Hey hey! There you are! Welcome to my second week as a co-host of Waste Not Wednesday! (don’t worry, I’m not going to keep counting… ;)) If you’re passionate about thrifting, upcycling, and decorating on a budget, or even if you’re just curious, this link party is for you! Prepare to be inspired, my sweet friends. Let’s go!
Waste Not Wednesday-51
Please follow your hosts on Social Media, we’re cooking up all kinds of fun everywhere!
Here’s what we’ve been up to:
Our Favorite Waste Not Wednesday Projects:
Vintage Spoon Display as Herb Drying Rack | My Thrift Store Addiction
A Pretty Pansy Vignette | An Extraordinary Day
How To Transform Second Hand Furniture | Thirty Eighth Street
Vintage Ammo Can Succulent Upcycle | Pink Fortitude
Corrugated Metal Filing Cabinet | The Red Painted Cottage
If you were featured this week at Waste Not Wednesday- feel free to grab our button and share the love!
- Please make sure that you link to your own specific post and not your homepage.
- All links must belong to you.
- Please do not link up any other link parties, giveaways or a product you are selling unless it comes with a tutorial.
- We want this party to stay around so don’t just link and run. Be sure to stop by at least 2 other links and show some love.
- Please don’t pin from the thumbnails in this post. Click on the link and pin from the original source.
- By linking up here at Waste Not Wednesday you are giving us permission to use your photos and links to promote the party or in other roundups.
- You can link up to 3 of your DIY, Home Decor, Recipes or Craft projects.
- It would be greatly appreciated to follow us on one social platform.
- Please only link up with projects that you have not shared with Waste Not Wednesday before.
As an added bonus each week, there will be an additional feature of the most clicked project!
How To Find Your Decorating Style | Snazzy Little Things
Now let’s see what you’ve been up to for
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