Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Late Summer DIY's at All About Home #107

Hello friends and Welcome to the All About Home Link Party. It's the last week of August, (thank goodness!!!) and I'm so excited for September! Thank you for taking the time to come by and share what you're up to this week. We always look forward to seeing all the great DIYs, decor, crafts, gardening, and recipes that you are all creating. 












Amber and I are excited to be hosting this weekly party
 that celebrates All Things Home.
We love to see what you're up to on Your blogs,
so please join in and share your inspiration.






I've been starting to transition from Summer to (early) Fall, without putting together an overdone and heavy look. I know I cause a lot more work for myself by doing this in stages, but I just cannot stand to look at heavy and dark texture, color, and florals when it's still so hot outside. So... I'm still using some sunflowers and lighter "warm" colors to make the transition.

Last week I was part of a group of bloggers who shared our ideas and tips for making that transition. I share photos from past posts (and houses) and some new pics which I'll be sharing in more depth with other pics. If you haven't had a chance to check out my post and visit my fellow "Hopsters" then take a minute for some great inspiration and ideas.







Earlier in the week I shared my last post on "Late Summer"
with my farm tabletop tableau.
Yep... I'm heading into Fall. YAY!!!





Please be praying for our dear friend Amber. She and her husband have Covid as of over a week ago. Her husband has been to the ER twice to receive care but released to go home. Amber has been at home but feeling pretty bad. Her boys have been isolating, but helping their mom and dad. We're praying for God's healing hand on all of them and for no long-term effects. Amber is just amazing, as she put together our Blog Hop last week, while she was really sick. This is her post from last week at the Hop. Thankyou Amber.










With Fall around the corner we're starting to see early projects and decor inspiration to get us in the mood and give us a head start on our Fall decorating. Here are a few fun posts from last week.




Julie from Restyle Relove gave us the totally easy and simple 






Lee Ann at Creative Moments shared a
This is just gorgeous and she gives detailed 
step-by-step photos and sources.




Katie from Let's Add Sprinkles has been busy
updating so many aspects of their rancher they bought last Fall.
She has so many great re-dos and has an adorable helper
named Caroline. 








Lynne at Thrifting Wonderland shared her Fall Wreath DIY.
I love seeing other peoples ideas for making our own seasonal wreaths.
I love this double ribbon and she gives directions on how to get this look.






Thanks so much, ladies!





This Link-Up is for all of us that love Home Decor, Vintage and Antiques, Garden and Outdoor Spaces, Seasonal Fun, DIY, Crafts, etc. We think Link Parties are a great way to share our homes and find inspiration and ideas from like minded bloggers. From Room Reveals to your latest Thrifting and Flea Market finds, we want you to join in the party fun!

Party Guidelines:

*The party runs Monday at 7:00 Eastern/6:00 Central  p.m. through Thursday at midnight.
* Please share up to three posts related to things that are "All About Home" such as home decor, DIY, crafts, gardening, recipes, vintage and antiques, etc.
* Please do not link up individual items from Etsy Shops, EBay or other selling sites.
*Please include a courtesy back link to your hosts Common Ground & Follow The Yellow Brick Home at the end of your post so others know where to join in the fun!
* Each host will be choosing her own features, so be sure to visit each blog and check them out.


I'm starting a new Pinterest Board to share the features from each week.
You can follow along here at, All About Home Link Party

If you don't have a current seasonal post,

feel free to link up a with an archived post that's seasonal.

Thankyou for taking the time to
join in on the party.
Each of you are so appreciated.






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12 comments:

  1. Thank you Debra! I've been heading into Fall too, I just adore sunflowers this time of year and I love all your sunflower vignettes and table~ have a great week,
    Jenna

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  2. Thanks for inviting us to the party on a water-logged Monday! Take care!

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  3. Debra, I can never get enough of sunflowers! All of the features are wonderful and I will enjoy checking them out.
    hugs
    RR

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  4. Thanks for hosting!! Love the transitioning ideas! Have a great week!

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  5. Thank you for the party. I love seeing all the creativity!

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  6. Hi Debra,
    Love all the transition ideas from both you and Amber. Hope she recovers quickly. Thanks for the feature for the "Wreath". It's great to be able to share ideas.'
    Lynne, Thrifting Wonderland

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  7. Debra,
    I am so sorry to hear about Amer and her husband...will be praying for their quick recovery!
    Thanks again for hosting this lovely party every week! I know how much time and effort goes into doing so and I want you to know that it is greatly appreciated!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  8. Thanks for hosting I know I'm late to the party. Hope you enjoy my Indian corn wreath

    I have sunflowers on our kitchen table right now. Thanks for hosting

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  9. So many great ideas. Thanks for hosting.

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  10. Hi Debra! Thank you for the party and I'm so glad to join you! After quitting blogging for about a year, I started and new blog and you are the first party I've attended.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  11. Happy Tuesday Debra! Thank you so much for featuring my Terracotta Risers this week! What a lovely surprise! My prayers definitely go out to Amber and her family for a quick recovery. Thank you for hosting Take care, Julie

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