The Great Outdoors Link Party!

It’s party time!

Time to link up anything outdoors.

Like my old Step Ladder Bird Bath and

my $6 thrift shop find turned Outdoor Dresser Planter.

Isn’t she a hottie?!

For all my non-blogging readers – check out the mini thumbnails at the bottom of the post for some fabulous outdoor ideas!

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And of course, my fab 4 co-hosts worked their magic outside too.

Check them out.

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  1. Yay! I will link this afternoon! (I know…late, but I have a day job I cannot quit. Yet.)

  2. WooHoo!! So happy to be hosting with you yet again. Too bad we’re not sitting on the rooftop pallet bed with margaritas, but this is a different kind of party. :)

  3. Happy to be partying today with you guys!

  4. Kelly,

    It is so much fun to be hosting with you! You that I adore your project and would love to take it yard saling with me :)

    Happy great outdoor day!

  5. And we’re off … so happy to be partying with you my friend! And that dresser planter just blows my mind. Seriously. Crazy cool stuff …



  6. love this cute dresser!!

  7. thanks for hosting! i linked up a couple of outdoor projects/spaces! :)

  8. Well, sugar… I guess I had better get that dern post written… and here I thought I had it all together! That’s what family coming to visit does to me… fun, but throws me off my game!!!

  9. Hi Kelly,
    So happy to be back and linked up on this party! Love your dresser planter….trying to decide if anyone in the family would notice if an indoors dresser “accidentally” found its way to the patio……

  10. It’s fun to see new and unexpected uses for things – I never would have thought to turn a dresser into a planter! Such a great idea, and your bird bath is so charming :-) I’m sure the birds in your neighbourhood love it!

  11. I’m so excited that I’m able to join in the fun. Looking forward to checking out all the posts tonight for more inspiration!

  12. Thanks for hosting a GREAT party!

  13. I pinned your dresser garden and have had an eye out ever since!

  14. Love these ideas! So much more creative than my buying pots… Thanks again for helping host!

  15. Thank you so much for hosting this party, for dropping by my site and for your sweet comments on my front porch. Truly appreciated.

  16. hey there jersey girl! so great to be co-hosting this event with you! such awesome creations so far! : ) sending hugs!!!! as always…you rock!

  17. I linked up my lame bush removal post. My excuse is that May is a tad “early” for those of us who live in cold, colder, coldest climates! Love your drawers!

  18. I am loving all the inspiration. My pictures are all ready, the post will have to wait until tomorrow. Gotta run to finish work on someone’s kitchen……Have a great day!

  19. thanks so much for hosting this fun party!! I am new to your blog and loving it! Can’t wait to see some of the other links :)

  20. Love all this fabulous inspiration all in one place! Your dresser planter is so cool, what a great idea!
    Thanks for hosting.

  21. Hi Kelly! I’m still up and on my Ipad. Just saw your comment. Thanks so much for coming over. You can pin away! I’m honored. You party is a fantastic hit! Once I get my backyard in shape I’ll join you all again. I’m kind of new to the blogging party scene so I didn’t know if it was appropriate to link one post to several parties or not. I’d like to pin your dresser if you don’t mind. I’ve never see a dresser used as a planter and the color is divine!!

    Now, I’ve got to get to bed soon because 6 AM comes mighty early!

    • You should link your posts to as many parties as you like! And we have link parties planned every other month. Second Tuesdays in July, September, November and our big Mission Possible party in January. Different themes for each party – check out my sidebar for the big yellow and black button with all the dates and themes and join us! Thanks so much for pinning my dresser!

  22. It’s so much fun to join in with everyone! Thank you for hosting :-) I LOVE your dresser planter – it’s awesome. This is one project that I would really like to try one of these days!

  23. Kelly, such creativity! I love the dresser and ladder! Thanks for hosting this great link party! It’s always fun to see the other’s projects and ideas!

  24. Can’t wait to go back and look at all the other links! Finally made it!!! Literally.

  25. Kelly,
    Thanks for co-hosting such a wonderful collection of out door inspiration! Your projects are always so clever and creative. Just be aware of who’s in ear range when you announce you “have to weed out your drawers.” :O
    Your Friend,

  26. Kelly, Thanks for hosting such a great party! I’m spending the rest of the night looking through all of the amazing projects! Yay! and… What a great birdbath, I was just thinking of how I might add one…

  27. Just stopping by via From our Front Porch to Yours linky party. I love your blog!!! Now I have to carve out about three extra days to read through it (which I will happily do). Now following you also.

  28. Love your dresser! And the ladder, would love to find one, an old wooden one. Had my son-in-law make me one but it isn’t quite the same. :) Thanks for visiting me!

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