Time to party and link up your DIY Projects, recipes, crafts, and handmade gift ideas! Last week we had a bunch of festive DIY Fourth of July Ideas and beautiful DIY Home Decor Ideas linked up to our party. Here are some of my favorites! 
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DIY Home Decor Projects  at the36thavenue.com


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Fourth Of July Decor DIY Ideas at the36thavenue.com


Hey!! Who’s ready to PARTY? Come meet the crew & see our top picks from last week before we get started…
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Amy from The Idea Room, Mique from 30 Handmade Days, Heather from Whipperberry and Desiree from The 36th Avenue want to thank you for partying with us… You guys are the best!

Here are some of our favorite projects from this week!

Heather’s Favorite

DIY 4th of July Stars from The Sophisticated Hillbilly
How fun for your 4th of July celebrations!

Mique’s Favorite

How to Crochet Macaroons from Heart Handmade UK
Super cute!

Amy’s Favorite

Industrial Farmhouse Kitchen Makeover from Cherished Bliss
This kitchen makeover is stunning, you need to go checkout the before!

Desiree’s Favorite

Faux Painted Floor Runner from Thistlewood Farm This whole porch is amazing!

As always thank you for so may fabulous projects and recipes!

We hope you take a minute and button up HERE!

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We are featuring more of our favorite projects and recipes from the link party on this board!

Now it is time to party!

TPB Party Bunch Link Up... Every Friday to Sunday link up your projects over at theidearoom.net , thirtyhandmadedays.com , whipperberry.com or the36thavenue.com Four bloggers = ONE BIG PARTY! We can't wait to see your projects!

Here are a few things to remember before you link up!

Please make sure to share the love and grab a button here to let your readers know that you linked up with us! By linking up with The Party Bunch, you are giving permission to any of us to feature your projects and recipes on our social media with a link back to you. Thanks!

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