Are you ready for gardening season to begin? At this week’s Tuesday Turn About, I am featuring some fabulous ideas for getting garden ready. Tuesday Turn About Link Party #197.
Hello and Happy Tuesday!
I hope your week is off to a great start! It is school vacation week here in Connecticut. My husband and I are home this week, just taking it day by day and enjoying the glorious weather. We may take a day trip or two later in the week. Do you have any day trip suggestions? I’d love to hear your thoughts.
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Today we spent all morning working out in the yard. It felt so good to get outside and enjoy the sunshine. Now that the garden beds are all cleaned up, it’s time to start thinking about gardening season!
So, this week seems like the perfect week to share some fabulous features that are all focused on getting our homes garden ready. Let’s get this party started!
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How to Grow a Cut Flower Garden for Floral Displays
My friend Rachelle of My Hubbard Home shared her wonderful post, How to Grow a Cut Flower Garden for Floral Displays. You will love Rachelle’s ideas for a beautiful mix of annuals and perennials, along with helpful tips for gardeners of all abilities. Her post has inspired me to start planning my cutting garden Thanks so much for sharing, Rachelle!
How To Make Flower Pot Napkin Rings for a Spring Table
How cute are these flower pot napkin rings? My friend Michele from Vintage Home Designs shared How to Make Flower Pot Napkins Rings for a Spring Table. You won’t believe how easy is it to make your own set of these adorable napkin rings. I can’t wait to make a set for myself. I think these be perfect for a Mother’s Day brunch, or a maybe summer picnic?
DIY Garden Bench Makeover
Do you love a good upcycle project? My friend Niky of The House on Silverado shared her DIY Garden Bench Makeover. In her post, she shared her step by step tutorial of how she took an old bench and transformed it into this adorable seating area for her garden. You will love her tips for stenciling to ensure there’s no paint bleed! Genius!
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I hope you enjoy a wonderful week ahead! Thank you so much for visiting and linking up! Julie, Cindy, and I are so grateful that you share your creativity with us each week!