Happy Monday friends! I am so happy it’s Easter week, aren’t you? During this special time of year we are reminded about what really matters and how blessed we are no matter what we are facing! As we are beginning our third/fourth? week of staying home, I am finding even more joy in gathering with each of you here on the blog to celebrate our homes, families, crafts, decor, gardens, recipes and more. I am truly grateful you are here, and I hope you enjoy this fun party as much as I do! I am sure the spring inspo and Easter ideas are going to be top notch this week, so even after visiting today I encourage you to swing back by on Friday after the party has wrapped up to check out all the links that were shared this week. I can’t wait to see!
Debra and I are thrilled to be your hosts each week. After linking up here today, be sure to head over to Common Ground to say hello to Debra and to check out her party features too. She always has so many beautiful posts to inspire! Before we move on to the link up, here’s what we have been up to recently:
On Friday I shared my Vintage Cottage Style Easter Dining Room Decor for the “Easter’s on Its Way” Blog Hop. I had so much fun styling my table with some vintage-kitchsy planters and fresh daffodils, as well as my favorite French-Farmhouse cottage style elements. I also shared a beautiful antique tablecloth that I scored back in the summer at an estate sale.
Can you believe I only paid $20 for this nearly century old work of art? It was kept in immaculate condition by the previous owner with no old musty smells or stains. I love it!
Please do hop on over to my Easter dining room after partying here today to find so many inspiring ideas by 24 creative bloggers! You will find links to each post at the end of my hop post.
When you check out my Vintage Cottage Easter Dining room from this year, you will see that I didn’t set a full tablescape. With all that has been going on I was just craving a more simple design. If you are still looking for ideas for a beautiful Easter table setting you might enjoy seeing my “Consider The Lilies”Sacred Easter Tablescape from last year. I enjoyed creating a tablesetting that focused on Jesus more than bunnies and rabbits. I do plan to repeat this theme again in the future.
On Thursday I got together with several blogging friends for a fun Spring DIY and Crafts blog hop hosted by my friend Barbara of French Ethereal. I shared how to plant up an Easy and Elegant Spring Container. I have been enjoying my planter for over three weeks and now it is in full bloom, just in time for Easter!
You will find links to five other creative spring DIY and Craft posts that you won’t want to miss at the end of my post.
Debra shared her beautiful Easter entry. It’s so bright and cheery!
“Orange ya glad it’s almost Easter?”
Bunnies and Carrots Easter Decor~Dining Delight
Spring Wreath Pinterest Challenge~Let’s Add Sprinkles
DIY Twine Carrots~DIY Vibes
Easy Gluten Free Carrot Cake~Mommy Hates Cooking
Thanks so much to everyone who visited last week. Enjoy the party!
I am praying that each of you stays safe this week and that you have a blessed Easter holiday!
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!
*The party runs Monday at 7:00Eastern/6:00Central 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 posts that pertain to fitness, beauty, fashion, diet, business and finance, homeschooling, blogging tips etc. Those links will be deleted.)
* Do not link up individual items from Etsy Shops, EBay or other selling sites.