It's obvious that I've waited too long to photo these little hydrangeas blooms. I cut them a couple of days ago, but things got busy and then yesterday afternoon the light was wrong, so this morning they're pretty moppy and limp. But what they're lacking in perkiness, hopefully these wonderful shades of lavender will make up.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Hey There, and Welcome to Share Your Style #28
Can you believe we're winding our way down in this last week of August? Many of us are having a little cool down in the temps so we're really looking forward to Fall. No matter what the season, we all have common decorating dilemmas. One that can really slow down progress is "Styling Shelving". Here's a great post from Michelle from Dandelion Patina, with some great tips to make this a much easier decor task.
On with the party, this week's host is Lynn.
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 of Summery 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.
Monday, August 24, 2015
It seems like life continues to be a series of small projects to accomplish, lately. Maybe that's because we've been able to get more things done with organization and unpacking all the million boxes we had, many of which were and still are marked "Decor". eeeck. I try not to overwhelm myself, but plug away at one thing at a time on my long list of "need to do". One of those projects has been getting a couple of tablerunners sewn for the little round table in the kitchen, and then the Dining Room.