Did you know we have been doing our Make Bake Create party for nearly 5 months?! Yes, that’s right! I have been so inspired by each of you that link up and I hope those that look at the links are inspired as well. I even made a fun wreath a few weeks ago because I wanted to share it on Make Bake Create! What happened? Well, I got so carried away that I never took pictures of it. So, now everyone in my family will be getting them this year as gifts and I’ll take pictures next time!
If you are late to the party, no worries, every Wednesday come and link up your favorite projects from the week. This could be any food, recipes, crafts or DIY! Since there are 5 hosts… your link will be seen on 5 blogs at once.
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This week I wanted to spotlight Jennifer from Rusted Treasure and her great tutorial on Re-Purposing a Kitchen Cabinet! I think I was immediately drawn in by those little kids in the picture, aren’t they the cutest kids you have ever seen? They look pretty familiar to me!
Jennifer is my sister-in-law and also the owner of a wonderful furniture business, Rusted Treasure. She refinishes old furniture and restores it into beautiful pieces! Each time she post another one piece I start racking my brain of where I could possibly fit it! Some of my favorites are her buffets, which would be awesome for a formal dining room; however, our dining room is a play room! One day, I’ll reclaim it!
I also love all her creative ideas and tutorials like this cabinet that she turned into a sign. She is sharing this tutorial along with many more over on her website, Rusted Treasure!
Be sure to follow our Make Bake Create Party Pin Board where we will be pinning the projects linked up here!
* You may link up any DIY/ recipe/ food type post.
* You may link as many links as you want.
* Be sure to include The Make Bake Create button or text link to in your linked post; this is recommended to be featured!
* By linking up you are agreeing that the photos are yours or that you have permission to use them, that we may use those photos to feature your project on a blog post, Facebook, Pinterest, or Twitter with a link back to your blog of course.
(We may also occasionally MAKE YOUR PROJECT OURSELVES- with a link back to your recipe or tutorial, this gets more exposure for you… and potentially lots of traffic!)
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