On that note, while I love your participation, I have asked from the beginning that you do not link up to things that you are selling, as I want my linky party to be about sharing ideas that we all can afford to do in these times. I occasionally do remove links to direct sales sites, and I don't ever mean to hurt anyone's feelings by doing so, I am just trying to keep to my original theme and intention for the linky party. If you have a link to your etsy shop on your blog, awesome. If you show us a tutorial how to make something and offer it for sale to those who don't want to make one, fantastic. Please just don't use the linky party for direct sales. Thanks so much for your understanding and now for some linky love!
This potting table from Homeroad has so many fun and creative little touches.
I cannot believe that Domestically Speaking's PB inspired mirrors started life as table tops.
The Vintage Nest claims she is not the painter in the family, but this sweet little piece has me doubting that statement!
Sweet Blessings shared the cutest little idea to show your love.
Sunni's Side of Life Anthro knock-off necklace is divine!
A fun and unique lampshade from Too Much Time On My Hands.
Living My Life On Purpose shared a recipe for yummy crescent calzones!
Thanks for linking!! Looking forward to seeing your fabulousness this week!
Under $100 Linky Guidelines
1. Please link to the specific post, not your blog!
2. Please only post ideas that cost $100 or less--it would be great if you share the cost of your project, but not necessary.
3. Please include a brief description in link up.
4. Grab my Under $100 button on the sidebar and include it in your post or a link to Beyond the Picket Fence so people can find you and more great ideas.
5. Please check and make sure your link works. If it doesn't you can delete it and try again.
6. Please no direct links to sales sites, i.e. ETSY or just a plain ol' commercial site, we are looking for inexpensive ideas we can recreate, thanks!