Pumpkin Parade Link Party

I’m glad yesterday’s feather tickled all your fancies… see what I did there?  Did you get a chance to see everyone’s pumpkins?  Here’s the SparkNotes version for you slackers needing to write a last minute book report:

Pumpkin-parade-pumpkins

Shift Ctrl Art
Primitive & Proper
Decor and the Dog
A Little Bite of Everything
A Swell Place to Dwell
Newly Woodwards
Boxy Colonial
Wills Casa
Cuckoo4Design
Bliss at Home
Go Haus Go

Now, it’s time to share your pumpkin projects!
You can link up on any of our blogs listed above. Please use a permalink and link to as many projects as you wish, as long as the posts involve pumpkins. The linky below will stay live through Tuesday. Next week, each of us will spotlight a few of our favorite projects on our blogs. We’ll also pin those projects on our shared Pinterest board.

The only rules:
1. Please share a pumpkin post – could be decor, crafts, cooking or something else.
2. Please link back to the Pumpkin Parade and at least one of our blogs.
3. Please go to at least one other blog and comment. This is what makes the parade extra fun.

Can’t wait to see your projects!

 



$15 / 15 Minute Project Link Party!

Covering Canvas in fabric - quick DIY home decor

Happy Monday, Internet!  If you’re like me, you have the day off work today.  Bank holidays are a glorious thing.

Me and my girls from the DIY Action Squad (DIYAS for short) are ready to party today!

DIY action squad

Whoever said Monday wasn’t a party day, never met the DIYAS.  Partying on Mondays is so fetch.

As you remember, we decided that our projects would be $15 (or less) and could be completed in 15 minutes.

To be honest, this was a project I struggled with.  I’m not into quickies.  But I AM into makeshift temporary art.  As you know, we are planning a big living room/dining room/kitchen reno.  However, that doesn’t mean that I can’t have temporary art for my living room, right?

 I had some old canvases  with yellow chevron fabric from my ugly old bedroom.  And I also had some new ikat fabric that was sitting in a closet, waiting for a last minute craft project.

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