Wednesday, December 11, 2013

14 Reader Space: Monthly Link Party Recap!

Just when I think I have seen it all and couldn't be more impressed by all you guys do, you take me by surprise.   Last month, a whopping 251 project link-ups were shared and I made sure to take some time to dive in and indulge in each and every last one.


I know that some of you don't have time to look through them all, but I highly recommend trying to find the time if you can.  I always stumble across so many new ideas, inspiration and motivation to just get things done! 

Here is a quick recap of some of the awesomeness that took place last month!


Megan updated her media cabinet with a fresh coat of paint, some shelf liner, organized DVD's and new-old storage boxes.

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She used paint and shelf liner to transform her dated boxes to looking fresh and new again.  So super inspiring!

Megan showed us a brilliant new way to play with shape tape!  I simply adore her clipboards!

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Bridget took some inexpensive storage ottomans and made them her own.  Seriously, how fantastic are those hound silhouettes!?

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Wendy took a family trip and lived to share all of her tips, including how she stayed organized while traveling with a toddler.

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Leslie DIY'd the most amazing Pottery Barn knock-off craft table ever.  And you won't believe the price comparison; my jaw is still on the floor.

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I could take virtual office tours all day, every day.  Ashley shared her rustic home office and I have a crush on every last nook and cranny of her really thought out space.

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Another piece of storage that was given new life with some paint, and this time a stencil, is this desktop organizer done by Aniko!

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Would you believe these superfab storage boxes once had the life of boring ol' banker boxes?!  Caitlin really worked her magic on these babies!

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OK fellow labelaholics, here are a few different chalkboard options for you to love.  Kristin punched her labels from chalkboard vinyl and used them her in pantry!

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And Samantha DIY'd some out of wood, paint and twine to organize her off-the-hook playroom!

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Another clipboard project for you!  I have actually wanted to do similar for awhile now, and although Amy used her setup as a beautiful gallery wall display, the possibilities are truly endless!

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You may think it is a desktop organizer, but it once lived a life as Stefanie's makeup storage!  Don't you love versatile products that keep you organized all over the home?

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January is the month of organizing and storage, and Morgan's kitchen drawers are sure to put you in the mood to tackle your drawers as well!

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Have you ever considered storing your dishes in drawers instead of cupboards?  Leanne "dishes" why this works so well for her!

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And to leave you with the happiest of tingles, Sarah shares her solution to simplifying the greeting card process!  I am over the moon for this idea, and hope to do something similar in our own home.

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Real projects rocked out by real people!  Once again, a huge THANK YOU to all of you who take time to share your projects and link them up each and every month.  You are making more of an impact than you even know!  December's link party is going on now right here, see you there!


14 comments:

  1. Hey Jen, as always, I am blown away and so super elated when you feature one of my projects! Always a fun and unexpected surprise in the middle of the week. Your blog is still and will always be one of my favorite blog stops of my day!

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  2. Storage Bin from Target: $5 <-- heck yea!
    Fabric for Iron-on Basset Hound Silhouettes: $3.99/yard
    Being featured on IheartOrganizing: Priceless!!

    But in all seriousness, thanks so much for sharing the love, Jen!! You are too darn sweet and we are so thankful. Xo, Bridget & Casey @diyplaybook

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  3. Jen, I cannot tell you how much it made my day that you featured my project! Thanks so much xo

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  4. Every time I see MY things on YOUR post, I literally gives me an instant heart attack. Thank you for featuring my clipboard wall. Such an honor!

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  5. Jen! Thanks for the shout out and for the lovely recap. I need to sit down and peruse all of the fab links as you suggest. Soooo many great ideas out there, keeps my wheels a' spinning! :)

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  6. Ack! I don't see a link for that last project. Great roundup as always.

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    1. Thanks so much for catching that! Fixed! And totally worth checking out! :)

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  7. I'm really interested in this, "And to leave you with the happiest of tingles, Sarah shares her solution to simplifying the greeting card process! I am over the moon for this idea, and hope to do something similar in our own home."
    ...but the link seems to be broken or missing.
    Can someone help me out and post the link to the original blog post?
    Thanks!

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    1. Thank you for letting me know, I just fixed the link. It's a good one! <3

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  8. Thank you so much for featuring my Craft table! I'm over the moon excited! Have a great week and Happy Holidays!
    Leslie
    House on the Way

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  9. Thank you so much for featuring my blog (simplifying greeting card process) once again on yours. It really means a LOT to me!

    And I, too, have that nearly exact same acrylic make-up container that I no longer found functional for make-up waiting for a good use... love the idea of using it for desk supplies! Thank you Stefanie :).

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  10. Me encanta que te hayas tomado la molestia de hacer este recopilatorio.

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