How to DIY a Rusty Sign, Housekeeping Tips & More | Talk of the Town #61

Hey everyone!  Is winter slowly slinking off into its corner where you live?  We’ve had some wind and rain lately, but also some really lovely temperatures that make me want to sing and dance outdoors.  The coyotes might start howling if I did, so I’ll resist the urge.  I’m not a winter person unless I’m sitting indoors watching it snow in the comfort of a snugly blanket, so I’m happily waiving “adios” to it.

We have some exciting things happening in our family, which I’ll be sharing about tomorrow.  So be sure to come back to hear my news.

How’s that for a teaser? 🙂

In other news, did you see what I made for our dog with an aching back?  He loves it, and so do I!

You can check it out HERE.

Okay, enough about the weather, my family, and our dog, because I’ve got some fabulous features to show you.

Welcome back to Talk of the Town!

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First, let’s take a look at what you may have missed from your party hosts!

TotT This week at Knick of Time

How to Create Farmhouse Decor with Free Stuff and Junk

How to Build a Rustic Handled Farmhouse Crate

DIY Decor Made with Salvaged Wood

TotT This week at Beyond the Picket Fence

Scrap Wood Art

Inspiring Verse

More Fresh Air

TotT This week at My Repurposed Life

Green Hall Tree Bench

DIY Rope Shelf

TotT This week at Love My Simple Home

Organizaing Ideas for Glass Front Cabinets

TotT This week at Sadie Seasongoods

Outdated ceiling fan blades repurposed and upcycled into DIY farmhouse style salvaged windmill decor by Sadie Seasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

DIY Windmill Decor from Ceiling Fan Blades

ToTT Features

Here’s what we’re talking about from last week’s party!

TotT Pick Angie

I picked up some wonderful Housekeeping Tricks and Tips that I can’t wait to try – Just Simple Somethings.

How to make a thrift store sign look like a vintage enamel rusty sign by Homeroad |featured at Knick of Time | http://www.homeroad.net

And I want to give a special shout-out to Susan @ Homeroad!

Susan gave a makeover to a thrift store sign and used my Farm Fresh Milk stencil to make it look like a rusty enamel sign.  You’ll be surprised how she achieved the rusty look!  You can see it HERE.

TotT Pick Becky

DIY Vintage Pull-Down MapBless’er House

TotT Pick Gail

Marble and Copper DIY Refinished TableA Cultivated Nest

TotT Pick Julie

Making a DIY Planter Box for the GardenJust Measuring Up

TotT Pick Sarah

Polish-Inspired Naturally Dyed Easter Egg Designs Tinselbox

TotT Featured Blog

This week our featured Blogger is Lauren from Bless’er House!

Make sure to pay her a visit and say “hello” while you’re there!

Lauren is a Southern gal, dog person, coffee addict, DIY fanatic, builder grade house owner, and lover of all things eclectic cottage.  Be sure to pay her a visit on Facebook and Instagram!

If you were featured today, feel free to spread the word and display this button!

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Comments

  1. Thanks so much for hosting!!
    Hugs,
    Deb

  2. Thanks for the party, Angie!!

  3. Thank you for featuring my Easter egg design post this week!

  4. Finally that party is open! Thank you for hosting and your patience while everything was down this afternoon!

  5. Thank you Angie for co-hosting the 61st Talk of the Town, always a pleasure to visit and join in.
    Joy

  6. Hi Angie – Thank you for hosting and wishing you a wonderful week! Hugs, Holly

  7. I love the map by Blesser House soooo much, very cool! Thank you so much for hosting Angie 🙂

  8. I hear you Angie about not being a winter person, me neither. Unfortunately, we have at least 4-8 weeks left before any sign of Spring starts to sprout (could use a beach right about now). Thanks for the party and hope your week has been a good one so far.

  9. Thanks so much for hosting and featuring our DIY table project!

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