first time here. I appreciate the opportunity to connect.

  3. Thanks for hosting – have a wonderful week!

  4. Handan says:

    Helen, thank you so much for featuring Greg’s cheese board! Hope you have a fantastic week ahead! 🙂

  5. Thanks for hosting! Have a nice week.

  6. Jasmine says:

    Hi Helen, thank you so much for the feature of the lavender and floral candles this week. Thank you for hosting every week. Have a great week.

  7. Thanks for the party, Helen and have a great week!

  8. Claire says:

    Thank you so much for featuring my map roses. I hope you have a had a good weekend.

  9. Aww I see some relly fun projects this week.
    Just shared my Terra cotta planters I made a few years ago.
    Have a great week!
    Karren

  10. Beverly says:

    Thanks for the party, Helen. Hope you have a wonderful week.

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