Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Vintage Inspiration Party

Happy December everyone!  Welcome to the first Vintage Inspiration Party of this festive
and busy month.  Raise your hand if you're finished or almost finished with decorating and shopping.  Can you see that my hand is not raised?  It's getting up there slowly, very slowly.

I hope you enjoy all these wonderful features from last week's party.  Thank you Marianne (Songbird) for choosing these very creative and inspirational projects!

 
So get yourself a hot cocoa and be ready to be swept away. At the Vintage Inspiration Party your links will show up on 4 different blogs!
   
My Salvaged Treasures Knick of Time Songbird Beyond the Picket Fence
This is the place to share anything old, treasured, passed-down or tattered, but you can also share projects that were made to look old, including repurposed and upcycled creations.
  vin-tage (adj.) 1.) used to describe something that is not new but that is valued because of its good condition, attractive design, etc. 2.) used to describe something that has the best qualities or characteristics of the things made or done by a particular person, organization, etc.  

 
 These ornaments from Sarah at Sadie Seasongoods are so cute and they would make a lovely gift for a (wannabe) world traveler.  

 
   I just can't get enough of all the variations of repurposed wood Christmas trees. This version by Joan from Scavenger Chic is very beautiful too. 

 
   This chalk board globe looks great decked out for the Christmas season, but I am sure it will look wonderful all year round. It's a lovely project by Twelve O Eight, and I love the version from Elaine from Hearts Rocks in my Pocket too!  

    Another wood Christmas tree by Julie from Restyle Relove.  She reinvented last year's project into this beauty of a Farmhouse wooden tree.  

  Christmas ornaments that not only look good, but probably smell divine too: Cinnamon Star ornaments by Artistic Endeavors 101  

 
   I have no idea what a laundry stomper is, all I know is that this angel is super cute. Wonderful 'see through it' vision by Organized Clutter  

 
My heart belongs to: Mixed Media. I don't get around to it much, but I always love projects in this style. These mixed media ornaments by Duct Tape and Denim are simply gorgeous.  

 
 What is Christmas decor without at least one pretty wreath?  This junk wreath by Blue Willow House is just too much fun.  

    Repurposing at its best: mini molds turned Christmas bells, simply too cute. Go see it at My Thrift Store Addiction.

  Romantic, handmade and shabby chic. This collection of white Christmas decorations by Dreams Factory is dreamy and beautiful.

If you were featured this week, feel free to share this button on your blog.  You can copy and paste from here or grab the code from my sidebar.
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~~~ Please take a moment to look over our Link Party Guidelines ~~~
- You are welcome to share anything vintage or vintage inspired. This includes yard sale finds, repurposed and upcycled creations, family heirlooms, and even vintage or vintage inspired items you have for sale. If it’s been around awhile or just looks that way…share away!! No food links please.
- Pin away, but please be sure to pin directly from the original source, not from my blog.
- Be sure to have a visible link to My Salvaged Treasures or the other hosts within your post (text link is fine).
- By linking up with the Vintage Inspiration Party you agree that your photos and links may be shared on Pinterest, Facebook, and other social media sites. You may be included in a round up to promote the party or individually with a link back to you. We love what you share and the extra exposure is a benefit to everyone.   Let’s get this party started!  

Now it's your turn.  Let's get this party started!



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17 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for hosting this fun party.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  2. The features are really special. I missed the Silver Bells and want to see them again! Thanks for the party! Hugs, Diane

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  3. Thank you for hosting the party and I love the features. This is my 1st time linked here and I'm glad to be here.
    Julie

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  4. So many wonderful ideas! So little time!!

    My hand isn't up either! :(


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  5. Lots of great features and lots of inspiration. Now I need to find the time. LOL! My hand is not raised but I am working on it.

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  6. Thank you so much for featuring my Wooden Christmas Tree this week! :) Julie

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  7. Love all the inspiration this week and every week! Those silver bells and the reclaimed Christmas trees are darling!
    -Crystal

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  8. Thanks so much for hosting! Such brilliant features!

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  9. Betsy, I linked up...Thank you for hosting, what great features,I love the bell molds!

    Carol

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  10. These are especially awesome features this week...I have been clicking around all over the place.... I cannot believe I am among them...Thanks so much...This is always one of my favorite parties for inspiration....

    Brooke

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  11. I love this holiday collection -- I am absolutely enchanted by just about everything! And completely inspired!

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  12. I'm in love with the mini mold bells. How adorable! I'm behind on the decorating this year, but I think I could make a couple of those bells!!! Thanks for the party!

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  13. Great features- especially love that chalboard globe!!!

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  14. Christmas! There's so much to celebrate in so many ways.. I hope your Christmas season is peaceful and full of Joy! Thank you for hosting, Betsy.

    Tamara

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  15. Love your blog, thank you so much for the feature!

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