Welcome to Saltwater Sounds, a collection of ideas, tips, and inspiration. This is where I share everything happening in the world of Shiplap and Shells, what’s to come, and the inspiration I’ve found from other bloggers around the web.
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Are you ready to say goodbye to January?
I know I am. It was a long rainy, cold dreary month. But it was also a great month to get things done around the house. It felt good to organize, donate, clean, and plan.
And now I’m moving on to the greenhouse. We planted yarrow and chocolate laceflower yesterday. I also soaked my sweet peas and will sow them today.
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My forsythia branches are starting to bloom indoors. Yay!
I have a new eBook about Cut Flower Garden Planning. You can sign up above for the download.
My gardening friend Stacy has a new garden book, A Beautiful & Easy-Care Flower Garden, and you can pre-order it today.
I just got an early copy of the book yesterday and I haven’t been able to put it down! For those of you who haven’t met Stacy yet, she has the most wonderful blog at Bricks ‘n Blooms and has the most beautiful flower gardens. I can’t tell you how proud I am of her.
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Cottagecore kitchen decor is a design trend that focuses on a simpler life and loving the home you create. If you’re looking for decorating ideas to add rustic charm, mixing in timeless touches, and embracing natural elements, you’re in the right place… CONTINUE READING.
Are you thinking about growing cut flowers from seed but aren’t sure where to start? I’ll share the benefits of growing flowers from seed and basic seed-starting tips I’ve learned along the way. This post is Part 1 in my series on growing a cut flower garden…CONTINUE READING.
Are you looking forward to your spring garden blooming? There’s still so much to do to get your winter garden prepped for a healthy spring growing season and today I’m sharing a list of Pacific Northwest gardening tips and to-dos for February…CONTINUE READING.
My Favorite Inspiration Around the Web This Week
Check out my friend Kelly’s new Instagram account called @lazygirlsgardenclub which is all about zinnias!
You’re going to want to make this rustic dried flower wreath.
This easy-to-make, gluten-free winter cake will melt in your mouth.
I would love to have a charming mudroom like this one.
I want to try painting my interior vinyl windows after reading this blog.
Here are some functional ideas for decorating a bathroom countertop.
If you’re looking for a treat, try this gluten-free lemon drizzle cake.
Make a moss-covered bunny head wreath for spring.
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Until next time,
Wishing a wonderful week ahead,
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