Good morning everyone and happy Saturday.
Can you believe it's that time again already? Time for the
Share It One More Time Link Party.
This week has flown by for us. We had our last day of school and summer is officially taking place at our house. My second oldest granddaughter graduated high school and we had a big party at our home. Then my oldest grandson is here to visit. There has been little time to do any projects or writing so I am going to share what I did get done.
I put together a hydrangea board of "Ideas for Growing and Showing Hydrangeas" for Hometalk. It will be sent out in one of their emails soon. But you can check it out by clicking on the picture or following the link above.
This week Tammy has been quite busy also. I just love seeing what she is up to each week.
She and 24 other bloggers participated in the Balsam Hill Welcome Home Summer Home Tour. You definitely have to go over and then follow the daily lists of bloggers that participated. You will find so much inspiration for your summer decor.
She also shows us how to display hydrangeas
in some out of the ordinary bud vases. So creative.
Each week I find myself amazed by all the wonderful projects and inspired by all your great tips and drool over so many awesome recipes - I love it all. It is always hard to pick just a few to feature. Here are this week's. I have a bit more to do in my gardens and patio and found several wonderful flower containers to help me with this project.
I love this cute little "faux" concrete flower container that The Scrape Shoppe Blog made. It is absolutely gorgeous with those pretty little succulents in it and I think it will amaze you how she made it.
These cute little sea urchin vases that Casa Watkins made are so pretty. I love that she painted them with silver paint to give them just the right amount of bling.
These stenciled flower pots that Let's Make It Lovely did have got to be the most cheerful and pretty little pots I have seen this spring. These would be adorable sitting around your garden or patio area.
24 Cottonwood Lane shows us how to make brand new curtains without sewing a stitch. Now this is my kind of project and can't wait to try it.
Patina Paradise made this gorgeous clock from a pastry dough board using the farragoz technique. I am crushing on this and want to learn this technique myself.
Little Brags put together this awesome collection of ways to decorate with crates. I found so many wonderful ways to use crates in our home. I am now on a search for crates.
Frugal Foodie Mama shared her recipe for this decadent Peanut Butter Chocolate Mousse Pie. Oh I can't wait to try this.
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