Hello friends! Thank you so much for your kind comments on my 500th Grace at Home party. So many of you mentioned that you still enjoy link parties, so I'm happy to host this one—I love shining a spotlight on your work.
These days most of us are enjoying the beginning of Spring. Hallelujah! It's fun to freshen up our homes for springtime, isn't it?
Coco from The Crowned Goat gives us a springtime tour of her front porch. Be sure to read the sweet story that accompanies her beautiful photos.
And this yummy-looking chocolate bunny is actually not chocolate at all—Cara from Vintage Style Gal shows you how to create this cutie for your Easter decor.
Carol at Blue Sky at Home created several projects from one stencil. I haven't done any stenciling in awhile—this makes me want to get out my paints.
Planning an Easter gathering? Diane from South House Designs shows you step by step how she created this stunning floral arrangement.
Looking for an Easter treat that's sure to please all ages? Lenny from Fat Dad Foodie shows you how to make this darling Easter bunny cake.
Maybe you're like me and need to do some decluttering before you get to your spring cleaning. Julie from Filling the Jars shows you how.
Spring is a joyful time. . . but if you've experienced loss recently, Linda Stoll shares some wisdom for grieving well.
Thank you to everyone who joined last week's party!
Here are the Grace at Home party, you can link up any post you've written that demonstrates how you're filling your life with truth, goodness, and beauty. For instance, I invite you to link posts about
- DIY projects
- homemaking tips
- soul care
Whatever you do to make your home or sphere of influence a place of grace, I'd like to hear about it. Here's what I ask of you. Please include the permalink to your post, not to your site's home page. Please let people know that you've linked up. No more than three posts per person, please. If you link a post here, you re giving me permission to share your post, including a photo. And please visit one or more of the other participants—that's what really makes it a party!