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What’s Going on in the World of Shiplap and Shells
I have been enjoying some INSIDE garden therapy once again, by planning which flowers I will be planting in my 2021 cut flower garden. I bought my flower seeds last Tuesday, and am so excited for spring! I’m continuing to plan where I’ll be growing my many varieties of blooms in my garden.
If you missed any of my many garden 2020 posts, I’ve got you covered! You can read My Cottage Garden Year in Review here.
This is the first upcycle project I’ve done in quite awhile. My husband paid $5.00 for it at a garage sale, and when he brought it home, I told him he paid too much for it! See what a little glue and paint can do.
I’m still working on taking down the rest of the holiday decor and transitioning to winter. I hope to have everything done by the end of the weekend. Have you put away your holiday decor? Are you already clean and organized?
What I’m Working on for Next Week:
I’ll be sharing some ideas for planning your garden. I’m working on a post about our kitchen renovation project with before and after pictures. And I’ll share how I transitioned my home from holiday to winter ( yes, I know. I’m super late in sharing this). Better late than never!
Check Out the Amazing Inspiration I Found This Week Around the Web…
Leslie of My 100 Year Old Home shares tips when styling your kitchen after the holidays. She has one of the most beautiful kitchens around!
I got so much inspiration from Amber of Follow the Yellow Brick Home with her winter decorating with paperwhites.
How to make the most of a small closet.
Helpful holiday storage hacks.
I needed these winter decorating tips.
Transitioning from holiday to winter decor.
Do you need an amazing recipe for soup?
These look like the best chocolate chip cookies ever.
I need to use this home cleaning schedule.
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Wishing you much peace and love,