Welcome to the Bewitchin’ Projects Link Party

Bewitchin' Projects Block PartyHello everyone!  It’s so great to have you here, Yay!!!

This link party is a lovely way to share what you have been up to lately and to check out the incredible creations of others.  Our party is hosted by several different bloggers (me included) and starts every Sunday at 6am EST and runs until Wednesday night.  Feel free to link up your DIY projects, gardening and travel tips, recipes and more.  Each week I will choose several of my favourite links and creations to feature the next week so be sure to check back to see if you have been featured!

It’s Party time again in my happy little spot so come on in and Bewitch US and thanks for stopping by!

I can’t wait to see what YOU have been up to this past week! 


You are so welcome to our Party, hope you have lots of fun!
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It is my mindset that decorating doesn’t have to cost a fortune!  Many times you can redecorate a room with things you already have around the house or update items with a little paint to make them look brand new.

Today’s Features are all beautiful DIY projects that were done with either something you probably already have or for little money. These three ladies did an incredible job and it was a pleasure reading their posts this week 🙂


This book shelf built by Anika cost her only $6 and is not only fun and cheery but functional.  What a great little project to create some extra storage room! Kids-bedside-table-feature-e1452106278527A DIY Bedside Table With Book Storage for Kids by Little Free Monkeys

I admit it… I love Coke products.  So, as you can guess, when I saw these little lights I just fell instantly in love 🙂  How cute and simple and perfect for Valentine’s Day or any day of the year.  I will definitely be making these for one of hang on one of my balconies! heart-soda-can-lights-023wHeart Soda Can Lights by Crafty Journal

Who doesn’t love a great thrift store find? When you can turn something cheap into something beautiful and useful, it makes those finds even greater.  Sarah made this silverware tray into the perfect jewelry holder!  Brilliant! 8_vintage_silverware_organizer_tray_upcycled_into_jewelry_holder_DIY_Sadie_SeasongoodsGoodwill Blogging: Thrifty Jewelry Organizer by Sadie Seasongoods

You all are amazing! If you were featured feel free to grab your button!


Now, lets get to the PARTY!!!

Just a few guidelines:

* Please follow your Sweet hosts.
* Link up to your post, NOT your main blog.
* Something made by you is a MUST! (no etsy shops, parties, giveaway or business links)
* Please add UP TO 2 CREATIONS!
* Lets be fair, visit other links and let them know you were there. Everybody loves kind words.
* Please share this party on your social media channels.
* Please grab the button and share it somewhere on your blog to spread the word about the Link Party.
* Link up, make new friends and most important HAVE FUN!!!


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By participating in this BLOCK PARTY, you are agreeing to give permission to use your images to feature your posts and share them on the social medias.

Hope to see You Soon!!!

I have 6 lovely thoughts, I would love to hear yours.

  1. Great features Lisa! I hope your weekend has been a happy one. Thanks so much for hosting, CoCo

  2. Hi Lisa, Thanks for hosting! And thank you so much for featuring my Heart Soda Can Lights. Have a wonderful week!

    • I was happy to feature your lights Noreen… I love them! Thanks so much for dropping by and see you soon. Hugs, Lisa

  3. Hi Lisa! Thank you for the feature! I am so excited! Its my 3rd week blogging and that was one of my first projects! This is a huge deal for me 🙂 Happy Sunday!

    • Congratulations on your new blog Anika! You did a great job and it was my pleasure to feature your project 🙂 Keep up the great work… I look forward to seeing what you create next 🙂 Hugs, Lisa

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