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Friday Friends Parade Linky Party
Welcome to another week of Friday Friends Parade! This is our weekly link up party hosted by Julie & me and our two besties, Janine Happy Happy Nester and Ashley Modern Glam Home. It’s a fun opportunity to share Crafts, Decor, DIY and Recipes!
Join us every week Friday am – Wednesday pm to explore new talent and if you’re a blogger, share your own favorite projects by linking up at the bottom. Each week we feature our favorites from last week’s parade! Be sure to check out Last Week’s Friday Friends Parade Linky Party for wonderful decor, garden, craft & recipe inspiration.
Friday Friends Parade is a forum for encouragement and sharing. It’s a place to be inspired, meet new friends, and show off your projects and posts! We are so excited to see what you’ve got for us this week! ENJOY!
FOLLOW YOUR HOSTS
Jodie & Julie @ The Design Twins | Jodie Instagram | Julie Instagram | Pinterest | Facebook
Janine @ Happy Happy Nester | Instagram | Pinterest | Facebook
Ashley @ Modern Glam | Instagram | Pinterest | Facebook
Jodie & Julie’s DIY Project Feature
DIY Project: Indoor Garden Ideas
How much do we all love succulents? I mean, really!! Especially when they are put together in a cute planter like this! We love this simple DIY Faux Succulent Planter that Amanda at Domestically Creative made. It combines all the elements of a springtime craft that we CRAVE: Simple, easy and black-thumb-proof. Just because you don’t have gardening skills doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the look of this mini indoor garden.
However, if you’re feeling extra feisty and want to give REAL succulents a try, take a look at this DIY Driftwood Succulent Planter that I posted last spring. This project will last all year long if you water it regularly and sit it near a sunny window! My whole family loved this project.
Do you love the look of gallery walls but don’t know where to start? Jessica from House Full of Summer shares this excellent post filled with easy tips on how to hang framed art to create a gallery wall. Genius!
And if you’re looking for more easy decorating tips, be sure to check out my post on Shelf Styling Tips & Tricks!
Jenna from Lantern Lane Designs has a great blog post about an excellent DIY artwork. It will inspire you to create your wall decor for your home.
This week, I got busy designing this card that you can make for Mother’s Day. It is my easy DIY artwork project that I’m sure you’ll enjoy making in a couple of minutes.
FRIDAY FRIENDS PARADE LINKY PARTY GUIDELINES
- Feel free to share any of your latest projects, as long as they are your projects!
- Please DO NOT link up Etsy shops, Giveaways, or other Linky parties, etc.
- Link directly to a specific post, not your home page.
- Link up your new projects! Please don’t share ideas you’ve already shared to Friday Friends Parade.
- By linking up, you’re giving us permission to feature your photos and project on our blogs and social media. Images will always be shared with proper credit and a link back.
- Don’t just link and run. Please visit at least 2 other links and spread the love.
LINK UP YOUR LATEST POST OR PROJECT HERE
To link up, scroll to the bottom and click the “Add Your Link” button below! Then follow the prompts to link up.
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Pam Richardson says
Thank you sweet ladies for hosting and Happy Weekend!
Amanda at Domestically Creative says
Thank you so much for featuring my Faux Succulent Planter this week!!
Amanda, We are thrilled to showcase your creative talents! We’ve loved all your posts and were more than ready to feature you! Your ideas and photography are spot on. We really hope you’ll continue to share with us. We know all our followers love what you do. Blessings, Julie & Jodie
I didn’t realise you ran a link party! This is so cool thank you!
Thank you again, Medina, for joining us. Your blog is so inspiring. All the best, Julie & Jodie
Sarah | Grace In My Space says
I created a succulent planter a couple of years ago and it’s still going strong! Love these ideas.