Link Party #145 and the Fab Features!

Is spring Springing in your neighborhood? I hope so!  It is quite nice here, and we can even see some of the bulbs my daughter planted sprouting up.  Speaking of Spring, I had a spring in my step as I finished some projects.  I found a bunch of great stuff this week in Dumpster Dives too!  Here is what I shared:

redouxinteriros work of march 13th 2014How to Paint a Faux Rust Finish using CeCe Caldwells Chalk and Clay based paints.  Much easier than you think, and so fun!  Trashy Tuesday, I could redecorate my whole house!  How to transform an old cart to a gorgeous bar cart with a surprising metal aged top.  (Show you how, you won’t believe what I used).  And my favorite, Old Metal Boxes from a sad Pie Safe that went to heaven, turned gorgeous Flower Planters.

Now for the fabulous Redoux features!

This chair has been so popular this past week around the blogosphere, and for good reason. It is an amazing makeover, and Melanie at Lost and Found shows us all that repurposing and reupholstering a project are very possible for anyone with some determination and willingness to learn.  You must go see the before to appreciate the after!    Lost and Found chair

This mini kitchen makeover from House of Hawkes has major impact!  I love the before and after, and how fresh the after looks!


This next project just made my heart pump fast!  The color is GORGEOUS! From Beth at Make Me Pretty Again, she took a hohum Vanity in need of a makeover with dings, scratches and all and  transformed it to this show stopper! She even added fabric to the sides of the drawers for extra impact.  A must go see!

Hot Pink Vanity

I love these simple Lavender star sachets from Shabby Love. I am a bit Lavender obsessed myself.  The pictures are so lovely, go check out the post, you can probably smell the lavender straight through your computer.

Grain Sack Sachets

I am in love with the color Coral. I love it in muted and vibrant shades.  Sharon from Elizabeth and Company painted this wonderful dresser for her newest grand daughter!  She also did a lovely change up on the hardware.  Check out her post to see how easy it is to make them muted gold!

Coral Dresser


Please grab the button (you can copy and link back or grab code HERE) and display this button on your post and link back. Not linking back is kind of like coming to a party, grabbing some food, and never saying “hi” to the hostess. Please be nice! You are a Celebre! Have you been featured? Please feel free to grab the code for the FEATURED! button and display on your blog.

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  1. Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. says

    What a treat to be included with these beautiful features! Thanks so much Karen! And I’m loving this color so much that I’m painting another coral dresser today!

  2. says

    Another fine party shaping up for this coming week. I really enjoy seeing your featured items, but it must be difficult to choose from so many creative submissions. Thanks for hosting. Ann Marie @ Iris Abbey

  3. says

    Thank you so much for the feature and your thoughtful comments on my chair Karen. It was such a fun project to work on and I can’t wait for it to find its new home. Have a fantastic week!

  4. Melissa says

    Thank you so much for hosting and for featuring my lavender sachets! It’s amazing being included among so much talent!!


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