Home Imagined Link Party #24

Welcome to the Home Imagined Link Party #24 where the purpose of this party is to share ideas and inspiration related to the home.

This link party is hosted by Rachel from The Antiqued Journey, Melanie from Lost & Found Decor and MaryJo from Master “Pieces” of my Life and myself.

We are four ladies who are passionate about all things related to the home. This includes refurbishing furniture, collecting vintage items, and decorating for the seasons. We also love a good DIY project, crafting and gardening.

We hope that you can share similar posts with others in this link party since the goal is that we all share ideas, read one another’s posts, leave comments and get inspired.

Our party starts at Tuesday, 9 am Eastern time and ends the following Friday at 5 pm Eastern time. We host the party every other Tuesday. Each hostess will select two posts to feature at the next link party. That means we will have a total of 8 features!

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Your Hostesses

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Rachel from The Antiqued Journey is passionate about antiques and thrift stores. Her blog is full of inspiration showing her latest finds and how she incorporates them into her decor.

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Rachel shared a post on her latest vintage finds. You will have to check the little vintage restaurant ware creamer she found for $3! She also has a post on an easy DIY cloche with sea shells. This is such an easy project for you to make and would look beautiful on any table.


If you are reading this on the Sky Lark House blog, then you already know who I am. I refurbish furniture, sell vintage and antique items and share small crafts/DIYs. You can follow me on any of these social media platforms.




I am sharing how this cute little cabinet got a makeover. It’s perfect for storing essential oils. Do you use essential oils? I also updated a popular post I wrote on collecting and identifying yellowware. If you watch HGTV or if you read any “country” magazines, you will see that this pottery is making a comeback!


MaryJo from MasterPieces of My Life loves all things that are weathered, tattered, tarnished, rusted, faded, shabby, & distressed because they have a story to tell. You can follow her on any of these social media platforms.




MaryJo is a master at styling. You will have to read about her seashell vignette in her foyer. With fall just around the corner, MaryJo is also sharing a post on easy ways to DIY pumpkins. She offers all sorts of ideas for making unique pumpkins – most of which are very affordable.


Melanie from Lost & Found Decor has a lot of experience with refurbishing cast-off furniture and hunting through thrift and vintage stores to find affordable and unique things. She was so successful in her endeavors that she turned her passion into a business.

Melanie has a thriving YouTube channel that I encourage you to check out. She offers a lot of free advice on how to have a profitable vintage/antique booth. She also takes you along as she hunts for treasures.

In addition to her YouTube channel, you can follow Melanie on any of these social media platforms.




Melanie has a post on how to fix scratches in wood furniture. Oh my gosh, if you are anything like me – learning how to fix scratches in furniture is like gold. If you have children or pets, you will understand what I am saying. You won’t believe the transformation of this antique dresser after Melanie painted it with Fusion paint. The end result is stunning! Look at the beautiful feet on that dresser!


Each of us selected 2 posts to feature from the previous link party. Below are two of my selected features. Head on over to Rachel’s, MaryJo’s and Melanie’s blogs to see the other folks who are featured.

Features for HILP 24

Deb from from Common Ground has the most beautiful display of sunflowers on her farm table. I was reminded of how beautiful sunflowers can be and I am so excited to have them bloom in my garden. If you are looking for some inspiration on how to decorate your home, head on over to Deb’s blog.

Cecilia from My Thrift Store Addiction shares how you can make a DIY pollinator puddler and self watering ola . Pollinators need all the help they can get and this little project is an easy way to make their lives better.

Please take a few minutes to stop by each of these blogs and leave a comment. A good deal of thought, effort and time that went into creating each of these posts.

Link Party Rules for Participants

Below are the rules we ask you to follow if you choose to participate in our link party.

  • No links with advertising
  • No links with giveaways
  • No links to other link parties
  • No links with roundup posts
  • Please follow each of us on at least 1 social network – Pinterest/Facebook/Instagram
  • All shared links should relate to the Home, Home Decor, DIY projects, Gardening or Recipes. 
  • Please comment on at least 2 other blog posts

Please Remember:

Just a reminder – the link party ends on Friday at 5 pm.

Please DO NOT pin images from this site since it won’t work correctly.

Make sure your images are in either jpeg or png format so that we can share them when you are featured.

By linking to the party, you give us permission to share your projects on our blogs and social media accounts. We will always give you proper credit with a no-pin image.

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  1. Anna,
    Great features!!
    Thanks again for hosting this wonderful party every week! I know how much time goes into doing so and I want you to know that it I truly appreciate it!! I hope you have a great week!

  2. Thanks so much for featuring my olla and pollinator puddler, Anna! I was on vacation last week and it was a pleasant surprise! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

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