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Spray Paint Projects for Every Budget

Spray Paint projects for any budget

Today the girls on the All Things Creative Team are teaming up to bring you hundreds of project ideas using SPRAY PAINT.

This versatile darling of the DIY world is my go-to when it comes to inexpensive transformations.  I’ve done my fair share of painting projects, and spray paint is the type I use most.

It can seriously change ANYTHING.   Check out this list of hundreds of ideas!  You will find something you love. I promise!  


An InLinkz Link-up

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You're Gonna Love It: Taste of Summer Edition

Welcome back to another party!  I am loving browsing the links these days, so many summer related projects with beautiful photos and wonderful stories.  All my fellow bloggers never cease to amaze me with their creativity and awesomeness.

The 4 links this week are no exception.

The most clicked link was this week: 
 Cooking in Stilhettos’ Coconut Almond Crusted Cod
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What a fantastic sounding flavor profile! 

My featured projects this week were:
Petticoat Junktion’s Multi-Purpose Beverage Station
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Wouldn’t this be the perfect side table for entertaining on the deck in the summer?  

White house craft’s Lollipop Garland with Washi tape
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These are the cutest things EVER!!!!
My DIY Envy’s Wooden Shim Planter
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This project reminds me of the types of things I love to create.  I really like it!
Besides these links I also added at a bunch of great links to my Pinterest board this week.  You should be following it if you aren't already! 
And a few of our absolute favorites went up on my Facebook Page and on Kathe's Facebook page (just look for the hashtag: #YoureGonnaLoveIt)  
If you have been featured here or at Kathe’s (her features aren't the same as mine) make sure to grab the "I've been featured" button (located on my buttons page under the "About Me" tab.)
Now for this week's link-up! 

Here are the really easy party rules: 
Feel free to link up anything you have created (recipes, decor, crafts, written or photographed). Anything you are so proud of you just gotta share it with others.

You can follow Kathe and I on social media, but it is not required. (We want you to follow us because you want to, not because you have to.)
KimFacebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Instagram / Google+
Kathe: Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Instagram / Google+
We would love it if you would link back in some way so that others come and party with us. Either grab the party button or add my blog link to your post or on your blog party page. But again, it's not required.
The Kim Six Fix

We ask that you please DO NOT link up giveaways, Etsy shops or anything for sale. Save those for the first Tuesday of each month when, Anything Goes!  We will reserve the option of deleting any post that we do not feel fits the theme of our blogs.
And now let’s see what you’ve got this week! Remember:The order of the links changes, so you don't have to stress out about getting here right at the start. 
*By linking up your post, you are giving The Kim Six Fix and/or Kathe With An E permission to use your pictures as a feature on this blog and other social media outlets.

Have a great week!

Red, White and Blue Yogurt Berry Popsicles

Three Ingredient Red White and Blue Yogurt Berry Popsicles
There aren’t two things that go together much better than the Fourth of July and Popsicles.  Throw in the familiar flavor of berries and you have a trifecta of Summer!  
Raspberry blueberry yogurt popsicles
So today I am sharing how to make these SUPER EASY yogurt berry popsicles.

The funny TRUE STORY about how this recipe came about was that my 3 year old really wanted “Lightning McQueen Yogurt” (you know the kids’ yogurt in the stores with characters on the package) when we were in the grocery store one day.   Well, of course I should have known it wouldn’t matter what race car graced the packaging, he was NOT going to eat that yogurt.   I opened it and he took one bite and went with the “I don’t like dat!” reply that is ever too common these days.

So now I was stuck with a four-pack of yogurt he wasn’t going to eat.  HOWEVER.. here is the thing.. he eats frozen yogurt tubes ALL THE TIME. (You know the GoGurt type tubes, we happen to call them “squeezers” for some reason.)

Upcycled Mason Jar Terrarium

I am so happy to be here today showing you this easy upcycle Mason Jar Terrarium!

My name is Deborah, and I blog with my husband at Salvage Sister & Mister. Our mission is to assist you in salvaging your time, money, resources, and moments for your best life. One of the BIG ways we do that is upcycle projects, but we also cover family, food, and life. We love making the best with what we already have.

But I promised you a project, so on with the show.....
Turn a mason jar into this adorable succulent terrarium

How to Install A Pencil Tile Backsplash (And What It Costs)

How to Tile a Kitchen Backsplash
Back in 2012 when I madeover my kitchen, one of my favorite parts wasthe pencil tile backsplash.  A lot of people have complimented it when they see my kitchen for the first time, so I wanted to give you some details about it.  It is Golden Select Mediterranean Fusion.  It is made up of Turkish travertine, Spanish marble and glass.  It sells at Costco for $27.99 a box (which contain 5 sheets which are approximately 1 square foot each.)  However, when I was searching for tile during gym remodel they had an $8/box rebate which brought the price down to $19.99 a box or $4/sq foot!  You couldn't beat that price so I snapped up 10 boxes!

Imagine my surprise I saw this article in the Homes section of our paper.  It feels great to be right on trend especially on a tiny budget.  When I picked it out, I knew it was great tile, but I never thought of it as "high design." That makes me giggle.

You're Gonna Love It: Patriotic Summer Edition

Summer is Here!! Summer is Here!  I can’t wait to share these fun summer ideas from the linky last week!  THERE ARE A TON because I couldn’t decide!!  You guys are amazing! 

DIY Fabric Paint Stenciled Placemats

Easy DIY Placemats

Hi there! I'm Kim from Exquisitely Unremarkable and I'm so excited to be here today, sharing my super easy DIY stenciled placemats. Paint and fabric can warm up and personalize any room, combining the two is even better!

Drying Rack From An Old Crib Rail

Portable drying rack from old crib
I’m so excited it is finally Summer!  The kids are out of school and we’re able to slow down a little.  It also means that this month’s Power Tool Challenge, is all about SUMMER as well. Power Tool Challenge Team Summer Themed Projects

Frozen Treat Stand by My Love To Create

Red White And Blue Cornhole Game by Create And Babble

Drying Rack From Old Crib rail by The Kim Six Fix

Chair Spindle Wooden Garden Caddy by Interior Frugalista

Star Clothes Drying Rack by A Piece Of Rainbow

Farmhouse Bench Building Plans by Refresh Restyle

Vegetable Gathering Basket by Designs By Studio C

DIY Standing Towel Rack Tutorial by H2OBungalow

Reclaimed Wood Bookcase by Confessions of A Serial DIY’er

DIY Footstool by Virginia Sweet Pea

DIY Hose Hanger by My Repurposed Life

This month I came up with an upcycle for the old side of the baby’s crib, which we are no longer using.  (He is using the rest of the crib!)Old crib drop side upcycle

Finding Dory Hank the Octopus Stenciled Sign

Finding Dory Hank the Octopus Sign.

Earlier this week, I was invited to a pre-screening of Pixar's much awaited sequel to the animated classic Finding Nemo, Finding Dory.  I took my newly minted 7 year old with me since it was her birthday.

The movie was adorable. Since it has been 13 years since the original Nemo was released, there was a touch of nostalgia watching this new story.  All of our favorite characters were back, along with some amazing new ones.

30 Cake Stands I Would Buy Right Now (If I Needed More Cake Stands)

Cake Stands For Any Aesthetic.  Vintage, Rustic, Square, Glass, Round, Feminine.. you name it.  A gorgeous cake plate makes a great versatile decor item.
 So I have a small problem with cake stands.  Like I can’t see one in a thrift shop that I could turn down. I’ve talked about it before on Instagram.  Some women collect shoes, I collect places to hold cake.
Cake stands
But forget just cake!  They are just the most fun way of displaying pretty much anything.  My daughter turned 7 this weekend, I had to whip out my tiny little 6 inch cake stand to go with her tiny little 6 inch cake:
Birthday cake on cakestand
So which Cake Stands would I like to add to my collection next?

You're Gonna Love: Welcome to Summer Edition


This is the first full week of Summer vacation and I don’t feel like I”m on my game.  Trying to find a little structure in my week has been difficult.  But of course, I always enjoy taking a minute to host my party with Kathe! 

So what fantastic projects were featured this week:
The most popular link this week was: 
For What It’s Worth’s: 5 Steps I Didnt’ Consider Before Removing My Popcorn Ceilings
scraping popcorn ceiling
 This is a great reality-packed post about those dreaded textured ceilings and the work behind removing them. 

My featured links this week are: 

Anna Marie’s HaakBlog Crochet’d Pink Cat
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This is just one of a series of cats she is making for charity. I love it!  
Sawdust Sisters’ Modern Hairpin Leg Desk:
hairpin leg desk This modern take on the traditional hairpin is really sleek. And it isn’t difficult to make.

Besides these links I also added a bunch to my Pinterest board this week (and so did Kathe)
Ands a few of our absolute favorites went up on my Facebook Page and on Kathe's Facebook page (just look for the hashtag: #YoureGonnaLoveIt)  
If you have been featured here or at Kathe’s (her features aren't the same as mine) make sure to grab the "I've been featured" button (located on my buttons page under the "About Me" tab.)
Now for this week's link-up! 

Here are the really easy party rules: 
Feel free to link up anything you have created (recipes, decor, crafts, written or photographed). Anything you are so proud of you just gotta share it with others.

You can follow Kathe and I on social media, but it is not required. (We want you to follow us because you want to, not because you have to.)
KimFacebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Instagram / Google+
Kathe: Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Instagram / Google+
We would love it if you would link back in some way so that others come and party with us. Either grab the party button or add my blog link to your post or on your blog party page. But again, it's not required.
The Kim Six Fix
The Kim Six Fix

We ask that you please DO NOT link up giveaways, Etsy shops or anything for sale. Save those for the first Tuesday of each month when, Anything Goes!  We will reserve the option of deleting any post that we do not feel fits the theme of our blogs.
And now let’s see what you’ve got this week! Remember:The order of the links changes, so you don't have to stress out about getting here right at the start. 



*By linking up your post, you are giving The Kim Six Fix and/or Kathe With An E permission to use your pictures as a feature on this blog and other social media outlets.

Have a great week!

Southwest Quinoa Bowl

Hey y'all!  Mandee from The Kitchen Wife coming at you again from Wild Wonderful West Virginia!  Its summer, and bathing suit season is here.  If you are anything like me, you are trying to eat a little lighter and healthier.  But you don't have to give up filling and flavorful.  Take my Southwest Quinoa Bowl for example.


The protein and vitamin packed meal is perfect for a hearty lunch or a light dinner.  I know you are going to love it so...

Let's get started!

$3 Duncan Phyfe Style Harp Back Chair Makeover

Thrift Store Chair MakeoverOn Monday I was postponing tackling my laundry and dirty dish pile by browsing around the thrift store.  On the bottom shelf, covered in a layer of dust I came across a REALLY beat up harp back chair that was priced at under three bucks.  

This style chair is also called a “Lyre Back chair" because of the greek inspired motif on the seat back. Famed American furniture maker, Duncan Phyfe made this style of chair very popular back in the 1800s.  “Real” harp back chairs from that time period can be worth thousands of dollars.  This is clearly a modern reproduction, probably from the 40s. It wasn’t marked, so I didn’t feel bad updating it.
Three dollar thrift store chairOriginal Phyfe chairs are almost always made out of red mahogany and even the reproductions tend to go with that look.  This chair clearly was clearly not mahogany. (If it were I'd have cut it up for a project like this!)   The scratches revealed a much lighter wood underneath.  Even though finish had deep scratches and the seat was damaged, I figured it was only three bucks.  If it didn’t work out I wasn’t out much.. less than a cup of my daily Starbucks, so I brought her home. Harp back thrift store chairIn the past two days I completely transformed it.  And she is so pretty now, I’ve decided to keep it and use it to replace my yuck-o office chair in my sewing studio.  (She no longer looks like a Duncan Phyfe piece, that is okay, since she never really was!)

You're Gonna Love It: June's Anything Goes

  
June is here!  And I”m excited about today’s Anything Goes Party. Feel free to link up anything you have created (recipes, decor, crafts, written or photographed). Anything you are so proud of you just gotta share it with others. It is the first Tuesday of the month so ANYTHING GOES!!  (Etsy shops, giveaways, contests.. you name it!) 

And next week I’ll be also featuring our monthly Featured Small Business so be sure to share it here if you have one:
 
But first, let's talk about the fab links from last week! 

Easy DIY Concrete Clock with Color Blocking

Color Blocked Concrete Clock Easy DIYOkay guys, I couldn’t resist the sirens song.. The call of concrete was just too strong and so, once again, I’m bringing you another fun DIY/Craft project out of my favorite composite material.   I just love working with the stuff, and using it for everyday items (instead of building.. I don’t know.. a sidewalk or something) just seems so much more fun!

Today’s project is this totally mod desk clock (I suppose you could hang it on the wall, but since we live in Earthquake territory, the idea of a cement block coming down on my head seems EXTREMELY unappealing). I thought I would guild the lily by jumping on the “dipped” trend and color blocking one side with a fun and funky color and this was also my first time playing with dyed concrete, so that was another awesome adventure.

Repurposed Dish Towel Grilling Apron

Grilling Apron - Dish Towel Repurpose | www.thekimsixfix.comHi guys! Alicia here again from Sew What Alicia! One of my favorite things to do is wander the aisles of Target looking for inspiration! I found these really fun dish towels and being that I already have WAY TOO MANY dish towels I bought them anyway!

I knew that I would repurpose them some way and since it is all the delicious grilling animals I decided a uni-sex grilling apron would be appropriate (I know that is a little twisted but that was my thinking!)

Grilling Apron - Dish Towel Repurpose | www.thekimsixfix.com

 
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