Monthly Recap | June 2017 Edition

Welcome to the 2nd edition of my Monthly Recap!

June monthly recap blog posts |

I can’t believe it’s the last day of June already!  The summer is just flying by.

I received such positive feedback about the 1st Monthly Recap I did for May, that I decided to continue doing them.  Even if you are an email subscriber (and I hope you are!), I realize there may be many days when you didn’t get around to clicking on the link in the email, so I hope this will catch you up on all my posts from June.

I’d love to hear which projects and posts were your favorites this month.

Just click the pictures to visit the posts.

I kicked off the first day of June by introducing you to Jack and Sawyer, our adopted kittens. If you are a kitty lover, you’ve got to go see their photos and antics!

Adopting baby kittens | www.

Next, I shared how I created a photo studio in a rental storage unit.How to make an inexpensive Rental Storage Unit Photo Studio |

I love repurposing tin cans, and turning them into farmhouse style magnetic planters was really fun!Turn turn cans into farmhouse style magnetic tin can planters |

In this post I shared a few of my favorite photos and past projects … and I whined a lot! 🙂

A few of my favorite photos and projects | www.knickoftime.netHere, I tested a product that gives the look of weathered wood and shared the results.How to make new wood look like old weathered rustic wood |

It had been quite a while since I’d made any farmhouse style tiered stands, so I whipped up four new ones (two of them are still available in my online shop HERE).Farmhouse style tiered stands | www.knickoftime.netFor some July 4th inspiration, I shared this round-up of handmade patriotic decor.

July 4th Memorial Day Military United States patriotic handmade decor round up | www.knickoftime.netIf you love DIY farmhouse decor, you’ll love using this Bess Milk tin can printable on a project!

Bess Milk antique tin can label printable |

Here I shared my secret to make brand new galvanized metal look old!How to make new galvanized metal look old |

I also introduced two sizes of farmhouse picket fence stencils with two projects made using them.

Farmhouse picket fence stencil by Knick of Time's Vintage SignStencils |

And I finally got all my stencils under control with an industrial plumbing pipe stencil hanger.

DIY Industrial Plumbing Pipe Stencil Storage Hanger |

I made a pallet wood sign for my son’s wedding, with the tutorial.

How to make a rustic pallet wood wedding sign |

And I shared a few highlights from my son’s wedding … with more photos coming soon!

My son's wedding |

I  held a magazine giveaway – There’s just a few hours left to enter!

Magazine Subscription Giveaway |

I shared a round-up of free kitchen printables.Free Kitchen Art Sign Printables |

And I closed out the month with how I plan to encourage my married sons and their wives in their first year of marriage.

Encouraging grown children in their marriages with Bible Verses and Advice |

Did you spot any posts you missed?  I’ll see you in July!

Vaya con Dios,

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