Tuesday Turn About #4: DIY Shelving Ideas and Summer Picnics

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Hello, and welcome to Tuesday Turn About! This week, I’m thrilled to feature a few DIY shelving ideas and a gorgeous summer picnic. You’re in for a real treat!

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Each week, I co-host this party with two of my favorite bloggers, Julie and Michelle. These gals know how to party!

Be sure to visit each of their blogs and check out the different posts they selected as well.

Also, I encourage you to follow us on social media to stay in the know!

Tuesday Turn About Link Party Hostesses

Julie: My Wee Abode | Pinterest | Instagram | Facebook

Crissy: First Day of Home | Pinterest | Instagram | Facebook

Michelle: Thistle Key Lane | Pinterest | Instagram | Facebook

What Your Hosts Have Been Up To…

First Day of Home

Tuesday Turn About - First Day of Home - recent post highlights - DIY Decoupage Wood Signs - Easy Fig Preserves Recipe

How to Make Easy Decoupage Wood SignsHow to Make Old Fashioned Fig Preserves

My Wee Abode

three photos of a window pane with wall decor

How to Decorate a Window Pane for All Seasons

Thistle Key Lane

How To Update Furniture With Liming Wax | Sazarac Cocktail Recipe

This Week’s Link Party Features

BIG NEWS! Since we consistently have so many great posts in our party, we’re now choosing three unique features on each of our blogs! Be sure to check out all three blogs to see our NINE weekly features!

Without further ado…

Rita at Harbour Breeze Home showed us How to Make Fixer Upper Style Farmhouse Shelves. She’s a pro at styling them, too! If you’re not following Rita’s stories on Instagram, you definitely should. She’ll brighten your day and make you giggle.

Harbour Breeze Home farmhouse style shelves

CoCo from The Crowned Goat gave us some fantastic ideas for Turning a Display Cabinet into a Bookcase. I love the way she styled her shelves and arrived at a clean look by covering her books in brown paper. You’ll love her trick for organizing (and hiding) magazines, too!

The Crowned Goat turning a display case into bookshelves

Let’s step outside as Ann from Dabbling & Decorating shares DIY Summer Picnic Ideas.  Don’t you want to sit on the patio and eat some of those Vermont apples with her? Don’t miss her DIY pallet table and bread board.

Dabbling and Decorating DIY Summer Picnic IdeasWe hope you enjoyed these DIY shelving ideas and summer decorating tips. Let us know what you’re up to in the comments below. We love hearing from you!

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  1. Hi Crissy,

    I love this new party and LOVE your blog! You are so very talented! I will certainly be visiting often. Thank you so much for hosting and have a wonderful week!

    1. Hi Tee! You’re so kind! Thanks for visiting and joining us for this party. I appreciate your sweet compliments, and I’m glad to get to know you better. Have a great week, too!

    1. Thanks for joining us, Sandra! I’m glad you like the changes. We’re excited to have more chances to feature bloggers and support the community.