Tutorials & Tips Link Party {94}

Love is in the air! Be sure to check out the Valentine’s Day round-up from last week’s party. You all sure do know how to make holidays special. Keep up the good work!

valentines day ideas

And now let’s get the party started! Please remember that if you’d like to link up, be sure to read the rules before linking.

Remember that everyone with a tip or tute is welcome to link up but only those who link back to me within their post will be featured.

Party Rules

  • Any tip or tutorial is welcome! Decorating, holiday ideas, room makeovers, cleaning tips, recipes, crafts, and sewing all count.
  • Keep content fresh! Please do not link the same projects week after week. I will delete posts that you’ve linked up here several weeks in a row.
  • If your post has been featured in a Tutes & Tips Not to Miss, please do NOT link it up again.
  • Please don’t link up giveaway posts.
  • Link back. I only feature those who link back to me within your post.
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Comments

    • Beth says

      Ha! That made me laugh out loud Angie. You lie through your teeth girl but I’m glad I was easy to spot :)! Thanks for linking up!

  1. says

    Thanks for the party! Excited to finally have something to link up this year – it’s like I’m a bear and I’ve been hibernating. ;)

    • Beth says

      Oh girl me too! I just want to stay in my p.j.’s all day and eat carbohydrates. This winter weather is killing me. I need to get a project done (or at least started) :)!

    • Beth says

      Some weeks I want to just feature about 100+ people! You all make it next to impossible. It’s a good problem to have :).

  2. says

    Beth, Thank you for still hosting these great parties! I’m just getting back in the groove of writing again, so it’s fun to be able to make an addition to your party! Little Bit

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  3. [...] Averi has had lovely little curtains for quite some time… folded in the closet. We needed a cool, CHEAP cheap, & unique curtain rod. I love the mixes of wood with metal, and clean lines. The perfect Industrial Chic Cheap Trifecta is born! Me & Aves headed to Home Depot and found our goods. Supplies: PVC pipe that was around $2.50 ish for 8ft Metal clamp thingies for 86 cents x3  {found in the plumbing section} Leftover scrap wood and paint. that’s about  $5 for a Curtain Rod Even if you had to buy the wood & paint , you could still have curtain Rods for less than $10 -I cut 2 wooden squares approx 5″ x 5″. -I sanded them and Averi wanted the edges painted lime green, to match her wall color. -I then hammered the Metal clamps to the wood pieces. -I did place 1 more clamp in the middle of the window, so that it wouldn’t bow. -Next  I Placed the curtains over your PVC pipe and threaded through the clamps. -I did not paint the PVC pipe. We wanted it white anyways, {lazy}but any color could really change the look of the rod! {hot pink, lime green, & grey } This little project took maybe 30 minutes. I forgot how much curtains can change the look of the room! So far this is the only room with non-naked windows {Your weekend Project} your welcome. XO Laura linked at: funkyjunkinteriors : southern lovely : onecreativemommy : houseofhepworths : sixsistersstuff : CRAFT : underthetableanddreaming : designdecor : toomuchtime : AtoZ [...]

  4. [...] {hot pink, lime green, & grey } This little project took maybe 30 minutes. I forgot how much curtains can change the look of the room! So far this is the only room with non-naked windows {Your weekend Project} your welcome. XO Laura linked at: funkyjunkinteriors : southern lovely : onecreativemommy : houseofhepworths : sixsistersstuff : CRAFT : underthetableanddreaming : designdecor : toomuchtime : AtoZ [...]