Welcome to the 28th week of Share Your Style. This week, Lynn from The Vintage Nest is your host. I hope you will take a look at some of the great features she's sharing from those of you that linked up last week. I'm looking forward to seeing more inspiration this week!
My name is Lynn and I am the author of the blog, The Vintage Nest, and today I am your host for the
Share Your Style party
Welcome! ~~~~~ Share your link on one blog and it will also be on seven others....great exposure for your blog and inspiration. We love that you are here and delight in all that you SHARE with us. We hope that you will visit other blogger post. You may find a new recipe that you just have to try, a new bloggy friend, a project to do this week, or inspiration for an Autumn vignette. And please add a link back to the party on your post. :)
This week on a blog post I explained a little bit about pickling, white washing or liming furniture. I took you thru the process that I use on a vintage pine cabinet. I hope you will check out the post here.
As always, it's terribly hard to pick out just a few features for you. I spent hours looking at all the beautiful posts. Here are a few that really caught my eye. Enjoy and if you were featured please grab the button below to post on your blog. :)
On the blog Bringing French Country Home, Pat shares some late summer blooms in her garden. My garden is waning right now, especially with no rain lately, and I enjoyed her post and beautiful photos so much. Thank you Pat.
Is this the cutest vignette ever?? Michelle of Dandelion Patina, shared how she made a lounger out of hay bales. How charming for your front porch for Fall, right up on to Thanksgiving. Thank you Michelle for this charming inspiration.
Sarah gave us the basics of canning. With summer's bounty coming in in full swing right now, I loved that she shared her knowledge with us. It's so healthy for you! Not to mention so pretty sitting on the shelves in your kitchen. You can find her post on her blog Must Have Mom.
LZ ofSummery Umbrella, shows us how to make the cutest branch ladder. Perfect for an Autumn vignette on your front porch or yard, on a screen porch holding some throws for those chilly nights or just as she shows, which family photos. It's so cute LZ.
And Briana of the Bargain Briana blog, shared with us how to make this adorable crayon wreath. Now, wouldn't your kids think you are the best Mom on the block with this on the front door for the first week of school or on a school teacher's class room door? Thank you Briana for this delightful project.
I hope you're having a nice Monday so far. After a long week of rain here, it is nice to see the sun shining once again. My allergies are starting to improve too. I think I will continue to take my Zyrtek throughout the Fall months so it will not come back. It seems to be helping.
Do you love orchids as much as I do? I have had good luck growing them (somehow). I am not an orchid specialist but what I do know about them is that they will only flower part of the year. So don't think they're dead if they stop flowering! When your orchid looks like this it's still alive but not too pretty though.
That's about all the French I know. I chose Spanish over French in school, so I'm not going to be able to write a true "French" post! However................
I love French style decor. So, when I found these pretty accessories in the store, La Bella Maison, I knew I had to bring them home. One of my favorites, is this pretty candle holder. It looks just like a small crown.
Welcome to Share Your Style! Are you ready to show us what you've been up to lately? I can't wait to see! This week, Rosemary from 21 Rosemary Lane is your host.
Hi Everyone and welcome to another fabulous Share Your Style Par-tay!!!
It's me Barbara from the blog 21 Rosemary Lane, and I am your host for this week's jamming party. Wow can you believe that the summer is almost over? Gee whiz it went by fast didn't it? Well before we get this party started let me share with you some of what I have shared here this month at 21 Rosemary Lane.
I'd like to invite you all to stop by sometime and visit me over on 21 Rosemary Lane.
There was another ginormous turnout for last week's party so thanks to all who came by to link up!
Alrighty then, without letting another second go by here are
First up is this absolutely stunning kitchen transformation from the beautiful blog Edith & Evelyn Vintage. See how a tired 1970's kitchen was dramatically taken 40 years into the future. It is truly amazing!
OK this post caught my eye because I have to be the Queen of used candles. I must have at least a dozen and a half sitting around the house that I just couldn't bring myself to throw away. Barb from Sparkles in the Everydaylinked up this wonderfully detailed tutorial on just what to do with them!
And yes I am getting geared up for my favorite time of the year, Autumn. This link fromStill Woods Farmhouse is filled with beautifully unique ways to adorn your door for this most nostalgic and colorful season.
Barb from The Everyday Home put together 10 wonderful tips for organizing your laundry room. Thank you Barb!
The blog Anne's Entitled Life shared a yummy Sidecar Cocktail Recipe. The last time I had this classic drink had to be years ago so I plan to give this recipe a whirl!
And finally Sally from Cottage Fixshared her struggle with selecting curtains for her pretty blue family room. I think she hit a home run with this lovely lace and toile combination.
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While my husband was away on a guys camping trip over the weekend, I took advantage of some shopping. That is standard protocol isn't it?! I took some pictures to share with you so you could see how pretty this store was. This store had everything in it that I love. Check it out!
The other day, I stumbled upon these pretty draperies in a soft grey and white pattern. As soon as I saw them I instantly thought of my kitchen. I have a lot of white in there with some grey accents. So, I thought these draperies would be another way to bring in some grey along with a soft pattern.