Tuesday's Treasures #124

~Hi Friends~

Hope everyone is enjoying a nice long weekend!  I have been browsing through the links from last week, you make it so hard for me to choose just a few!

Hop on over for some simle flower arranging tips fro Town and Country.

Pink and White Roses

Liz Marie shares some of the small but beautiful changes in her living room.

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Kammy’s Korner reveals her big girl shabby chick bedroom makeover.

Looking for some tips to keep all your blogging ideas and posts organized? head on over to t A typical English Home for some great tips and printables.

Live Love DIY gives us a ton of great ideas to makeover over any wall space!

10 DIY Wall Art Ideas That Anyone Can Do | LiveLoveDIY

Check out Crazy Blessed gorgeous family room makeover!

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Can’t wait to see what you have to link up this week!  Grab a button and have fun!

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55 thoughts on “Tuesday's Treasures #124

  1. Thanks so much for hosting Kristin – Love the features – Kammy’s daughter’s bedroom turned out just gorgeous!
    Have yourself a great week
    Hugs,
    Suzan

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  7. First time linking up – I’m not generally a DIYer, but your blog is an inspiration and every once in a while I come up with something to share. Can’t wait to check out all the links – thanks for hosting!

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    • Thanks so much for asking….everything is the same just waiting for more quotes on the mold to come in :(
      Hope you have a great week!
      XO
      Kristin

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  14. All pretty features! I love that beautiful quilt on the bed in Kammy’s Korner. A lovely room….I need to pop over and see more. Have a good day Kristin.

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