3.18.2015

Share Your Style Party #5

Welcome to the Share Your Style party today. 

 We are thrilled to have each and everyone one of you and just love all the inspiration you give to us each week. I know you have lots of blogs to visit so I am just sharing one bit of style today from my home. No daffodils blooming yet so I picked branches from the yard and plopped them down in an old ironstone pitcher....... Forsythia,  peach, dogwood, and plum.   Instead of color, I am loving the textural appeal it lends to the room.

 Thank you Kelly for hosting the party today.






Hello!  Welcome to the 5th weekly Share Your Style party!  My name is, Kelly.  I blog at The Essence of Home and I am your host this week.  I hope you will stop by my blog and check it out if you haven't already.  I love decorating in both Swedish and Country French styles. I have been blogging for many years and share decorating ideas, recipes, shopping excursions, gardening and some of my family life as well.    I'm so glad that you decided to join us this week.  

The great thing about linking up to this party is that your link will be shared on 8 blogs at one time!  So, you get great exposure for your blog.  Look at all these blogs that your one link will be shared on.



It was so much fun to look at everyone's links from last week's party.  Here are just a few that I wanted to feature today.

Rowhouse Blog shared some beautiful mantels on display in Nell Hill's store.  They gave me some great inspiration for some different looks.



The 2 Seasons gave a tutorial on how to make custom designer style pillows inexpensively.  I would love to own a sewing machine so I could do this!  One day, I will get up the nerve to buy one and try this myself.  



Buckets of Burlap showed how you can "think outside the box" by using a crate as a coffee table!  Her home is so charming in a country farmhouse style.  Go check it out.


Chatfield Court shared a yummy recipe for easy banana bread with something special added!  Chocolate chips!  I think I will give this a try.  I always seem to have too many over ripe bananas left over so this will be a good way to use them up.


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Thank you to each and every one of you for participating in this weekly party.  It would not be a success without all of you!  I look forward to seeing all of your new inspirations this week.




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2 comments :

Debra@Common Ground said...

Hi Lynn, all your budding branches look so pretty! Hope you're having a great week!

Diana Petrillo said...

Thanks so much ladies (and gentleman) for hosting! This is my first time joining in and I'm looking forward to the fun :)

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