Rustic, Recycled & Chic Link Up #7 & A Special Easter Feature
Happy Easter everyone! It’s time once again for another themed link party. Since my blog is focused on the rustic and chic theme, I like to stick with that for my link party. If you have a project that is in any way shabby, rustic, vintage, junk style, trash to treasue or uses any type of recycled material in the design, then by all means….LINK IT UP!! I would so love to see what you have to share and my readers would too .
This party runs each week from Saturday through Friday so you have plenty of time to get your links in!
Last week I hosted a special Easter link party since I do like to celebrate all of the holidays as well! I had a few entries pertaining to Easter egg crafts that I thought were so special that I just had to feature them this week.
The first two projects come from Aimee at Twigg Studios and I think that you will agree with me that they are extra special!
These delicate egg shell vases are so chic and make a gorgeous vignette for Easter.
And then, these decoupage eggs are so incredibly sweet. I just love book page crafts anyway and want to try this idea for Easter!
The last Easter egg craft project comes from Vixen at Vixen Made.
These scrappy little numbers are just perfect to display in a glass jar. The fabric covered eggs are so pretty with their shabby ends and pastel colors.
All of these eggs would be pretty to display for the whole Spring season. Put them in a little nest or glass container next to some spring birds and you are good to go!
Okay! Now for this week. There are just a few guidelines…of course!:
1. Your project or decorating idea must be rustic, chic, vintage, industrial, junk decor, or use a recycled material…you get the idea
2. Link up the URL of your actual project post and not your blog home page.
3. I would appreciate a link back to this blog to help get the word out about the party. It is also required if you want to be featured next week. You can either grab my party button from the side bar or simply post a text link at the bottom of your project post.
That’s it! Now show me what you have!