Home Imagined Link Party #35

Welcome to the Home Imagined Link Party #35 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, MaryJo from Master “Pieces” of my Life and myself.

I have some sad news to share. This will be our last link party! We have enjoyed hosting this party for the last 2 years. However, as with many things in life, there are changes and we must adapt. We hope to cross paths with you at some other link party or blog hop in the future. This isn’t “Good bye” so much as a “See you next time around”.

We are still sharing links for posts because we hope that you will share your ideas and comment on other’s posts. The whole point of the link party is to share your link while visiting other people’s posts and leaving a positive comment.

Our party will still end Friday at 5 pm Eastern time.

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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 has a post on decorating your home for winter using thrifted finds. As usual, you won’t believe what she found while thrifting!

She also wrote another post on decorating your home using neutral and vintage items along with natural elements.


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




Last week, almost every day the temperature was in the single digits. That’s without the wind chill. So, it was a good time to find some indoor activities to keep me busy. One of the things I decided to do was make some hand dyed ribbon. It’s so much easier than it sounds!

Also, with Valentine’s Day around the corner, I thought you would appreciate this post on making an easy heart garland. Let me tell you – it is super easy. As in – you only need 1 item to make the garland. Bonus, you can buy a package of this one item from your local Dollar Store.


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 has a great post sharing a variety of Valentine’s DIY Decor Inspiration. She did a round up of her previous Valentine’s Day projects so you can see them all in one post.

In a separate post, MaryJo shows you how you can customize glass plates to fit your style and event. She has a post on DIY Glass Plates for a custom look.


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 also embraced Valentine’s Day! She has a post with 15 of the BEST DIY Valentine’s Day Projects. There are some great ideas presented in this post.

She also has a post on how she spruced up the cutest vintage dresser. She painted this chest fo drawers the softest buttery yellow.


Donna from An Organized Season walks us through the process for organizing a junk drawer. If there is anything I could use in my life right now – it’s definitely an organized junk drawer.

Steph from Steph Creates Things shows us how to upcycle a metal can into keepsake decor. It’s amazing how she transformed a simple can into something charming and practical.

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.

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  1. Anna,
    Sorry to hear the this will be the last party….I do understand the amount of time that goes into hosting one and then visiting all the link ups…Thank you for hosting it as long as you did! I hope you are having a great week!
    Debbie-Dabble Blog

    1. Thank you for stopping by Debbie! We appreciate you so consistently participating in our link party. No doubt our paths will cross again in the “blogasphere”! Have a great week!

  2. Thank you for featuring my shabby chic keepsake decor. I also wanted to say thank you for all the times you hosted this wonderful party. Wishing you all the best.

  3. Hi Anna! I’m sorry to hear about your link party ending, but I understand! Thank you for all the time you and the others put into hosting! Thank you for featuring my organized junk drawer!! Take care!!

    1. Hi Donna – Thank you for sharing your posts with us. We have always enjoyed your content. Rather than good bye – I am going to say “see you around”. No doubt our paths will cross again.

  4. So sad that you are ending the linky party, Anna, but THANK YOU for always sharing so much inspiration! Creatively, Beth

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