Share Your Style ~ New Shop

Welcome to the New Year and our Share Your Style Party.   While it seems January is the month to purge, lighten the load, clean out and organize, I have done the opposite.  Call me a glutton for punishment but I have gone and added a second location to sell my vintage, antique, up-cycled, re-cycled and artistic endeavors.  More work but I so love what I do.  This one is on the opposite side of town from where I live and will see a different clientele.  Wish me luck and maybe in February I will get around to some re-organizing.  :).  A glimpse of our new sign for the second location.  

Now on to the party!  Cannot wait to see all the new inspiration for 2016.  I know some of the bloggers will be showing me some new ways to get organized.  xoxo

Hi everyone and Happy New Year!!! Welcome back to another Share Your Style party. We are sure glad you are here. Hope your holidays were wonderful. 

Over the past few weeks I shared with you some of my Christmas decor and a little exciting news. As you may know Mr. Rosemary Lane and myself have been working on our kitchen giving it a much needed updating. Well as part of the kitchen project I painted a hutch I purchased for $40 at ReStore and then dolled her up for the Christmas holidays.

I also had a big surprise on Christmas eve. The UPS man delivered this book to our home.

I didn't know why until I opened up the enclosed letter to find out that one of my recipes is featured on page 118. I was shocked as well as excited!

So it was a very Merry Christmas at 21 Rosemary Lane!

Now on to the features!
The holidays are over but I couldn't help featuring the beautiful Christmas decorating done by Melissa over at the blog Dancing Dog Cabin. I really cannot get enough of Melissa's home no matter what time of the year it happens to be, and she posted some knock out holiday photos of her gorgeous decorating style.

Diana from Adirondack Girl at Heart shared a wonderful tutorial on how to create a stylish and vintage magazine rack using an old brown rack from the 1980's. Pretty isn't it? You simply have to check out the "before"!

The next feature is from my sweet friend Judy over at 
Gold Country Cottage  who shared with us her royal "Snow" family collection. Judy writes some of the most fun and creative posts you'll every read...this one is no exception!

I love scrubs and these scrub recipes linked up by Mandi from 
Moments with Mandi look and sound good enough to eat! To be honest I never heard of a lip scrub but it is something I would definitely love to try!

 And my recipe pick for this week is broiled bacon wrapped scallops with a spicy dipping sauce from blogger Kelly Stilwell. What can I say, she had me at bacon! 
A great game day treat don't you think?

If you have been featured this week please make sure to grab our Featured My Style button before you go!

And now on to this week's Share Your Style party! We hope you'll join in with your decor, vintage, DIY, tablescapes, creations and yummies… in other words, pretty much anything STYLE related.

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I hope your new year is off to a great start.
Thank you so much for hosting.
Happy new year.

Diana said...

Thanks so much for hosting, Lynne. Congrats on your new venue for selling vintage and Happy New Year!

All About Vignettes said...

Congrats on the second location. So exciting. Love the sign and especially the "junktales". Cute.

Diana said...

I almost forgot! Thanks so much for the feature, friends!

Deanies Stash said...

Thank you for hosting! Good luck with your new location!

xo Dianne

Betsy said...

I need to try the pie recipe, I love apple. Congratulations on your second location. I wonder to if you ever come across three candolier Noma (think that's the name) candles with halos. I saw one but it was costing waaaay too much. Time period 1930's. I am still looking but hard to find.
Happy Saturday

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