Home Decor, Tablescapes

Share Your Style #338

Welcome to this week’s Share Your Style #338! Happy Wednesday to y’all, dear friends!!

This link party is for home decor, DIY, crafts, recipes and the like, but you are more than welcome to share any of your family-friendly posts with us all. Please feel free to share this post too and join my small but loyal band of friends.ย I appreciate you! I appreciate your subscribing, also. As always, I am glad that you are here… ๐Ÿ’œ

I am Barbara Chapman and I’d love it if you’d follow me here on my blog and on any of my other social media sites, too.  Thank you!๐Ÿ’œ 

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I am Barbara Chapman and I’d love it if you’d follow me here on my blog and on any of my other social media sites, too.  Thank you!๐Ÿ’œ 

French Ethereal: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest

Happy almost spring to you! (Even if the cool temps outside say otherwise…) Sorry I am late getting SYS up again. I came home, laid down and promptly fell asleep for 1 1/2 hours. This past weekend was really busy helping unload Mr. Ethereal’s mom’s storage units and moving all those items and boxes into her house and garage. She is really happy with her new home but for now is still living with us while she “sets up shop.”

So needless to say, I didn’t get any posts done this past week but next week is spring vacation/Easter break so I’ll be back at it. Thanks for sticking around while I haven’t been up to much!

Speaking of Easter… this week’s Share Your Style is full of fun Easter ideas as well as St. Patrick’s Day ideas as well!

Also, in case you hadn’t heard, as I hadn’t until just a few days ago, I wanted to let you know two home decor bloggers you may know recently passed away: Paula from Virginia Sweet Pea and Michelle from The Unpainted Hinge. Please keep their families in your thoughts and prayers, won’t you? I’ve blogged with them for many years, as many of you have, and I hope you will stop by their blogs and enjoy their beautiful writings and photography in memory… ๐Ÿ’œ 

Let’s check out this week’s featured posts, shall we?…

And here are this week’s featured posts…

Easter Bread.
Lois from Walking on Sunshine shared her recipe for
Traditional Easter Bread. Sweet with the nested egg!
Things To Do In The Smoky Mountains In March
Planning a little holiday for spring break? Check out this post ~
Things to Do in the Month of March in the Smoky Mountains ~ by
Amanda from Veravise Outdoor Living. Yeeeesssssssss!!!!!
shamrock rice krispies treats recipe for st. patricks day
Jody from Premeditated Leftovers brings us a bit o’ the green in her post ~ Shamrock Rice Krispie Treats. Yummy!!!
visiting national parks in april
Along those same lines, newcomers Dave and Jamie from Photojeepers shared their post for Visiting National Parks in April. I really need to get out there, how about you??
Welcome, Dave and Jamie!! ๐Ÿ™‚
Lisa from Fresh Vintage by Lisa shared this fun idea for spring ~
Thrifted Potato Masher Turned Recipe Holder. Great repurpose!!!
Debbee from Debbee’s Buzz shared this cute post with these fun leprechauns ~ Traveling Irish Shamrock Cloth Tablescape.
Top o’ the morning to ya!
Debra from Common Ground brings us her beautiful entryway table in this post Welcoming Easter Entry with Paperwhites. Lovely!
Macadamia And Raspberry Goldies: How To Make
Claire Justine shared this yummy post ~ How to Make Macadamia and Raspberry Goldies. More yumminess!
Amber from Follow the Yellow Brick Home brings a bit of spring green in her post
Vintage-Traditional English Country Early Spring Entryway. Sigh…
Our Fountain of Youth cocktail
How to Host a Couples Cocktail Contest Party
And we would be remiss if I didn’t add a life of the party post ~ Niky from The House on Silverado shared How to Host a Couples Cocktail Contest Party.
And lastly, a bit of ooh la la for spring ~ Lynne from Thrifting Wonderland shared her lovely A Little Bit of France Tablescape.

Thank You so much to everyone who linked up this past week. A special thank you to everyone for always promotingย Share Your Styleย on your blog and on your social media channels! I do see it when I stop by and I appreciate the love.ย ๐Ÿ’œ

If you’d like to follow myย Share Your Style boardย on Pinterest I’d appreciate it,ย thank you!ย I do post all of the featured posts from each week’s SYS there plus usually other photos from those posts to my boards. ๐Ÿ’œย  Thanks so much!!! If you are new to French Ethereal, I hope you will think about subscribing to my blog.

Here’s to a lovely party!

Barb ๐Ÿ™‚

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24 thoughts on “Share Your Style #338”

  1. Barb,
    Thank you so much for hosting! I’m so glad you liked my potato masher ๐Ÿ™‚
    It really has been a rough week. I can’t believe we lost Paula and Michelle.
    My heart breaks for their families.
    xo Lisa S

  2. You must be absolutely exhausted but I know your MIL really appreciates all you have been doing for her. I hope you get a “me” day, and soon.

    I just read a post by Michelle from yesterday. It must have been pre-posted. I know she took herself off of Turn About Tuesday but didn’t know why. I’m shocked. Thank you so much for hosting.

    1. Thank you, Jeanie. I know, itโ€™s shocking to know two of our friends are just goneโ€ฆ In many ways, Iโ€™m glad our posts are here. ๐Ÿ’•

  3. You’ve been busy with life, Barb. No wonder you need a nap, friend! thanks so much for sharing my Easter Entry. take care of yourself!

  4. Sounds like you have been really busy. Happy Thursday, love your features. Thank you so much for featuring my How to Make Macadamia and Raspberry Goldies. post. Thanks for hosting.

  5. Barb, boy you have been going non-stop for a long time — don’t know how you do it. Thanks so much for featuring my St. Pat’s Day table and traveling cloth; as well as continuing to host this lovely weekly party! Stop by today for the When Irish Eyes are Smiling blog hop for more holiday ideas. I share my Irish stout stew with herbed dumplings.

  6. Thanks so much for hosting! Iโ€™m linking up with #71 LAUGH AND THE WORLD LAUGHS WITH YOU and #72 TODAY IS A GOOD DAY.

  7. Happy to be part of the family, Barbara! I love seeing articles like this with tips, projects, recipes, ideas for things to do and places to travel. Thank you for taking the time to put it all together!

  8. I can hardly wait to try out those macadamia raspberry blondies you featured! Yum! Thanks for the party. Hope you are doing well. I’m waiting for the end of March so I can finally plant something in the pots on the front porch. Winter makes our beige house look so sad but yay, spring is a comin’!

    1. Cindy, I hear you with planting!! Charles has this next week off and will finally be putting in the posts to move the fence out. Part of it is falling anyway, so itโ€™s timely. I have a bunch of plants which need to get in the ground before the heat comes. Happy planting soon!!! โ˜˜๏ธ

  9. Barb,
    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!!

  10. Barb, thank you for hosting. I didn’t know the two bloggers you mentioned, but I’m sorry for their family and friends’ losses. You’ve had an incredibly busy life these past several months. Hope you get a break soon! Happy Spring!

    1. Thank you, Jean! We have this next week off from school for spring break. Wish it was a little closer to Easter but I feel it this year. Hope to be out working in the yard this week for some respite. Thanks again! ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ‡

  11. Hi Barb, It’s always such a pleasure to visit your Blog and see what you’re up to in home decor. Thanks for hosting the link party each week. Really appreciate the feature for the “French Tablescape”. Blues and yellows are such great colors to work with.
    Lynne, Thrifting Wonderland

  12. Barb, your features are fantastic (so many!). I hope your week coming is a great one – two things are bound to make it at least a little fun with Pie Day and St. Patrick’s Day> Cheers!

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