Talk of the Town #40

I’ve been working like a yo-yo lately.  One day I’m working on fall projects, and the next day I’ve got Christmas supplies scattered across my work table.  October through January are crazy months for bloggers, so I look forward to this one day a week when I can take a break from my projects and just enjoy looking at the projects others have finished.
Welcome back to Talk of the Town!

Before we get started, let’s take a look at what you may have missed from your party hosts!
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Here’s what we’re talking about from last week’s party!
TotT Pick Angie

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TotT Featured Blog

Each week we feature a blogger and their blog to introduce you to different bloggers that link up with us each week.
Make sure to pay them a visit and say hello while you’re there!

This week our featured Blogger is Carrie from Thirty Eighth Street

Carrie shares her tips and tutorials of her furniture befores and afters. Her gorgeous furniture makeovers have been featured on HGTV, The Huffington Post, Hometalk, Annie Sloan, and General Finishes. Be sure to pay her a visit!

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  1. Thanks for the feature and the party Angie. Just checked out your potpourri jar…so cute and the candles sound delicious.

  2. Angie, thank you for the party! I know that it is a busy time here with fall and Christmas projects being worked on! Have a great week. Stop to breathe sometimes. LOL!

    xo Dianne

  3. Angie, what a colorful and intriguing post. So many goodies I don’t know where to start! I especially like the coffee table repaired with pallet wood. I have a patio table that had a glass top which broke. Super expensive to replace, but the table is such a nice size for my deck that I refused to get rid of it. Now I know why! a perfect solution! And hardly pricey if you don’t count time and elbow grease!

    I have a question that I tho’t you might have an answer for: Is it possible to make a stencil that would look like a grain sack stripe? I know nothing about cutting stencils or the machines that are used, so I don’t have a clue whether this would be feasible. I want to paint a non-fabric item with that type of stripe, but can’t think how other than a stencil. I’m sure I couldn’t do it free-hand.

  4. Angie, thanks for hosting this wonderful party.

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