4 Men 1 Lady
6th Street Design School
7th House on the Left
Addicted 2 Decorating
All things G&D
Brick City Love
Chris Loves Julia
East Coast Creative
Emily A. Clark
Enjoying The Small Things
Fly Through Our Window
High Heel foot in the Door
Home Stories A to Z
House of Earnest
House of Turquoise
I Heart Organizing
In the Fun Lane
Isabella & Max
Life In Grace
Lil Boo Blue
Little Green Notebook
Live Laugh Love
Making It Lovely
Miss Mustard Seed
Pewter & Sage
P.S. I Made This
Pure Style Home
Tatertots and Jello
Thifty Decor Chick
The Handmade Home
The House of Smiths
The Lettered Cottage
The L of Lands
Two Twenty One
Under the Sycamore
Young House Love
Great blogroll! I’ve been to all of these!!
I am in the planning stages of my kitchen Reno. I am planning on painting my cabinets and wondering how your cabinets have held up with the paint that you used. I think it was a B M acrylic. Love everything you’ve done!
Thanks so much. Julia
It was BM Advance and it has been great so far. If something gets on it and I feel the urge to scratch at it with my fingernail I have without any damage. I usually take a wet rag to them for cleaning or a magic eraser if the red chair bumps against it and creates a mark. I do recommend spraying the doors because wherever we touched up with a brush, it does show a little more. In general though, even with the exhaustingly long ‘curing’ stage, I highly recommend it.
xo – kb
Katie! I stumbled upon you and am IN LOVE! I’d love to be considered for your blogroll while forming mine! I’m a 6 month old little baby blogger and appreciate what you’ve done and continue to do here! Hope you like what you read at THE LifeStyled CO!
Hi Katie – My name is Gina and I help run a company called Source Sleuth (SourceSleuth.com). Our service helps journalists, bloggers find experts for their stories.
We just got an inquiry from a reporter looking for a DIY decor expert or blogger to share 5 creative, stylish ways to decorate with pumpkins, ideally with images to share or each pumpkin, and I thought you’d be a good fit.
Let me know if you are interested and your best point of contact – and we will make the connection. If you do not wish to participate, we would very much appreciate any referrals. There is no catch, obligation or other nonsense.
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Hi Gina…thanks for your inquiry! Here is the email address for you : [email protected]
xo – kb
Katie: Love reading your blog. You have such a cute family. When showing my husband your faux brick idea, he suggested when using your jig saw and skill saw to do the cutting for the faux brick, cut from the back side and it will prevent the chipping and rough edge on the brick side. I would like to use this idea as a backsplash in our basement bar and possibly under our chair rail in our pool table area, so we’ll see how his idea works for us.
Good suggestion. Since our cover plates cover up the edges, we didn’t care and went for speed but I totally see how your solution would be nice!
xo – kb
Hi Katie! I’ve been following your blog for a couple of years now and wanted to see if you’d like to do a giveaway for an Origami Owl locket/necklace and have one for yourself. If so, just give me a shout and we can set something up. (I couldn’t find a “contact me” form anywhere so this is as close as I got). Thank you! -Liz
Actually I don’t handle any giveaways anymore…you can email Jeremy directly (he is the one that sets everything up and can tell you if there is any availability). Here is his address – [email protected]
xo – kb
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