Mirror Projects, Free Fall Printables, and TFT #361

I'm so glad you're here for another TFT (Thursday Favorite Things) link party!   TFT is a great place
for bloggers to share their content and gain new readers. No blog, no problem!  TFT is for blog readers too.

This week, some fun mirror projects were shared, and I'm happy to feature them!

Don't forget to click back to last week's party before you go, to see what you might have missed.


Debra, from Shoppe No.5, shared an easy way to create a shabby look mirror, with paper clay. I love paper clay!  And what a gorgeous rose mold.  Now I'm going to be off to the thrift stores to find a mirror.






Here's another fantastic way to upcycle a mirror. Naush created this cool jewelry stand from a broken mirror.





Marty, from A Stroll Thru Life, shared this lovely new mirror in her living room.  I love how it reflects the light and brightens the space.  Beautiful.





My last feature isn't mirror related, but I have to include these free watercolor fall printables from Julie at My Wee Abode.  They're lovely, and I love how she's displayed them.  I am always drawn to watercolors. And, they're FREE.



 It’s time to party, sweet friends. You can add three links until midnight on Saturday. One each day or all at once. Please invite your blog friends and social network to join us.  Inlinkz has implemented a new policy -- When you add your link to the list,  you need to click the little square boxes about their policies on the bottom right.

Please pin from the original source, and please leave a comment with your link#.  All of the hostesses share features, so you have 9 opportunities to be featured each week.



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14 comments

  1. Hi Pam !! Thank you very much for the feature. Super delighted that my trash to treasure project, appealed to you guys.
    Much love from Dubai
    Naush

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    1. Hi Naush! I loved your project! Thanks so much for being with us today.

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  2. Hi! I am numbers 89 and 90 this week. Thank you!

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    1. Thanks for participating Liberty!

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  3. Aw, Pam... so kind to include my non-mirror printables in your features! ;-) I'm doing a happy dance! ;-) I'm 'showing' off my DIY Velvet Pumpkins this week.. I have to be honest, I'm in love with them! ;-) Have blessed week, and thanks again!

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    1. I love the printables, Julie! I hope you have a blessed week too!

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  4. Thanks so much for hosting each week!! My link ups for this week are #95, 99 and 102!!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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    1. Glad you're here, Deb!

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  5. Hi Pam! I'll be clicking over to the shabby mirror post because you would not even believe how many mirrors have gotten the treatment from me--truly! I may count them tonight - there are 2 in the garden right now which I stenciled a French poem on. I'm partying with you ladies this week at #80 and #147 (a flourless chocolate cake recipe I created). Thanks for hosting and gathering all of this lovely inspiration in one fell swoop! Peace to you right where you are. :)

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    1. Your mirrors sound wonderful, Michele! I definitely would love a stenciled mirror in my garden. And flourless chocolate cake sounds great too, as I'm gluten free.

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  6. Thank you so much for hosting again this week. You always do so much for bloggers! Have a relaxing week!

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    1. Thank you Marilyn -- Hope you have a relaxing week too!

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  7. Thanks for hosting. I love the features this week especially that beautiful mirror..

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    1. Thank you for being here!

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