Feb 242014
 

be bold challenge with border

Happy Monday! After a long month of anticipation, the day has arrived that we can all flex our bold muscles and celebrate in our risk-taking results! 

Beautifully Bold DIYs

Just take a look at what my creative co-hosts have come up with!

colorful bedroom, herringbone wall, split wall art

Colorful and Eclectic Master Bedroom from 52 Mantels, Herringbone Stenciled Wall from Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body, Split Photo Wall Art from House by Hoff

tvstand, plank wall, bedside table

Dresser to TV Stand Transformation from Just a Girl and Her Blog, DIY Plank Wall from Lovely Etc., West Elm Wood Tile-Inspired Bedside Table from May Richer Fuller Be

dyed chair, built ins, drum pendant

Dyed Wingback Chair from Naptime DIY, Industrial Pipe Built-Ins from Primitive and Proper, DIY Drum Pendant from The Blissful Bee

flag dresser, felt banner

Flag Dresser Transformation from The Happy Housie, DIY Felt Banner from The Wood Grain Cottage

Now it is your turn to link up your own beautifully bold DIY projects. Remember, the challenge was to do a DIY project that is a bit of a risk. Perhaps using a new power tool you’ve been afraid of, trying a color you usually avoid, doing something you’ve never seen anyone else do, or just trying something you’re not entirely sure will work. Every project you link will be seen on all eleven blogs hosting the party.

Also, you are going to want to follow our new Pinterest board: Beautifully Bold DIYs. It is going to be full of awesome bold projects including lots of our favorites from the link party.

The rules are simple:

  • Please link up only your best, most risky Bold DIY projects. The ones that scared you a little. Please do not link up giveaways, etsy shops, or any other links that are totally not bold DIY projects.
  • Please link to your specific post, not your homepage.
  • Please include a link back to the party somewhere in your post.
  • By entering a link, you are giving us permission to feature an image on our blogs. Proper credit and links will always be given.


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