Walking Down Magazine Features Memory Road

I’ve recently had several new requests for photos for magazine features.  I’ll let you know if or when they end up in print, but it made me think back to my past features.

That giddy feeling never goes away every time I see my home or projects in print.

If you are new here, I hope you’ll enjoy seeing those features, and if you’ve been around awhile, I hope you won’t mind taking a walk down memory lane with me.

My very first magazine feature was for Cottages and Bungalows magazine.

That feature almost never happened, because the email from the editor ended up in my junk email box.  One day I randomly decided to clean out my junk folder, and as soon as I saw the words “Cottages and Bungalows magazine feature,” my heart nearly stopped.  You can read about that feature HERE.

Reporosed chair projects Cottages and Bungalows magazine feature

See my Repurposed Chair Projects featured in Cottages and Bungalows HERE.

That feature led to a second feature in another Cottages and Bungalows magazine a month later, which I was even more excited about.

It was the first feature about our newly remodeled farmhouse kitchen.  I had to retake all of my photos for that feature, because I no longer had the high resolution images they needed without my watermark on them.  I stressed out for two weeks about getting good photos for them.  Read about that feature HERE. Cottages Bungalows magazine feature | www.knickoftime.net

Farmhouse Kitchen antique cook stove featured in Cottages and Bungalows Magazine | www.knickoftime.net

See my Farmhouse Kitchen Remodel HERE.

The order of features gets random after this point, because I can’t remember when they occurred.

American Farmhouse Style magazine included my DIY Tin Can and Pallet Wood Organizers in a roundup on tin can crafts.  You can read about that feature HERE.

American Farmhouse Style magazine - KnickofTime.net

A few years later, my guest room was in another American Farmhouse Style magazine.

You can read about that feature HERE.

Knick of Time feature in American Farmhouse Style magazine | knickoftime.net

See my Shed turned Guest Room HERE.

One of my favorite features was in Romantic Homes magazine.  They featured six of my farmhouse style projects!

Read about that feature HERE.

Romantic Homes magazine featured projects| www.knickoftime.net

Links to projects above –  Repurposed Farm Tools Wall Hooks,  DIY Farmhouse Style Chalkboard, and Salvaged Door Panel Wall Hook

Links to projects below – Repurosed Vintage Dust Pan Farmhouse Flower Holder, DIY Picket Fence Wall Hooks, and Antique Milk Can Patio Table.

Another magazine feature was for Somerset Life.

This beautiful multiple-page feature included four of my projects, plus my guest room.  You can read about that feature HERE. Somerset Life magazine

Links to projects above – Vintage Pie Plate Pedestal Stand and This Barn’s For You Photo Printable.

Links to projects below – Farmhouse Industrial Wall Bins, DIY Antique School Wall Chart, and Vintage School Desk Makeover.

Farmhouse decor projects featured in feature Somerset Living Magazine| www.knickoftime.net

Links to projects below – Farmhouse Guest Room , Corrugated Metal Sign, and Farmhouse Kitchen Table.

Somerset Life magazine feature

My Book Page Wreath was featured in  Paper Art  magazine.  See that feature HERE. and get the full tutorial to make your own HERE.

Paper Art Magazine

Thanks for visiting and taking this magazine features walk down memory lane with me!

Magazine Features Walk Down Memory Road | knickoftime.net

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  1. You have had some wonderful features, Angie! Your home and projects are great!

  2. Angie, you have an eye for seeing beauty in everyday items. I really enjoy your blog and all the inspiration that comes along with it.

  3. Teddee Grace says

    Very impressive! I’ll look forward to going back and reading all of these. Thanks!

  4. Marlene Stephenson says

    I love walking down “memory lane” with you and seeing all you have accomplished, good for you and thanks for taking me a long.

  5. I had no idea that you were so widely published, Angie! It’s great! Your projects are always appealing to me and I like the fact that you keep them within a doable range regarding cost. Love your blog.n

  6. I am going to go back and read every one! How great to be published so many times. I am just getting into this DIY stuff although I have been a crafter for years. I love everyone’s ideas even if it is not something that is my style; I can still make it to sell! You are teaching me to think outside the box and that imagination is vital when I am yard saling or thrifting! Thank you.

  7. Hi Angie

    I just recently found your blog. I absolutely love it! So many creative ideas. I have collected chairs for years and became so excited, when I saw the post about chairs. I too have a thing about chairs. My husband claims I have 52 of them in his barn and he will be excited to see that now i might actually do something with them. Thanks for the wonderful ideas.

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