Best of DIY Link Party of the Year & a Rustic Farmhouse Recipe Holder

 Welcome Everyone!  I am totally psyched about today’s party!  Not only do we have 27 bloggers sharing their best DIY projects with you, but YOU get the opportunity to share your best DIY projects as well, and your links will show up on all 27 blogs! Woo Hoo!!!

I’ll be pinning some of my favorite links on our Best of DIY board on Pinterest as well, to bring you even more traffic, and will be sharing links through the weekend, and next week on Facebook, so be sure you are following the pin board, and my Facebook page!

Best of DIY Link Party at Knick of Time

If you’re a new visitor here, Welcome!  I’m Angie, the gal behind Knick of Time!  My passion is all things vintage and repurposed, and I adore antique graphics as well, which I share each week.

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You can also find me on Facebook, Pinterest, Hometalk, G+ and Twitter.

Don’t forget to enter the Cutting Edge Stencils Giveaway I have going on now as well!

Cutting Edge Stencils Giveaway

To celebrate the party today, I created a quick and easy Rustic Recipe Holder, that is both useful and looks awesome, especially if you love to cook or bake, and love rustic, farmhouse-style decor!  I’ll share more about it at the end of this post!

Recipe Card Holder

To get the party started, let’s meet our Best of DIY team!

DIY Projects, Crafts and Home Decor

Knick of Time  (that’s me above the keyhole!)

Our Southern Home

Artsy Chicks Rule

At Home with the Barkers

Cedar Hill Farmhouse

Mrs. Hines Class

Unskinny Boppy

Shabby Art Boutique

Concord Cottage

Girl in the Garage

Fresh Idea Studio

Snazzy Little Things

White Lace Cottage

Simply Fresh Vintage

Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer

All things Heart and Home

House on the Way

Stone Gable Blog

Cupcakes and Crinoline

Postcards from the Ridge

Lilacs and Longhorns

Sweet Pea

Country Design Style

Petticoat Junktion

Restoration Redoux

What Meegan Makes

Prodigal Pieces

You can find many of our DIY projects, using the hashtag #BestofDIY on Facebook, G+, and Twitter!

Best of DIY Projects

Now, let’s see YOUR Best DIY Projects!

Now, on to the project I created especially for this party!
Creating my Rustic Recipe Card Holder was so easy.  I have a lot of white in my kitchen, and want to bring in some of the pretty mint color of my antique stove.
Antique Kitchen Stove
I removed the little door from the ash bin, and took it to Lowes to have them make me a sample pot of the same color of paint.  I was so impressed they got a nearly exact match, just by scanning the little door with their magical color-matching machine!

Lowes Paint Sample

I used a piece of wood that was leftover from another project, and gave it a quick coat of paint.  Once it was dry, I just distressed it with my palm sander, and put some dark walnut colored wood stain over it, to accent the distressed areas, and added a wire hanger on the back.

Salvaged wood

I added a little bulldog clip to hold recipe cards, and 2 metal corners, from Hobby Lobby to give it a more finished look.  I also added a little cup hook at the bottom to hold measuring spoons.

Farmhouse Recipe Card Holder (1)

It is a perfect fit for the rustic, farmhouse style in my kitchen, and took all of about 20 minutes to make.  Now my recipe cards won’t get splatted while I’m cooking, yet they are easy to see.

If you like the recipe cards, they are available as a free printable here.

DIY Recipe Card Holder

Blessings,

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Comments

  1. Kristy Perkins says:

    Love it!!

  2. Oh that is SO gorgeous Angie – unbelievable!!!
    And thanks so much for such an incredible party – so happy to be here!
    Have a great weekend
    Hugs,
    Suzan

  3. Lovin’ all the wonderful links, keep ’em coming. So much inspiration here!!!

  4. Love your kitchen! The mint is really fun. Great to see this party, as well… 🙂

  5. Wow, what beautiful link-ups! I feel out of my league but I tried to pick stuff that I’ve done that could help readers organize before the Holidays. I’m following you on FB (personally) but also have my own blog and coordinating Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/BuildSewReap

    Thank you for hosting this, what a great opportunity for all of us involved!

  6. Thanks so much to everyone for hosting this fun party. I’ve been so busy and didn’t have time to create anything new for the party, so I linked up a couple of old favorites.!!!!

  7. Angie, that green is scrumptious! And,you rustic recipe holder rocks! Seriously, green is my all time favorite color and that shade has me swooning. Pin, pin,pinning!

  8. Awesome party! Thank you for hosting! My button shade was almost finished but I was procrastinating, your party got me motivated to finish it and I love it!

  9. Angie,
    Always love your link parties! Such a wide variety of Fall and Christmas ideas; this will get us all inspired and hopefully introduce us all to some new, wonderful blogs! Thanks!

  10. Love your recipe holder! I’ve loved co-hosting this great party with you! Thanks so much.
    Leslie

  11. Thanks so much for organizing this party, love seeing all the inspirational ideas of others.

  12. What a clever idea for a recipe holder! I had a great time at our party…so many fabulous ideas!!! ~Christy

  13. Hold on….let’s back it up a bit…still drooling over that amazing antique stove! I am in love…. <3 Wow they did an amazing job matching the paint.LOVE your recipe holder it looks perfect with your stove! Sharing on google + too! Thrilled to be a part of the party! Thanks for putting this all together!

  14. Love your rustic recipe holder. Thanks for hosting this fabulous link up. So many great links to get inspiration from. Have a wonderful week!

  15. I love the color you picked for your vintage inspired recipe holder! Absolutely charming! xo

  16. Love the recipe holder !!!

    Nancy

  17. That clipboard is so cute and such a fun way to add a pop of color! Thanks for sharing and for putting together the link party!

  18. Your recipe holder is such a great idea and I love the paint color that you used.

  19. Fantastic recipe holder – very fun & functional. Pinning! :o)

  20. Angie, I love the simple recipe holder and that yummy color. This Best of DIY is an awesome idea…what fun! ~Jeanette

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