Hello friends! I hope you are enjoying the beauty of late August wherever you are! Summer is winding down and fall is just around the corner. Sunflowers are putting on a lovely show right now in Kentucky, they and will be in bloom for a few more weeks as we slowly transition into autumn. I have always loved how these bright and cheerful flowers take us from summer-to-fall in the garden and home decor. With that in mind, today I am sharing some beautiful ideas for summer-to fall decorating with sunflowers. *This post contains affiliate links.
Happy AUGUST, and welcome to Thursday Favorite Things! I am thrilled to be joining Katherine at Katherine’s Corner and wonderful group of bloggers for my third year as a co-hostess for this fantastic weekly link party for bloggers and blog readers too!
If you are looking to grow your blog, make new friends, and or simply to be inspired each week, this is the place to be! *Bloggers: If you would like a chance to be featured, please leave a comment with the number of your link up. We can’t wait to see what you have to share this week! (If you missed the last party you can find it here.) To get the party started, let’s take a look at what I have been up to recently:
Taking the step to create a vegetable garden at home can be a rewarding and fulfilling adventure. For both you and your children if you have any. Aside from giving you a great hobby and learning some new practical skills, you will have a reward in the shape of some delicious, healthy homegrown fruits and vegetables. *This post contains affiliate links and/or sponsored content.
Welcome dear friends! Today I am honored to be joining my friend Marty of A Stroll Thru Life and 14 other talented bloggers for the Inviting Summer Bedrooms Tours. *This post contains affiliate links. See my full affiliate disclosure for details.
After five weeks of hard work I am finally ready to share my first real “reveal post” of my vintage sink potting bench and our new backyard cottage garden! Sometimes it only takes that one junkin’ find to completely transform your home or garden. That’s exactly what happened when I scored this vintage drainboard sink for $32 at an antiques shop and decided to upcycle it into a beautiful and useful potting bench.