Tuesday Turn About #145 Thrifty Easter Decor

Happy Tuesday, my friends!

I hope your week is off to a great start!

This week, I have spent some time working on the blog, behind the scenes. My Family Thyme got a little refresh for Spring. I am hoping that you find it easy to navigate and it brings an enjoyable experience to all who visit!

This upcoming week will be a great one here on the blog! The One Room Challenge kicks off tomorrow! The One Room Challenge is a challenge where featured designers and guest participants are challenged to transform a room or space in just eight weeks. This challenge is not a competition, but is a celebration of creativity and inspiration. Check back tomorrow to see which space I will be taking on, along with my plan. I can’t wait to get started!

On Friday, I will be joining a talented and creative group of bloggers for the Thrifty Style Team! This team of bloggers shares thrifty, affordable home styling/decor ideas. I am always amazed by all of the ideas shared there. There is so much inspiration shared here! You don’t want to miss it!

Speaking of thrifty decorating ideas…

With only two weeks until Easter, I am so excited to feature some beautiful thrifty Easter decor ideas here today.

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Be sure to hop over to My Wee Abode and Reinvented Delaware to check out SIX additional features from Tuesday Turn About! If you haven’t been featured at My Family Thyme this week, you may have been featured there!

Before I share this week’s fabulous features, I have some helpful tips for you!

Weekly Household Tip

I loved my kitchen floor when I initially picked it out.  I still love the neutral tile, but the grout is another story.  After trying many different remedies, I finally found an easy solution to keep it clean.  Mix 7 cups water, 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/3 cup lemon juice, and 1/4 cup vinegar.  After mixing it in a bucket, pour it into a spray bottle. This solution should fill up two spray bottles.  Then just spray on the grout.  Let it sit about 10 minutes and then scrub with a stiff bristle brush.  Wipe with a towel.  After cleaning the grout, steam mop the floor.

Weekly Blogging Tip

If you are planning to update your site’s theme anytime soon, remember this…

If you choose to install the new theme on a staged site, be sure to launch the updated site BEFORE you publish any new posts. After you create the staged site, anything new that you have published will not transfer to the new updated site.

So, be sure you have a day or two to work on your staged site, push the site through to go ‘live’, THEN start adding new content! 😉

Are you ready to start the party?!

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My Family Thyme

view of diy fire pit and baseball picture holder

How to Build a DIY Fire Pit | DIY Baseball Block Style Picture Holder

Reinvented Delaware

Collage of two images: one of a repurposed seed spreader and the other of pine cone flowers arranged in an ironstone pitcher.

Repurposed Seed Spreader | Pine Cone Table Decorations

My Wee Abode

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Free Cherry Blossom Spring Printables | DIY Velvet Easter Eggs

Tuesday Turn About Features

Easy 15 Minute Easter Napkin Rings

Aren’t these Easter napkin rings from Cindy at Cloches and Lavender adorable? These easy and inexpensive napkin rings would make any holiday or Spring table extra special. I can’t wait to make some for my table too!

view of diy Easter bunny napkin ring

Simple Paper Bunny Garland

Would you believe that Mary Beth from The How-To Home made this sweet simple bunny garland using downloaded dictionary pages, cotton balls, and baker’s twine? Such a clever, thrifty idea! I love the farmhouse house look of this easy holiday decoration.

view of diy Easter bunny garland

DIY Easter Wreath

Welcome Easter with a beautiful seasonal wreath! Emily from Hunny I’m Home made this pretty DIY Easter Wreath using supplies from Dollar Tree. This simple, budget-friendly wreath is such a quick and easy Easter craft!

diy dollar store Easter wreath

Check out our Tuesday Turn About Link Party Pinterest board! All NINE featured posts are pinned to this board each week!

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Thank you so much for visiting! It is so wonderful to have all of the bloggers and readers join us each week! We are looking forward to seeing what you’re creating and sharing this week!

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  1. Thanks again for hosting this lovely party every week! I know how much time goes into doing so and I want you to know that it is greatly appreciated!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!

  2. Such fun Easter features! Love them, Lynne. And you site looks just lovely! Congrats on the refresh!

  3. Thank you so very much for the feature, Lynne! And, your site refresh looks beautiful. xo

  4. You have some awesome features Lynne! Have a great week!

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