Happy Friday (and February)! I’m so pleased to welcome a lot of new readers as a result of my Airstone bathtub project. I hope you’ll all link up a project this week and join the fun!

Here are the features from last week:

Two words: pallet headboard. Amazing. Check out the rest of this bedroom makeover at Smart Girl Style.

{Smart Girl Style}

It looks like I wasn’t the only one working on a bathroom makeover this week, head over to The Simple Craft Diaries to see the rest of this one!

{The Simple Craft Diaries}

I love a good staircase makeover, and this one from Urbane Jane is beautiful. Wait until you see the before shots!

{Urbane Jane}

I have been super into coconut oil lately, so I was excited to see this body butter recipe from 4 You With Love!

{4 You With Love}

Thank you everyone for linking up! If you’ve been featured, grab a button from the sidebar! Now on to this week’s party, and here are the “rules.”

1) Please link to a specific post, not your blog address.

2) Share the love and comment on other people’s blogs! We all love comments!

8 Responses

  1. Luisa

    That pallet headboard is great, but the chevron throw she has on the bed is pretty awesome! Thanks for the party! Happy Friday!!

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  2. Laurie

    Love the stairs. I so want to take the nasty carpeting off ours and do something like this to them, but having a hard time getting the hubs on board with it. Probably because the majority of the work will be done by him. 🙂 Thank you for hosting each and every week!

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  3. Marilyn

    Rachael
    Thanks so much for featuring my 3 ingredient body butter! I am totally crushing on coconut oil myself. It’s a magical oil!

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  4. Foy Update

    I am three weeks into a month of eating the Wahls Diet which is all about eating the right nutrients for brain health. I’m sharing a recipe which may sound odd: Sardine Avocado and Citrus Salad. Have you ever actually tried a sardine? They are actually pretty tasty, reasonably priced and have lots of good nutrients like omega-3s, calcium and protein without the mercury that larger predator fish like tuna have. I ate them once a week while I was pregnant and I still do as a breast feeding mom.

    http://foyupdate.blogspot.com/2013/01/brain-food-sardine-avocado-citrus-salad.html

    I also linked up a post on several of the strategies I’ve developed to make sure I get all my nutritious food everyday:

    http://foyupdate.blogspot.com/2013/01/five-strategies-for-wahls-diet.html

    Thanks for hosting!

    Foy

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  5. Marilyn

    Rachael, thanks again for featuring my 3 ingredient body butter. I have received SO many visits and it shows that they have come from here. You totally rocked my blog. 🙂

    Reply

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