Can you believe yet another week has flown by and it’s almost July 4th? What happened to things slowing down in the summer? haha
Did you see the reveal of the Totally New Look For My Mantel last week? If not, I’d love for you to check it out and let me know what you think. That whole side of my family room looks sooo different than it used to.
Whether you’re here to link up or just here to get oodles of inspiration, I’m so glad that you’re here to party with us!
Let’s get started!
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Hi, everyone! I can’t believe that the 4th of July is almost here! So to celebrate a little early, I thought I would share some of my own patriotic projects with you, including my Pottery Barn inspired stars and stripes burlap pillow! I think the burlap adds texture and a vintage feel that looks right at home almost anywhere.
And I am excited to join my Country French design group for our monthly share. This time it’s Dining Outdoors…French Style. The weather is perfect for le petit déjeuner on the patio, so head on over and join me. I have set the table with my favorite French dinnerware, too!
And I am also excited to share some of my favorites from your fun ideas for the 4th of July that you have posted at the Scoop over the last few weeks! You all are really knocking my socks off with your fabulous inspiration!
And now…here’s what caught my eye at last week’s Scoop…
Serendipity Refined showed us how to use milk paint as a stain when she made over her fabulous bergère chairs…always one of my favorite styles!
Cottage in the Oaks shared her broken birdbath repurposed as a mini succulent garden…great idea!
I love this light white natural foyer from The Nest at Finch rest! So pretty!
And now for a few more ideas for the 4th of July…like this patriotic wreath from Our Home Away from Home. So fun and festive!
And finally, who wouldn’t love this one…an edible Old Glory from Celebrate Creativity…all of my favorites on a skewer!
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