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We had a snow event last weekend that was pretty big for us, with a snowfall accumulation of 16.5″. It was actually a very beautiful and uneventful weekend. The snow was dry and light, and we never lost power.
EseenHe Many of my friends in Texas were not so lucky. I’m sure it’s even worse than what we’von the news here in Washington State. My thoughts and prayers go out to all that are being affected. I’ve heard that temperatures are starting to warm up but that it’s far from over.
Why does February feel like the longest month of the year, even though it’s the shortest? Is it just me?
More Candle Fun From Antique Candle Co.
All Fall & Christmas Candles are 30% off + an extra 10% with coupon code “MOVE10”.
Try Lavender Vanilla to Unwind and Relax
Wax Melts give you the incredible fragrance of a candle, but without the flame. Here are the sets that are now available…
- Signature – includes Apple Pickin’, Clean Cotton, Fresh Cut Herbs, Georgia Peach, Lavender Vanilla, Mango Citrus, Momma’s Kitchen, Pineapple Coconut, and Sweet Lemon.
- Fresh & Clean- includes two Clean Cotton, two Lavender Vanilla, and two Sweet Lemon.
- Sweet & Fruity – includes two Georgia Peach, two Mango Citrus, and two Pineapple Coconut.
Thrifting with the Gals is a new series where 4 friends and I share our thrifting and antiquing adventures, as well as thrifting tips and tricks once a month on our blogs.
We will also be bringing you along in our stories every Thursday on Instagram where you’ll see the best antique stores, thrift shops, flea markets from not only my state of Washington, but Maine, Vermont, Wisconsin, North Carolina and New Jersey as well.
What’s Going on in the World of Shiplap and Shells
Spring is just around the corner. In this post, I share how I bring touches of spring to my tablescape to chase away those winter blues. I created a Valentine’s Day tablescape not too long ago, and I talked a lot about the flowers I used for the centerpiece. Well guess what? It’s all about the flowers again!
Have you heard the term “forcing branches” before? Well let me tell you… if you are a flower girl like me, you’ll be so happy to know that this process allows you to have the color and beauty of spring blooms in your home during the winter months. And we all know that this is the time of year when a little pick-me-up is needed to cure those wintertime blues!
Here are the posts currently available in my “Growing a Cut Flower Garden“ Blog Series just in case you missed one…
- My New Blog Series – Growing a Cut Flower Garden
- Planning Your Cut Flower Garden
- My Seed Selection for the New Year’s Cut Flower Garden
- Supplies Needed for Seed Starting
- Seed Starting 101 – Growing a Cut Flower Garden Series
- Step-by-Step Tutorial on the Seed Starting Process
- How to Grow Sweet Peas From Seed
- How to Prepare Your Cut Flower Beds
My Favorite Inspiration Around the Web From Last Week…
Leslie of My 100 Year Old Home has the most beautiful Waco Airbnb. Do you want to see the Home Tour? You are in for a really special treat! I LOVE my 100 year old home, but I am seriously such a fan of Leslie’s style.
Meeghan of Cali Girl in a Southern World shared the most amazing baked apple roses which are delicate, beautiful, delicious, and the perfect sweet treat for breakfast, afternoon tea, or dessert.
My friend Robyn of Robyn’s French Nest shares how to decorate during seasonal transitions. You do not want to miss this!
This raspberry white chocolate cheesecake recipe.
Tips to getting organized before starting seeds indoors.
Gorgeous & delicious Scottish lemon and thyme shortbread.
A thrifted lamp makeover.
Prepping for a puppy ( I really needed this one for Ollie).
In Case You Missed It…
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Enjoy your weekend,