One of my favorite things about blogging is all of the DIY inspiration.
It’s so much fun to see what other creative minds think of and how they bring their projects to life.
My hubby and I are working on planning our home projects for the year – starting with some fun organizational builds, some thrift store makeovers, and some projects that have been sitting around the house waiting for their moment. And, then there’s also the half bath that my son and I decided needs a little love this year.
So many things! The more you DIY, the more you want to make everything over 🙂 The list always gets longer, even when we are constantly crossing things off!
This week, we’ve been finishing on our organizing kick – making everything look neat and pretty! I’ve gotten my children involved in the organizing and cleanup – and they are really taking to it 🙂
The post we have for you this week is about a great trick that we’ve been using with cardboard boxes. Make sure to scroll down to check it out – and then start saving your cardboard boxes 🙂
It’s one of my favorite tricks, and I know Marie Kondo would approve.
Sweet Inspiration Link Party
Starting this year, I am now one of the hosts of the Sweet Inspiration Link Party! Sweet Inspiration is a fun little place where bloggers come together and share their projects for the week. I co-host with Amy and Lidia, and if you haven’t been to their blogs, definitely check them out! They are so talented and always come up with awesome DIY projects.
And a special thank you to you – for reading and linking up! I love seeing all of the inspiration and projects that everyone brings.
And now, on to the party!
The Sweet Inspiration link party starts on Fridays 7am EST and runs until Tuesday. By joining us and linking up every week, you’ll be able to grow your blog and gather inspiration from others.
Lidia from Design Inside the Box
Amy from Health, Heart, and Heart
Eileen from Just Measuring Up
Claire from Pillar Box Blue created lovely Valentine’s Day decor using pine cones and paint – so cute and it makes for interesting art!
I’m loving this IKEA Moppe Card Catalog Hack from Fresh Vintage by Lisa S. You won’t believe what it looked like “before” OR how much Lisa paid for it!
Rebecca from Zucchini Sisters made this beautiful DIY Moss Topiary Tree for less than $1. I can’t even believe the price! Hop on over to her blog to see how she did it:)
Our most popular post comes from DeeDee at Clover House with her Air Fryer Ranch Roasted Chickpeas. Looks delicious!
Sweet Inspiration Party Rules
- First, it would be appreciated if you follow us on at least one social media.
- You can link up to 3 posts, DIYs, Home Decor, Crafts, Recipes anything family friendly goes!
- Yes, you can link up posts with affiliate links.
- Please link up your own work, no ads. And please no link parties.
- Linking gives us permission to share a credited photo on our social media accounts. Please keep in mind that linking up with stock photography or using photos without express permission by the photo owner is not allowed. Links of stock photography or photos that are not owned by you will be removed without notification.
- Also, if you wish to pin the features please do so by going to the original post.
Click the button to link up below! Get inspired, have fun & share!! Don’t forget to comment on your favorites.
I hope you enjoyed the Sweet Inspiration Link Party! Please don’t forget to visit the links and comment on your favorites. I know I find it so inspirational to see what other DIYs others are working on. Next week, we will be back – same time, same place – for more weekly DIY inspiration.
Next week, we will be sharing one of our DIY organizational builds for the craft room. If you love crafting, you’ll definitely want to check it out.
Have a lovely week!