Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Share Your Style Party {No. 56}

Hi Everyone! 

I'm Julie from Little Farmstead

This is my first time hosting "Share Your Style" and I'm so happy you're here.

Two years ago, our family moved just past the city limits to our own little piece of country. We have chickens (farm fresh eggs!) and plant a garden each spring. We're grateful that our three sons have room to play and be adventurers. And while they're busy, I enjoy decorating our home in farmhouse style. ;)

I have been inspired by your love of home and the creativity by which you express it. I'm looking forward to seeing what you've been up to this week!

When you link up today, your post will be shared on all five blogs seen below.

And now on to this week's inspiring features...

Twelve on Main showed us how to make this adorable drop cloth sign for spring.

Make this easy dropcloth sign for spring!  You will want to make one for every occasion.  |
Rust and Ruffles Home beautifully transformed her purple countertops...

 I don't know what The Joys of Boys is trying to do to us. But please, pass the brownies! 
(I mean look at these!)

Marshmallow Brownies
Simply Designing  shared her DIY Industrial Work Table with Barn Wood. Such a great combination of rustic appeal, functionality and amazing design. Don't you think?

Industrial Work TableIf you were featured, we would love for you to display this button on your blog!

It's party time! Please share your make-overs, up-cycles, re-cycles, inspiration and recipes...anything that reflects your style. We simply ask that you have the "Share Your Style" link in your post and that you visit other bloggers. 

And now, please link away!


  1. Hi Julie, Thank you for hosting and it is nice to meet you..Happy Wednesday..Judy

    1. Nice to meet you too, Judy! Thank you for stopping by. Hope the rest of your week goes well!

  2. Thank you for hosting the party, Julie. I am enjoying familiarizing myself with your site.

  3. Thanks for hosting Share Your Style Party, Julie. Have a great week.


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