Saturday, May 6, 2017

Sundays at Home #157

Hello, friends! I hope you have had a great week! 

Ours has been busy but good. We've had a few beautiful days (do you see that sunshine coming through our windows?!) and we were able to get our vegetables planted in the garden. (Hooray for small victories!)

So happy you've joined us today for Sundays at Home...

Sundays at Home Link Party

Here's what Jennifer, Susan, Kelly & I have been up to this week...
Sundays at Home link party
Dress up your Front Porch this Spring | Celebrating Everyday Life blog


Now let's check out this week's features...

Sundays at Home link party
DIY French Tuteurs for the garden from She Holds Dearly

These DIY French Tuteurs for the garden from She Holds Dearly are so charming! As I mentioned, I'm beginning to tackle a few projects in my yard and I'm dreaming of planting a few veggies. Of course, it would thrill me to look out and see a scene as lovely as this!

This Summer Tool Caddy DIY is definitely on my list of projects to try. I am planning on sprucing up one of my out buildings and making a potting bench type of area - this little caddy will add a perfect farmhouse chic accent!!

There are few things tastier than fresh Spring vegetables and the simple deliciousness of this French Asparagus and Egg recipe is a perfect example of light done right, in my opinion!

Congratulations to our featured bloggers!
We will be sharing your beautiful work on our Sundays at Home Pinterest board & on our FB pages and Instagram accounts throughout the week. Follow our board & pages to see.

So nice if you would follow us on Instagram

Ready to show us what you have been up to? Well, then ~ Link up!! A link back is to one of our blogs is appreciated. Link up your own work, no ads, or giveaways. Linking gives us permission to share a credited photo on our social media accounts. Have fun & share! 


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