8.19.2015

SYS #27 Party ~Rustic Fruit French Tart

Hi folks, It's Lynn at The Vintage Nest blog and I am thrilled to have you here at our Share Your Style Party.  This week I shared an easy peasy rustic fruit tart.  With peaches and blackberries coming in now at the markets, I hope you will try.  Rustic but elegant and it taste so good.  (cook's note: I used Swerve instead of sugar and I couldn't tell the difference)
Today's party host is Barbara of the blog 21 Rosemary Lane. Enjoy the party and please remember to visit other links for your day's inspiration.


Hi Everyone and welcome to another fabulous Share Your Style Par-tay!!! 


It's me Barbara from the blog 21 Rosemary Lane, and I am your host for this week's jamming party.  Wow can you believe that the summer is almost over? Gee whiz it went by fast didn't it? Well before we get this party started let me share with you some of what I have shared here this month at 21 Rosemary Lane.

After I returned from helping my parents pack up their Florida home to move north, I posted their gorgeous bridal Edelstein Bavarian China set my mother so sweetly gifted to me. We are also in the throws of Updating our Screened-in Patio so I shared phase one of this process. And if you like loaded potato skins or just loaded potatoes, stop by to check out this wonderful recipe on how to make A Very Loaded Potato Salad. Finally I shared our new Guest Bedroom's Summer Linens

I invite you all to stop by sometime to visit 21Rosemary Lane. 


There was another ginormous turnout for last week's party so thanks to all who came by to link up!

Alrighty then, without letting another second go by here are 
First up is this absolutely stunning kitchen transformation from the beautiful blog Edith & Evelyn Vintage. See how a tired 1970's kitchen was dramatically taken 40 years into the future. It is truly amazing!


OK this post caught my eye because I have to be the Queen of used candles. I must have at least a dozen and a half sitting around the house that I just couldn't bring myself to throw away. Barb from Sparkles in the Everyday linked up this wonderfully detailed tutorial on just what to do with them!


And yes I am getting geared up for my favorite time of the year, Autumn. This link from Still Woods Farmhouse is filled with beautifully unique ways to adorn your door for this most nostalgic and colorful season.


Barb from The Everyday Home put together 10 wonderful tips for organizing your laundry room. Thank you Barb!


The blog Anne's Entitled Life shared a yummy Sidecar Cocktail Recipe. The last time I had this classic drink had to be years ago so I plan to give this recipe a whirl!


And finally Sally from Cottage Fix shared her struggle with selecting curtains for her pretty blue family room. I think she hit a home run with this lovely lace and toile combination.


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Lynn
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4 comments :

Sarah said...

Such beauty shared at this party. Thanks for hosting, Lynn.

Diana Petrillo said...

Great features this week, Lynne, especially that rake door "wreath." Thanks so much for hosting!

Kimberly Lewis said...

Hello gorgeous! Thank you so much for hosting such a fabulous party! Please take a minute and stop by our party. We would love to party with you twice this week! Lou Lou Girls

Art and Sand said...

That kitchen is awesome. We are in the middle of redecorating our kitchen so I am headed over there now for ideas.

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