Welcome to Shabbilicious Friday
Meet your party hosts:
Hi, I’m Kerryanne, an Australian artist living a simple and relaxed life by the sea. I started out as an interior designer and visual merchandiser, before opening my own studio in 1992. These days I’m an old fashioned, apron wearing girl who’s trying to put the homemade and home baked back into every day living. I’d love for you to follow my journey as I share creative projects and shabbilicious DIY.
This Week’s Shabbilicious Features:
One of my Shabbilicious Friday favourites is Cabin and Cottage.
I swear Jacqueline has the best collection of vintage linen… anywhere!
Her images for ‘Old china and white roses’ this week are not to be missed.
I adore Elizabeth’s sweet touches for early spring at Just Following Jesus.
Marty from A Stroll Thru Life was able to shop her home to put together this fabulous wine bar cabinet.
Carol from Art and Sand is decorating with numbers this week… lots and lots of numbers.
Here’s a little taste, but you’ll want to click over and see the rest of her house decked out in numbers!
Debbie from Refresh Restyle gave these adorable saddle seat bar stools a shabbilicious make-over.
Get the full details at Refresh Restyle.
I love before and afters… it’s so inspiring!
Like this kitchen transformation by Alexandra at A Piece of Vintage Prairie.
If you were featured this week, please grab a button!
Now Let’s Party!
Each week, a few of our favourites will be featured on all five of our blogs and pinned
to the Shabbilicious Friday Pinterest Board for even more exposure.
Some simple rules:
No Etsy stores, gveaways, or link parties.
Please link to a specific post on your blog, not your blog’s home page.
Link back to any one of our blogs with a text link or party button.
By submitting a link, you’re giving us permission to feature your project on our blogs and on social media. Proper credit and a link back to your post will always be given.
Now it is your turn to show us what you’ve been up to this week.
Remember, this is a party for all things shabbilicious, vintage, cottage, farmhouse… in a nutshell, anything that is perfectly imperfect.