Vintage Charm Party #168 and January Feature of the Month

February 6, 2019

Welcome to Vintage Charm Party #168! Thanks to all who linked up last week. And if you're new here, welcome! We appreciate each and every one of you who continue to come back and party with us. We're in constant awe of your creativity and talent. And once again we can't wait to see what vintage goodies, finds and projects you all have to share with us today.

But first, we'd like to announce our


Drum roll please..... Congratulations goes to 

Marie-Helene from Sheep Shop!

During the winter months there's nothing like natural elements and nature-inspired decor to warm up a space. So how could we not be smitten with the gorgeous DIY Hanging Juniper Botanical Print shared by Marie-Helene from Sheep Shop? Visit her for the tutorial so you can make your own! 

Follow Marie-Helene: 

Now let's find out what our 

hostesses have been up to!



Weekly Features

It's been difficult for us to choose just one feature each. Your vintage finds, vignettes and just plain creativity have been awesome!

Kathleen's Pick

I truly believe that Tara over at Stilettos and Shiplap is my interior decorating twin. Seriously, I am in love with her fireplace makeover. From the painted tiles to the new mantel to the shiplap wall to the gold accented corbels -- she really nailed it! Drop by The Corbels Made Me Do It and see how it all came together. Absolutely gorgeous!  

Cecilia's Pick

Ann from Dabbling and Decorating shared Valentine's Day Decor Ideas including her absolutely swoon-worthy front door! Her combination of colors accented with vintage skis is perfection--not to mention the picturesque snowy photos of her charming Vermont home! Visit Ann for cozy, vintage, and hygge inspiration!

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Party Guidelines
(Does #7 say "Prizes"???)

1. Content: Submit up to three posts that involve vintage finds, crafts, DIYs and other vintage subject matter. No shops or direct advertising, please.   

2. Reminder: No recipe links, please.   

3. Link-back: We'd love it if you'd include the Vintage Charm button or a text link back to the party in your linked post. 

4. Visitation: Please visit other blog posts -- after all that's what a link-up is all about. When pinning please go to the source of the photo to pin it so the originator of the post gets the credit.

5. Hostess Love: Consider following each of your party hostesses' blogs and/or one or more forms of social media. We love connectig with each of our guests and will be highlighting features on all of our social media.

6. Spread the Word: Consider mentioning Vintage Charm on your social media to help spread the word and make this party a great experience for everyone. 

7. Prizes: Keep in mind that each month we will select one of the month's featured posts to be featured on both hostesses' blogs. At the end of the year one of the twelve monthly features will be selected as the Grand Prize Feature of the Year. Prize TBA.

8. Permission: By linking up to Vintage Charm you assert that the photographs are yours (or you have permission to use them) and you give your hostesses permission to feature them on social media or a blog party with a link back to your blog. You will likewise assert that the content of the post is your own.  

We hope you’ll follow our Vintage Charm Features and Favorites Pinterest board and check it every week. We don't just pin features, but many other posts we love as well. We want to build your traffic and popularity any way we can! 

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handmade by amalia said...

Another lovely party, Kathleen, thanks for hosting.

Kippi O'Hern said...

Thank you for hosting the party. Have a great week, Kippi

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