Sunday, January 8, 2012

Restyled Sundays # 19

Welcome Back To Restyled Sundays

Before I show you this weeks featured links, I want to share a feature at my house this week.
I have the most beautiful Amaryllis blooms that have finally opened up.
I received this for Christmas, actually got it mid December, and kept telling
my family it would open on Christmas Day. Or, pretty darn close.
Well, we waited and waited and it finally opened up yesterday. I assumed it would be
red or red and white, but I was totally surprised when I saw this.

I had never seen a pink Amaryllis and didn't even realize they came in pink.

Aren't these blooms beautiful?!

Now on to this weeks features.

First, Becky from Generation To Generation found and
salvaged this gorgeous church pew that had special meaning to her.
Be sure to check it out.

And Becky from Beyond The Picket Fence shared
her favorite things. I couldn't just pick one but I love the different colors of stain
on the first table, and I love, love, love potting benches. This girl can do
amazing things with reclaimed wood. I wish I could spend a week with her
and learn how to build like she does.

Korrie at Red Hen Home refinished this free table for a friend.
I absolutely love the two tone stain . She always does some amazing makeovers.

Last, but not least, is this amazing T-shirt Scarf from  Jenni at Who Makes Up This Craft
created from recycled old t-shirts. What a cute idea!


  1. Thanks for highlighting my table! Your flowers are beautiful.

  2. Thanks for hosting Ann! Your flowers look beautiful!

  3. Lovely features and flowers! Thanks for hosting!

    Angie @ Knick of Time

  4. I have never seen a pink Amaryllis either! It is gorgeous. I would be taking pictures too! Thanks for hosting. The table from "red Hen Home" is amazing. She does do really good work!

  5. Ann, Thanks for the Party! What a joy it is to share the church bench on your Sunday Party! Blessings, Becky

  6. oak dresser

    I really really like the living romm with the images created on the floor- very quirky!

  7. That church bench that Becky and her husband refurbished is just beautiful! It has such a warm color. But yes, the most important thing is that it meant a lot to her – that bench practically witnessed her grow up, get married, and bring her children to church. Hm, I think it’ll be a good move to add cushions to the bench. I also think cushions or pillows in deep red or navy blue are a good match for the bench. :)