Just sit me in the corner with the cone of shame.
Why did it take so long, you ask? Because I tend to want to feature every. single. link. so I put it off as that's not how these link parties work. Dammitanyhow.
Let me refresh your memory on what you were to link..... I wanted to see where you were a year ago at this time, or your first post ever. First I had 22 selected. Then I whittled away to 15.
This is why I will never be good at hosting link parties. So I did eenie-meenie-miney-mo.
To start, how about a concrete walkway that has botanical leaf imprints in it. A year ago ThisGreenHouse was documenting their new home progress... and pouring lots of cement!
And I remember the next one from last year - the post responsible for my summer hunt for futon frames. Susan at HomeRoad made a bench out of the wood from a futon. People usually can't even give those things away at garage sales, where are they now that I'm looking for one?
Last year this time, OurPinterestingFamily was busy installing a bead board ceiling in their bathroom. Curses.... now I want some on my bathroom ceiling too.
This next link was the one feature that was a no brainer for me to pick. I knew right away I was ordering some of the paint and giving it a try on the craigslist dining room chairs I picked up in November. Because, you know, I'm all about trying what I see from all of you.
Jean at TheBackYardBungalow used fabric spray paint to transform this chair. Hopefully soon you will see a chair transformation at Bliss Ranch too.
2012 had Linda at ItsyBitsandPieces redoing an entry way. Go see the before and how they gave the existing waiscotting the look of a built in. Linda is a super star, and one of the two bloggers to have actually met the elusive Bliss. I really do exist.
And because I really do exist, before blogging I gave away a table that looked just like the one Laura at TopThisTopThat redid. Now I want it back.
And lastly there was this...........
Ranger911 ..... misspelled. Because in bogging we have to be abe to augh at ourseves, which in turn teaches us to check spellling for a missing "L".
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