Celebrate Your Story! #216
Celebrate Your Story! Link Party
Happy Monday friends! Today was a glorious Monday because I’m finally back to my routine. Last week my daughter was out sick for 3 days and she had Monday off for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. She’s now feeling much better and she was happy to go back to school.
Unfortunately, I’m way behind on my craft room makeover. Hopefully by tomorrow, I’ll post about the curtains and daybed cover. Then I have a lot of purging and organizing ahead of me in preparation for the reveal next week!
Now, on with this week’s party!
Rita from Harbour Breeze Home shared her tips on how to style beautiful Farmhouse Style Winter Shelves. I love the white pottery and all of the real and faux greenery!
Looking for comfort food? Check out this Ham and Potato Soup from Jamie of Anderson + Grant. There’s just 8 ingredients and it’s ready in 20 minutes!
Michelle of Our Crafty Mom made the cutest Valentine’s Day Gnome Wreath. You won’t believe what’s under his beard…go check it out!
I can’t get over these vintage cast iron skiers! Debbee from Debbee’s Buzz gave these family heirlooms a starring role in her fun Ski Cabin Winter Tablescape.
The grocery stores will soon be brimming with hot cross buns for Easter, so why not try this Hot Cross Bun Bread and Butter Pudding from Claire of Claire’s World? It looks so good with a cup of coffee!
This colorful tablescape with fresh tulips just makes me smile. Jenna from The Painted Apron scored these beauties at Trader Joes for just $5 a bunch!
The most clicked link of the week is this simple yet elegant Eucalyptus Embroidery Hoop Wreath from Beverly of Across The Boulevard. Can you believe she made this in only 15 minutes?
Thank you to everyone for sharing, and congratulations to all of the featured bloggers! I had so much fun reading your posts and discovering new to me blogs. Don’t forget to link up your new posts to have a chance to be featured next week at Celebrate Your Story!
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Hi Rebecca! Thank you for hosting a great party. Hope you’re doing well!
Hi friend! I’m so happy you stopped by. I hope you’re doing well too!
Thank you so much for sharing my Ham and Potato Soup recipe!
You’re welcome, Jamie. I’m so happy you’ve joined the party! The soup looks delicious 🙂
Thank you so much for hosting. This week I am excited to share my creative ways to use vintage containers as vases and my favorite books on parenting teens! Hope you have a great week!
Thanks for stopping by and linking up, Kristin. I can’t wait to check out the vintage containers!
Thanks so much for hosting!! I hope you have a fantastic week!!
Thanks Debbie! I hope you have a great week as well!
Beautiful features! So glad your sweet girl is better! Wishing you a great week ahead!
Hi Lynne! There’s a lot of colds and flu going around this year…luckily she was only sick for a few days. Thanks for stopping by and linking up!
The tulip tablescapes makes me wish for spring to come sooner, love the colors! Hope you have a great week!
I hear you, Pamela. I’m more than ready for an early Spring! Thanks for stopping by the party!
I’m excited to have had my eucalyptus wreath as the most clicked! Thanks for the party, Rebecca. Hope you’re having a good week now that things are back to your routine.
The eucalyptus wreath is so pretty, Beverly. It looks perfect in your daughter’s bedroom. Yes, it’s nice to be back to my routine!
hi Rebecca, thank you for featuring my Tulip Tabletop Garden, I just adore tulips! Thanks for hosting, and good luck with your craft room and organizing!
I just love your tulips and the vibrant colors of your tablescape, Jenna. I wish we had a Trader Joe’s nearby. The craft room is turning out to be a big job, but it will be worth it when I’m done.
Rebecca, thanks so much for the feature on my ski theme winter table —- much appreciated. I just found out the skiers are actually from my dads childhood which I’m ecstatic about.
What a treasure, Debbee! I’m sure you’ll be passing them down to your boys. They were the finishing touch on your fabulous tablescape!
Love that gnome. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.
Thanks for coming to the party, Patrick! I hope you have a wonderful week too.