Tuesday Turn About #38 – Turning Green

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Welcome to the party… Tuesday Turn About #38 is turning green!tuesday turn about title banner


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Lots going on this week at My Wee Abode…

After 21 hours of labor, my favorite first niece (all my nieces are my favorite… my favorite first niece, favorite second niece, and so on), made me a great aunt for the first time by delivering my favorite first great niece.  Juniper Diane was born on March 1, just 28 minutes past making it as a leap year baby.  We are all in love with little Juni!

Family from Florida arrived today and will be at My Wee Abode through next Monday morning! It’s wonderful to have family visiting and I’m hoping my aunt and uncle will enjoy their cozy little time at MWA while I stay at my daughter and son-in-love’s home (thanks, Nika and Mark, for being so hospitable).

This week I’m turning green, but not with envy… well, maybe a little envy from all the wonderful decor and projects shared for St. Patrick’s Day.  As always, wish I could share them all, but three will have to suffice. However…

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Let’s take a look at all the wonderful green inspiration from this past week!
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Here’s what we’ve been up to…

My Wee Abodetuesday turn about 38 turning green nest with pastel eggs and bird with coat hanger and wreath

Spring Home Tour and the Comparison Trap

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Spring Home Tour With Vintage Inspired Collectibles | Simple Old Fashioned Cocktail Recipe

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Spring Mantel with DIY Cherry Blossom Flowers | Bright and Beautiful Home Inspires Spring Decor

This Week’s Features:

Light and Bright Vignette

Bev from Across the Boulevard is sharing how to create a light a bright St. Patrick’s Day vignette.  The understated green and white decor is fresh and lovely.  And there is a tutorial for making the wreath, too!tuesday turn about 38 vignette with wreath flower vase and wooden sign on shelf

Green Bread?

This bread from Marilyn’s Treats is SUPPOSED to be green!  This yummy pistachio sweet bread is made from ordinary ingredients that you don’t usually use for bread! Take a look, and let me know if you make it!pistachio sweet bread on wood surface

Green Transferware

Do you know what transferware is?  Take a look at Debra’s post to find out! The lovely green transferware collection she shares at Common Ground is a perfect way to welcome spring and covertly decorate for St. Patrick’s Day.seed box with green transferware

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  1. Thank you for featuring my sweet bread! Thank you for hosting! This is what I featured the week of 2-24 to 2-28 on my blog. On Tuesday we started with a Baileys Chocolate Coffee Cream Pie. Wednesday was my Baileys Irish Cream Cheesecake. Thursday I featured a Baileys Chocolate Chip Cheesecake. And winding up Baileyโ€™s Week I posted 6 Tips To a Perfect Cheesecake. It is part of my Tip Friday Series. Enjoy!

    1. Of course, Marilyn! It was hard to choose which recipe to feature! Great photos, my friend! Hugs!

  2. Congratulations Julie! How exciting and wonderful for you all! And in the middle of all that, you found time to host TTA – you’re something, girl! Hope you have a great week with all that joy around! โค๏ธ

    1. Oh, TTA is a blessing… and not a hard thing to do at all! We love hosting! Hugs, sweet friend!

  3. Hi Julie, congrats “Auntie”, how wonderful to have a new baby in the family! And thanks so much for featuring my green transferware, have a wonderful rest of the week!

    1. You are so welcome, Debra. And thank YOU! Juni is one of those amazing easy baby’s… good thing, too… more tomorrow!

  4. Congrats to your niece! What a pretty name they chose! Thanks so much for featuring my St. Patrick’s Day decor. I appreciate it! I hope you have a wonderful time with your extended family this week, Julie!

    1. Thanks, Bev… and you are welcome, too! Hehe. I’ll be sharing a bit more tomorrow about the past week. Hugs!

    1. Thanks, Amy! It’s been an exhausting week, but lots of blessings, too! So glad to have you at the party!

  5. Such a fun week celebrating family, Julie! I know it’s an exciting time. Thanks so much for hosting. I hope your week is fabulous. Hugs, CoCo

    1. Thanks, Joanne! I’ll share more tomorrow. ๐Ÿ˜€ Hope you link up some of your posts with us!

    1. Thanks, Alexandra… It’s actually been somewhat of a difficult week. I’ll share more tomorrow. (All is fine.)

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