It has certainly been a whirlwind week of travel! Although the Florida weather will be nice again, there is nothing sweeter than spending time with those sweet granddaughters and my dear daughter. While in New York City I met with the great staff over at Hometalk and I have another exciting project coming up with them I will look forward to sharing with you. I also got to see two great Broadway shows, Kinky Boots and Hello Dolly! I hope I am going as strong at 70 as Bernadette Peters is! I see another snowstorm is heading up the Northeast coast, and hoping all of you are safe and sound! If you are having bad weather, I hope you are staying warm and dry indoors! Have a great week, and enjoy the St. Patrick’s Day festivities in your part of the world this coming weekend!
My first pick from last weeks link party was this fabulous coastal/beach house inspired wreath. Deco mesh seems to be all the rage right now, and Cathy from Vintage and Paint and More, really took the material to the next level when she created this stunning piece!
This lovely and fun modern take on a Spring brunch tablescape was brought to us by Cristina. There were so many fabulous pictures that you should head over to Birds Party to see them all. I want these placemats!
It was no surprise that the most clicked link last week was this breathtaking pink and white themed Easter tablescape. I urge you to head over to Dining Delight to view all the elements that went into creating this gorgeous design.
How fun are these DIY spring inspired pillow covers that Sandra featured from last week? All the instructions for creating them for yourself can be found at Dazzle While Frazzled.
Sandra also chose this savory pasta dish based upon supreme pizza, need I say more? For the full recipe Burlap and Blue is the place to go.
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