Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Share Your Style #199






Welcome to  Week #199 of Share Your Style!
Can you believe we are almost at that 200 mark? We are proud that Share Your Style is still going strong and that you are here to help us celebrate this mini landmark!

Hello, I am Barbara and it's my turn this week to host the party. Welcome to you all and please feel free to share our party on your social media ~ we appreciate the love!


A few party rules: 


*Please visit a few blogs while you are here and make a new friend or two.

*Feel free to link up to three home decor, DIY, crafts and recipe posts, thanks! Backlinks would be greatly appreciated as we try to grow... 

*And if you would follow your hosts we would appreciate it! Check out our other social media sites, too. Plus keep in mind that Google is eliminating Google+ at the end of March if you follow me there and any of your other friends. Kristin hosts White Arrows Home on Wordpress so her's is safe. 
:)





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Featured this week at French Ethereal

 I am sharing a trip to the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum in Walnut Grove, Minnesota. This was part of our larger visit to see my son and daughter-in-love and their new home in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

We also went to visit an apple picking farm during our trip and snapped some incredible photos in the freshly fallen first snow of the season plus their friendly sweet dogs Bandit and Luna.




This is a quiet blog week for me as I just drove 1330+ miles by myself from Texas to California to meet the movers at our two 10'x25' storage units. Our household goods have been in storage these past 3 1/2 years and finally everything will be moving into our new Texas home!

I can't wait to share more of our home with you as we unpack and then begin work on garden design later this spring.


The mishmash in one of our storage units... Lol!


Here's what Kristin shared this week at
White Arrows Home:






Book Club, Reading List, Book, Reading


Kristin has a monthly book club and in this post she shares three good reads!




Now for this week's features




alice-in-wonderland-tea-party-menu-serving

Up first this week is more from Deb-bee's Buzz' wonderful
Wonderland Tea Party! Table decor and the menu is shared in this whimsical tea party themed post with links to her previous.
Love the fascinators!!!


Put two plastic flower pots together to make an easy patio umbrella table pretty springtime summertime planter.
This adorable DIY Umbrella Table Planter created by Victoria at Dazzle While Frazzled had me at garden-hello!



Easy Strawberry Oatmeal Bars filled with fresh strawberries stacked on parchment paper.

These Easy Strawberry Oatmeal Bars by Erin at Suburban Simplicity look so delicious and the strawberries are sooo good this year! I know you'll want to bake some of your own.
;)'



Looking to add to your reading list this year? These are the must reads for 2019 - what will you read this year?

Jessie Fearon shares some wonderful reads to help us with our
daily lives and make them better. Mr. Ethereal and I have personally been working the Dave Ramsey "live-only -on-cash" plan for over a year now ~ and it works!




Lori at Dining Delight created this fun and festive St. Patrick's Day tablescape ~ perfect as a last-minute idea to use in our own homes. 

Love all the green!



Inexpensive Box Store Table After Makeover


Our last feature this week is from Marie who writes The Interior Frugalista and shares how to make a Box Store Table Look Expensive.



Please stop by each of our featured artists and let them know how much you like their work!


Let's party!



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6 comments:

  1. Barbara, what a wonderful surprise to see my Wonderland tea party menu and buffet featured --- thanks ever so much! Wishing you the very best on your move and all the work that involves. I can't even imagine driving that far!

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    1. Hello Debbee! I LOVED your Wonderland tea party ~ it would have been so much fun to attend. Thank you for the well wishes on the move. I did the drive to California in three days and it went well. The movers came on Wednesday a week ago, Salvation Army on that Thursday and then I drove the leftover donations to Habitat for Humanity.

      Began the long drive home on Friday and got home late last Saturday night a week ago. Movers delivered this week and now it's just taking our time putting things away.

      Happy to be in our new home and will be ready to share more soon,
      Hugs,
      Barb :)

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  2. Thanks for the feature, Barbara! Wishing you the best with settling into your new home and state.

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    1. Thank you, Marie! We are officially in our new house and now it's just a bunch of unpacking and arranging. :) See you this week for SYS #200!

      Happy hugs,
      Barb :)

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Hugs,
Barb :)

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