Our guest host this week is
Jamie of Southern Revivals
dogs and a rabbit. But if I had my way I’d have cows, horses, sheep and
at how we revive things down south at Southern Revivals and you’ll see
that even chickens can be divas!
the life of old or forgotten furniture but also as a way to save mine.
You can read the About Me section of my blog to read my personal story.
Phoenix rise from the ashes. A reminder that no matter how bad things
get they can always be clean up and made beautiful again. The marks,
scratches and scars received along the way add character, tell a story
and only serve to enhance their beauty. It’s amazing how much like old furniture we are, isn’t it?
be able to do what I love and add beauty to the lives of others. When I
first started Southern Revivals my only hope was that maybe, just maybe,
some people would buy my furniture so I’d be able to keep on doing it.
And now here I am an honorary cowgirl! Life is amazing!
Now I can’t wait to see what everyone else has been up to! So go ahead! Cowgirl up, Ya’ll!
leave a comment with your name and blog address below! If you are
selected, you will be introduced in the Cowgirl Up post for that week,
and we’ll include a link to your blog. We’ll send you the code for the
party ahead of time. Lots of fantastic exposure for you, and the post is
written for you! *****
This week’s party was all about LOVE!
Here are the projects that made me say “I love that!”
After all, a valentine doesn’t always have to come in an envelope.
We are looking for the latest and
greatest projects, tutorials, ideas, crafts, recipes, decor, and
inspiring stories. Anything that you are proud to show off.
The four of us are all Texas
bloggers, but you don’t have to be Texas, country, western, or own
horses to participate in Cowgirl Up! You just need that “can-do”,
(Please read the guidelines before participating)
You may link up decor, DIY, crafts, guest post, recipes, giveaways,
sewing, inspiring stories, and anything that you feel related to the
By linking up you are agreeing that the photos are yours or that you
have permission to use them, that we may use those photos to feature
your project in a blog post, on Facebook, Pinterest, or Twitter with a
link back to your blog of course.