Tuesday's Treasures #125

~Hi Friends~

I had such a hard time picking just a few from last week’s party.  You have some serious talent, I just about had to close my eyes and point to the screen to make it fair.

Tidbits shares all the details of how her and her husband created this gorgeous room for their daughters, yes they made those fabulous beds!

Top this Top That shares her gorgeous Breakfast area transformation, I want to have coffee here, heck I want to have every meal here!

I am only giving you a peak at Redhead Can Decorate master bedroom because you have to check out the whole room, it is stunning!

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You have to stop by Involving Home to see  the fabulous details of her gorgeous kitchen makeover.

Total Kitchen Reno for $8,500 Using Ikea Cabinets

Can you believe these gorgeous boxes started off as shoe boxes.  Check out Living and Learning with Luisa for the tutorial.

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By only painting the walls/trim and removing wallpaper Sweet Chaos completely changed the whole look of her kitchen, not kidding!

I’m seriously heading out to the store and buying some oreos so I can make some of these delicious tux and pearl cookies from I Gotta Create.

All that Brings Joy shows us how to open up your cabinets.

Number Fifty Three gives us a peak into her beautiful home and shares all her paint colors.

I also wanted to announce the Spring Blog Hop and Linky Party coming soon!  I am super excited to be joining this fabulous group of bloggers, we will close out the party with a HUGE  linky party where you get to join in! SUPER FUN!

Can’t wait to see what you have to link up the week!

Please do not add links that promote giveaways or something you are trying to sell. Link up projects, something you have made, a craft a yummy recipe or inspiration you think others will enjoy.

2 links per person please that you have not linked up before.

Please play fair and link back in some fashion. Hint Hint….I only feature those that have a link back…

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  1. Thanks so much for hosting Kristin – exceptionally fantastic features this week!
    I’m doing those cookies for my daughters wedding in June – for the little ones!
    Have a great week – hugs,
    Suzan

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  11. Kristin, all these fabulous kitchen makeovers makes me want a new kitchen here. ‘-) Can’t have that, so guess I’ll just go buy some Oreos and make some of those darling cookies. ~ Sarah

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  18. Hi Kristin! Tx for hosting this fab party!
    I hope you’ll enjoy my simple sewing new series, today I’m showing how to sew a neckwarmer.
    I’m following you on Pinterest; if you want, I’d really be pleased if you visit my brand new sewing/serging blog and, if you like what you see, follow me too :)
    Tx a lot,
    C U soon
    MammaNene from

    SergerPepper.blogspot.it

  19. Kristin, I am so glad you liked my little shoeboxes! I’m almost finished with my new craft room and I’ll be putting those guys to use very soon! Really and truly appreciate the feature :-) Have a super week!

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  23. i love love love tidbits beds! i pinned them for our guest room. i am moving my table and junk out of there and turning it into a guest room for the grandbabies:) perfect!
    xo

  24. Great features and so much talent! Always fun to see. Those beds are so fun for the girls. I love those. I think I need to add oreos on my shopping list so that I can make those tux ones. How clever is that!

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