Homestyle Gathering 4 | Your Homekeeping Destination
Homestyle Gathering 4 Your Homekeeping Destination is now live! Hope you will join us for the new link party on the block!
So happy that you are ‘party-ing’ with us this week! We have wonderful features and lots of days to link-up and join the party! (You can link up through Saturday!)
I was down with the flu this past week, so I was a bit late getting to visit y’all, but I DID visit each post, and it was so inspiring. I even met some new faces! FUN!
This week, Miss Rita Joy from Harbour Breeze Home is our hostess, so, take it away, Rita!
Homestyle Gathering 4
Welcome friends! I’m Rita Joy from Harbour Breeze Home, and I’m thrilled to be your host for this week’s Homestyle Gathering Link Party. It was so fun to visit last week’s submissions and get inspired by so much talent and creativity!
If you are new here and are wondering what Homestyle Gathering is, it’s a place for home decor bloggers to link up posts related to homemaking. Each week 5 features are chosen to be highlighted by a host. (This week, that’s me!;)) If you’re not a blogger, click on some of the buttons to be inspired and meet some new friends.
Now, let’s get the party started!
Meet your hosts:
Here’s what we’ve been up to:
My Wee Abode
Sunday Be Stills Encouragement
Quick Farmhouse Makeover for Outdated Frames
Serving Up Southern
Hospitality – How to Prepare for Overnight Company
Harbour Breeze Home
5 Ways to Give a Small Entryway Closet Farmhouse Charm
And now for the features:
Susan from Crafting a Family has a sweet tradition of making crafts with her kids. These special chocolate valentine boxes with pudding inside look so sweet and special.
Valentines Crafts for Kids || How to Make Homemade Chocolate Heart Candies
Cindy from Reinvented Delaware gives a fabulous tutorial on how to sew a farmhouse style shower curtain in this amazing post.
Easy Drop Cloth Shower Curtain
Candice from She’s Crafty Crafty came up with a genius solution for corralling all the paperwork chaos of home! Her chalkboard and clipboard command center is practical, pretty, and provides a place for sweet messages for the family.
Chasing Quaintness shows us how to make a stunning winter wreath. I love how it looks hanging on her front door. You should go check it out ~ It’s simply beautiful!
Michelle’s tips at Thistle Key Lane on how to create a cozy winter bedroom has me thinking of curling up in a quilt with a good book. Head on over to see her practical tips and ideas for warm winter decorating.
How to Create A Cozy Winter Bedroom
Thanks so much for joining us, and we invite you to come back each week to Homestyle Gathering.
Though not required at all, it blesses us when you visit each of our blogs and/or follow us on one of our social medias. 🙂
Since this is a party, please do mingle with other guests by visiting several other links (ya know, spread the love) – comments and pins are always a blessing.
Before you start, please review our rules:
- This party is for home decor and related homekeeping posts only (recipes, organizing, anything home-related). Link up to 3 related posts. Please do not link up informational posts that do not relate to the topic.
- If you would please NOT link up shops, advertising, round-ups, other link parties, or any posts promoting sales, we would appreciate it.
- DO NOT PIN FROM IMAGES ON THIS PAGE (it just won’t work right on Pinterest). However, please visit the original post/source and pin from there… that works perfectly.
- By linking to the party, you give us permission to share your projects on our blogs and social media. We will always give proper credit.
Now it’s your turn… link-up and visit all the beautiful blogs! We look forward to seeing you all next week with five new features… It could be you!
Thanks for hosting, happy Tuesday!
I LOVE seeing you here each week, Pam! Truly! Thank you for coming!
Thank you for spotlighting my Clipboard Command Center! xoxox
So glad to have you back at the party! Love your command center (the chalk wall is great!)
Thanks for the party, Julie. Glad to read that you’re feeling better. I hope you have great week.
Thanks, Bev… Hope you stay healthy! 😉 Thanks for linking-up! Have a great week, too!
Thank you so much for hosting this party. It’s my first time joining and I’m excited to see what everyone else is up to. Glad to hear you are feeliig better. Since you both live in “wee abodes”, I just gave my dear friend, Mary Elizabeth, the link to your blog so she’ll be following along as well!
You have a beautiful family and I love the photos on your blog. I’m a new follower for sure. Have a good week! ~Cheryl
So glad to have you at the party, Cheryl. 🙂 We are definitely both ‘wee-aboders’. 😉 Thank you for sharing with Mary Elizabeth. I’m enjoying seeing her new home come together on your blog!
Hi Julie! Thank you again for this link party. I’m wondering if gardening is considered an appropriate topic for this link party. I’ll be writing more about gardening in the future and I want to be sure it’s okay with the hosts here before I post an article on this topic. 😊
So many great ideas and such talented ladies!
Gardening is absolutely part of keeping a home! Link away, sister! 😉 Hugs!
Wonderful! I always like to ask rather than assume. Hugs to you and I’m glad you’re feeling better. 😊❤
Thank you, dear friend!
I’m sorry to hear you had the flu. I hope you are on the mend.🙂
I’m almost 100% So glad you linked up, Lisa! Hope to see you each week… always love your projects!
Just linked up! Great party!
Thanks so much for hosting!
Thanks for linking up! Always love your projects, Roxanne… truly!
Julie, thanks so much for letting me know about the link party! I am still getting a bit turned around with who is linking and hosting ;). I am calling the old lady, menopausal card on this one!!
I totally get it! Believe me! 😉
Thank you so much for featuring my heart post. I really appreciate the exposure. Thank you for hosting.
We are so glad you link-up with us, Sue! Congrats on the feature!