09 June 2016
Thoughts Of Home #18In: link party, Thoughts Of Home On Thursday, TOHOT June 09, 2016 By: Jemma@athomewithjemma
Welcome friends to the eighteenth week of Thoughts of Home on Thursday.
We are so thrilled that you join us each week!
You inspire us in more ways than you know with your beautiful decorating, delicious recipes,
DIY projects and sweet ways.
Our hostess this week is Stacey of Poofing the Pillows who just finished summerizing her kitchen by cleaning top to bottom and changing a few accessories.
Now, let's see the wonderful features for this week.
Melanie of Comfy House shared snippets of her day and reminded us that we can all be grateful for where we are and what we have in life.
Kathy at Sharing Shadymont made over an old French Provincial nightstand at her lakehouse.
She did a pretty two toned paint finish to update the piece.
Is an artist a DIYer? Well she absolutely is!
Jenna at The Painted Apron set a beautiful pineapple themed table but she also studied and painted a beautiful pineapple. She's not afraid to try her hand at any art project and often shares tutorials.
Brenda at Cozy Little House shared her beautiful patio garden where plants are
flourishing and birds love to hang out near her water feature.
At One Thousand Oaks, Jaclyn shared a delicious looking Plank Grilled Salmon that
could be on regular rotation all summer.
Art and Craft Retreat
Sharing a little preview of our First semi-annual Art & Craft retreat.
Yes, we had so much fun, shared so much inspiration and learned so much that we are
going to get together again in February!
We just can't wait another year-invitations are open to one all no matter where you live!
Blog Post on Monday.
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Jemma's home is a quiet spot nestled among the trees. You might find me writing, reading, or puttering in my Greenhouse, tweaking a recipe, crafting a wreath or loving on my grands. Always living with a grateful heart.
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