Welcome back to week number 7 of the Share Your Style party! Can I tell you how happy I am that you are here to join in on all the creativity. Spring is starting to be sprung and I have been really enjoying the milder temperatures of this past week. Also I've been busying myself wrapping up some of my indoor projects so I can get outside and attend to some much needed post winter clean up. So before we get to this week's party, let me recap with you what I posted since SYS #6!
Work is continuing on our home office update and last week I revealed to you my revamped Mid-Century Chandy.
I also shared some ideas for easy spring entertaining by creating a Cheese Pairing spread using delicious Boursin cheeses.
And finally for the kiddies I made some Cottontail Cake Balls .
And now for this week's host who happes to have her own introduction already prepared for you!
It's time for another Share Your Style party!!! A big thank you goes out to each and every one of you who have joined in so far. Each week one of your hosts will take a turn choosing the features, and then ALL EIGHT of us will share them on our blogs for tons of exposure.
THIS WEEK'S HOST:
Amanda from Dixie Delights!!
"I’m a so-Southern girl that's spent her whole life living in the South. I love fabulous home decor, everything Lilly Pulitzer, the ballet, Coca-Cola, reading, anything Southern, smocked outfits and knee socks on boys, grits, throwing parties, cooking, the beach, red apple martinis and, most of all, my family. I’d be *delighted* to have y’all join in on the adventure through my blog!”
Karri at Blue Ribbon Kitchen shared these absolutely darling bunny sack races just in time for Easter! I wish Mother were in town to help me pull these off.
The Joyful Home shared her Easter and Spring décor. I’ve been a long admirer of her style and particularly love her linen bunny DIY. While you’re over on her blog, also check out her ideas on teaching kids about Easter. A topic near and dear to my heart.
The Painted Apron offered a wonderful tutorial for painting bunnies. I am severely challenged when it comes to painting, but this is one even I couldn’t mess up!
Sweet Chaos Home shared her positively stunning chinoiserie wallpaper panels and ingenious frames. I was swooning over her entire home and will be staking out a place for something similar stat!
If one of your links was featured, be sure to grab our button before you go!!
Now, on to this week! We hope you'll join in with your decor, vintage, DIY, tablescapes, creations and yummies… in other words, pretty much anything STYLE related. Grab our party button and add it to the bottom of the posts you link up:
With that, it’s time to Share Your Style!!