Knick of Time Tuesday #101

Welcome back to Knick of Time Tuesday!

Summer is having its last hurrah in my neck of the woods, with temperatures in the mid 90’s – which is hotter than it’s been most of the rest of the summer.  

Two of my kids are settled into their apartment at college and my daughter starts classes at her college tomorrow.  I finally ordered everything my youngest son needs for homeschooling this year, so it’s been a hectic week.  It’s hard to believe this will be my 18th year as a homeschooling mom!  I’ll be glad when things settle down a little and everyone is into a somewhat normal schedule.

I hope your week is going well and you’re ready to share and enjoy some vintage inspiration!

Here are some features that caught my eye from last week’s party.

Laurel @ Chipping with Charm made over a vintage drawer into a chalkboard wall shelf – love it!

Doreen @ Hymns and Verses shared to to turn a vintage photo into canvas artwork – great idea!

Sarah @ Church Street Designs shared a tutorial in turning maps into 3 Panel Artwork.  Just a reminder that I have LOADS of FREE antique maps you can print to do this yourself – just print the map of your choice.

Karen @ Elderberry Street turned antique sheet music into lovely framed wall art for her bathroom.

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Comments

  1. There’s some great features here today, Angie. xo Diana

  2. Thanks so much for hosting Angie – off to visit
    Hugs,
    Suzan

  3. Love the drawer shelf from Chipping with Charm! Thank you for hosing the great party, Angie!
    Larissa ~ Prodigal Pieces

  4. Thank you for hosting Angie. So happy to be a part of your linky party! Love Laurel’s chalkboard drawer. ~Ann at Tarnished Royalty

  5. Thanks so much for featuring my canvas artwork this week! As always, thanks for hosting such a fabulous party!

    Blessings,
    Doreen

  6. Thanks for letting us party with you, Angie! Great, great features 🙂
    Greetings from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

  7. Love these features especially the canvas art… so much talent… thank you for hosting…

  8. Hi Angie, sharing my Potting table made from pallets and old iron grate and a tuturial on How I restored my Vintage Door Hardware, hope you will enjoy! Thanks again for hosting this wonderful party and hope you have a great week!

    Cindy@GlassSlipperRestorations

  9. Great links to great projects. Thanks for hosting.

  10. Thanks so much for hosting, Angie!

    Rachel @ Maison de Pax

  11. I just love these vintage parties ~
    I have just fallen in love with the old vintage blue’s and green’s…
    Thank you for hosting such a wonderful party full of so much ‘eye candy’ every week.
    (=

  12. Great features, I love the music sheets as artwork! Thank you for hosting this lovely party, Angie.
    Big hugs,
    FABBY

  13. Thanks for hosting the linkup. I like the features from last week. laurie

  14. Thanks for hosting.
    Have a super week.

    be blessed
    Barb

  15. Angie, you made my day! Thanks so much for featuring my post. Now to check out the new ones!

  16. Thank you for the link party!

  17. Thanks for hosting, Angie! 🙂
    Susan

  18. Thanks so much for featuring my Three Paneled Maps Post! Made my day!

  19. Thanks for hosting!

  20. Oh, so much awesome eye candy to come back to!! I starred this post and will be back later tonight to check them all out!!

  21. Hi Angie, I really love this weeks features. Thanks for hosting.
    hugs,
    Jann

  22. Thanks for featuring my drawer shelf Angie!! We are enjoying the last week before school starts here…busy trying to cram it all in 🙂 Thanks for hosting! Laurel

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