This week you are going to see a few new faces over here.
It’s a nice way to get to know other bloggers and perhaps add them to your subscribe list. Who doesn’t love to open up a happy email every day, meet new people, and learn some new things?
So without further ado… meet Kelly!
Kelly here from My Soulful Home .
Debbie & I just finished up
the Summer at Home blog tour and she was kind enough to ask me
to guest post.
One of the best things about blogging is getting to know so many wonderful
people, bloggers & readers alike. My world has grown and life become richer
as a result. I am truly excited to be here today to get to know you & share
a bit of me.
Let’s jump right in…How is your summer going so far?
We just returned from a trip to Georgia. It was a great time visiting family,
but I am ready to get back to my list of projects and into my garden.
Speaking of my garden, my container plants survived a hot week while we were away. I
think this is due in large part to the fact that I planted them with my three secrets. Although a bit thirsty, they were healthy,
strong & perked right back up.
I have more gardening tips to share with you and would love to know what
you think of my plans to transform my back garden into a “white garden” a’la Sissinghurst Castle.
Have you been there? I haven’t, but hope to channel some of that garden charm
in my more modest sized plot.
Well, it will be all white, except for the abundance of tomatoes we have growing
on the patio. I will be making my caprese skewers this week for sure as we had
quite a bumper crop come in while we were gone.
You know what plants looked just fine when we returned? My succulents. So
here’s a tip ~ plant some! I love those hardy gems. Do you?
Have a look at the Succulent Dish Garden DIY Re-purpose ( that’s a mouth full)
I came up with while browsing at the hardware store. Yes, I do browse at
the HW store!
On the list of projects to finish is my youngest daughter’s room. We have
planned, painted & purchased.
I made pillows from vintage linens and need to makeover two lamps & arrange her gallery walls. Such a fun project to do with my 11 year old
I plan on painting many pieces of furniture this summer using my easy
& inexpensive method. I use leftover paint and rags to achieve a true
On & on I could go, but I want to get to know you too! Come on by My
Soulful Home or leave me a comment here.
In anticipation of your visit I’ll bake a bundt. (remember that old ad…”if I knew you were coming I
would have baked a bundt”) Well, I will! Or at least give you the recipe so you
can make one.
Would love to have you join the community at My Soulful Home. I think you would
really like the group I have been so fortunate to have gathered.
Come along with us at the blog, on Facebook and or Pinterest.
Thank you to Debbie for having me here. I enjoyed every minute!
All the best,
Kelly… looks like you have some great posts. Will definitely stop by and check them out!
Awesome Katie! Hope to see you over at My Soulful Home! I will keep an eye out for your & be sure to give you a big welcome.
Great guest post Debbie…love Kelly’s style and beautiful home!!
Hi Martina! I think you came over to visit me & comment at My Soulful Home. That is so wonderful -thank you! I appreciate your kind words. Great to be here with Debbie & to “meet” you. Hope to see you back at MSH again soon!
Love the guest post today! Hugs and blessings, Cindy
Thanks Cindy – thank you so much for making me feel welcome. I know you all love Debbie so much, so I hope you didn’t miss her too much today. All the best to you!
Love this guest post
Thank you so much Jessie. That was really nice of you to take the time to say! Happy Summer to you…
Great guest post. Loving the leftover paying project : )
“Soiledrotten” – great name! Thanks so much. Definitely give my painting method a try. It is so easy and you have so much control over the finished look. Good luck with it!
Thank you so much for having me here on your blog! I am enjoying getting to know your readers a bit both here & over at http://www.mysoulfulhome.com.
These are all great ideas!
Thanx to all for sharing. Check out Anne’s Attic – Design http://fulcolbaxia.wordpress.com
for fun DIY projects. I need 25 followers to meet my goal. Help!