Homestyle Gathering 4

Happy Tuesday, Friends!

Today marks my last week with the Homestyle Gathering Link Party, and it was an honor to be the host and pick out some fun features for you!

If you’d still like to be a part of future Homestyle Gathering Parties, be sure to check in with Kim on Tuesdays and it will be carrying on.

Homestyle Gathering 4

Welcome friends! I’m Rita Joy from Harbour Breeze Home, and I’m thrilled to be your host for this week’s Homestyle Gathering Link Party. It was so fun to visit last week’s submissions and get inspired by so much talent and creativity!

If you are new here and are wondering what Homestyle Gathering is, it’s a place for home decor bloggers to link up posts related to homemaking. Each week 5 features will be chosen to be highlighted by a host. (This week, that’s me!;)) If you’re not a blogger, click on some of the buttons to be inspired and meet some new friends.

Now, let’s get the party started!

Homestyle Gathering Link Party logo with a linen napkin and green eucalyptus

Meet your hosts:

Here’s what we’ve been up to:

Serving Up Southern

Hospitality – How to Prepare for Overnight Company

Valentine’s Marshmallow Pops

Harbour Breeze Home

5 Ways to Give a Small Entryway Closet Farmhouse Charm

My Wee Abode

Sunday Be Stills Encouragement

Quick Farmhouse Makeover for Outdated Frames

And now for the features:

Susan from Crafting a Family has a sweet tradition of making crafts with her kids. These special chocolate valentine boxes with pudding inside look so sweet and special.

Valentines Crafts for Kids || How to Make Homemade Chocolate Heart Candies

Cindy from Reinvented Delaware gives a fabulous tutorial on how to sew a farmhouse style shower curtain in this amazing post.

Easy Drop Cloth Shower Curtain

Candice from She’s Crafty Crafty came up with a genius solution for corralling all the paperwork chaos of home! Her chalkboard and clipboard command center is practical, pretty,  and provides a place for sweet messages for the family.

Clipboard Command Center

Chasing Quaintness shows us how to make a stunning Winter wreath. I love how it looks hanging on her front door. You should go check it out ~ It’s simply beautiful!

Embroidery Hoop Winter Wreath

Michelle’s tips at Thistlekey Lane on how to create a cozy Winter bedroom has me thinking of curling up in a quilt with a good book. Head on over to see her practical tips and ideas for warm Winter decorating.

How to Create A Cozy Winter Bedroom


A swirly line divider

Thanks so much for joining us, and we invite you to come back each week to Homestyle Gathering.

Though not required at all, we would be blessed if you would visit each of our blogs and follow us on our social media platforms.

Since this is a party, we encourage all who link up to mingle with other guests by visiting several other links (ya know, spread the love) – comments and pins are always a blessing.

Before you get started, please review our rules:

    • This party is for home decor and related housekeeping posts only. Link up to 3 related posts. Please do not link up informational posts that do not relate to the topic.
    • Please do NOT link up shops, advertising, round-ups, other link parties, or any posts promoting sales.
    • Please DO NOT PIN FROM IMAGES ON THIS PAGE – pin from the source of the photo.
    • By linking to the party, you permit us to share your projects on our blogs and social media with proper credit always given.

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  1. Thanks Rita, for featuring my drop cloth shower curtain project!! I am still very new to link parties so I am still learning the ropes. Julie from https://myweeabode.com let me know that you featured me! Thanks so much – I really appreciate it! I will definitely check out some of the others links!

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