and Suzy from Worthing Court Our host this week is…
Debbie at Confessions of a Plate Addict
Hi everyone and thanks so much for joining us each week! After all, it wouldn’t be a party without our guests! We’ve had a break after a week of rain for some beautiful spring weather so I am getting my patio in order for summer. It’s time to add flowers!
On the blog, I was excited to be invited to curate a board of RESTORATION HARDWARE INSPIRED DECOR DIYS for Hometalk! Be sure to head over and check them out. I have included a couple of super easy and inexpensive ideas of my own!
And if you know me, you know that as a retired French teacher, I always have a little bit of France on my mind and in my home. So I am sharing FIVE WAYS TO ADD FRENCH LAVENDER TO YOUR HOME…that wonderful scent that takes me to Provence every time! You will also find some great tips from our Country French design group as well!
And now for the fun part…I get to share some of your wonderful ideas that caught my eye last week!
Poppy at With a Dash of Color shared her pretty Spring Tea Tray Vignette. Bird nests and flowers just say spring to me!
Beth at Mary Beth’s Place showed us her beautiful French Chair Makeover…created especially for her mom!
You know I loved this tablescape…Butterflies in Blue & White…from Judith at Botanic Bleu! Pretty place cards and fresh flowers add the perfect touch!
Hey…Cinco de Mayo is not far away so be sure to file away this recipe for Cinco de Mayo Mini Taco Dips from Mary at Home is Where the Boat Is! Yummy!
And you’ve gotta love the bright spring colors in Julie’s Spring Wreath that Will Make You Smile! Head on over to Love My Simple Home to check it out!
And now…I can’t wait to see what you have to share, so let’s get this party started!
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