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Tuesday Turn About #139 Spring Preparations

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TUESDAY TURN ABOUT #139 SPRING PREPARATIONS

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This week was so fun to look at all the spring inspiration, ideas, and tips! Here in So Cal, the weather is going back-and-forth and forth-and-back. Ninety degrees one week, then 60 degrees the next. I feel badly for those with allergies. 🙁

I threw out my back this weekend, and it’s taking a while to heal. A visit to the chiropractor may be in order. With that said, I’m going to make this post short and sweet so I’m not sitting at my desk any longer than my back can handle.

This week’s features include DIYs and projects that will start off your spring preparations.

Remember…

Be sure to hop on over to My Family Thyme and Reinvented Delaware to check out SIX additional features from TTA!
If you haven’t been featured at MWA this week, you just may be featured there!

First, let’s look at some tips.

Weekly Household Tip

Have you ever used a hairdryer to remove a stubborn label? I can’t believe I used this tip for the first time this week. There was a sticky-stuck label on my new refrigerator, so I pulled out my trusty hairdryer, heated the label, and slowly peeled it off. There was some residue left behind, but some olive oil and a lint free cloth took care of that!

Weekly Blogging Tip

When you are writing a tutorial for your readers, remember to write it FOR and TO them, not ABOUT you.

For example, when sharing how to sew a pillow cover, sometimes we naturally say, “First, I put the two pieces together. Next, I sewed them on the machine. Then, I turned it inside-out.” (Notice how this is written talking about “me” and what I did.)

Try writing the post for/to your readers. “First, you take two pieces of fabric and put them together. Next, you sew them on the machine. Then you turn the fabric inside-out.”

The difference will let your readers know they CAN do the project, instead of the them thinking, “Yeah, YOU can do it, but I don’t think I can.” 😉

Now, let’s get to the party!

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A DIY That Creates “Extra”

My sweet friend Aliya from Open Doors Open Hearts cooked-up a DIY that added space, storage, AND organization to her tiny farmhouse kitchen. Be-bop on over to the blog to see exactly what she did, and what you can do, too!

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Start Your Foraging Now!

Want a pretty decor DIY to add to your home this season? My former co-host and dear friend Michelle from Thistle Key Lane is showing us how to create a natural spring bird nest for a coffee table or centerpiece. See exactly how you can make this lovely spring project!

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Paint it White!

Don’t you love what a paint of coat can do? And when it’s white, it just elevates the item even more! Take a look at how Astrid from The Chipped Maus updated a couple of her home decor items… because YOU can do it, too!

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Let’s start sharing! Because this is a party, we encourage all who link up to visit several other bloggers who have linked as well – comments and pins are a great way to spread the love!

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  • This party is for home decor and home-related posts only (recipes, organizing, DIY, crafts, etc.). Link up to 3 related posts. Please do not link up informational posts that do not relate to the topic.
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It’s really such a blessing to have all the bloggers and readers join us each week! Can’t wait to see what you have for this party!

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30 Comments

  1. Hi Julie, hope you’re back is better soon; absolutely no fun! The hairdryer trick is a really good one. I learned that one when I was a antiques dealer. Some people just don’t get it, like putting stickers on old books, eeeeeck. Thanks so much for having us over, feel better!

  2. Julie, I’m hoping your back gets better soon! Good tips for writing on a blog. I agree with Debra about stickers on books. Especially vintage books 🙁
    Thanks for hosting 🙂
    hugs,
    Rachelle

    1. Thanks, Michelle… yes… I’m having to be careful right now. No standing while holding the baby (who, by the way is SO good!) 😉

  3. So sorry to hear about your back! That sounds painful. I hope you get better soon my friend 🥰 Great tip about the hair dryer – who knew??

  4. I love Aliya’s peg rail project. And this week’s blogging tip is genius and makes so much sense. Why didn’t I think of that? Thanks for sharing!

  5. Sorry to hear your threw your back out..I hope you feel better soon!!
    Thanks again for hosting this lovely party every week! I know how much time goes into doing so and I want you to know that it is greatly appreciated!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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