Sundays at Home No. 25 Weekly Link Party & Features

It is week 25 of Sundays at Home! I can't believe how much this little linky party of mine has grown. I am so grateful for all of you who come and link up your inspiration every week.

I have been pinning the featured posts to my Pinterest board Sundays at Home Features & Favorites (be sure to follow!) and have recently started pinning you guys to some larger group boards. I hope you see some traffic flowing!


Here is what I had going on last week...
I gave "a look back" tour, in the first of my Apartment & Townhouse Living series, sharing my romantic cottage chic bedroom from 2009.

I shared my sentimental thoughts about fall and my autumn "rituals" for our home.


And finally, I shared a guest blog post that I originally did for Yellow Bliss Road, with a full tutorial for making my vintage inspired patriotic book page wreath. You can make one up now for Labor Day and then save it for summer next year!

 So many awesome posts were linked up last week, which makes it hard to decide...but here are my picks:

Woodland Mushrooms from Shabby Love

Habitat for Humanity Bedroom Reveal from Finding Silver Pennies


Late Summer Reflections from Common Ground

A Country Girl's Playhouse from Romantic Country Living

Canton Flea Market from Heart Rocks in My Pocket



Grab the code to share on your own blog if you have been featured this week:
Thoughts from Alice

Now it is your turn! Can't wait to be inspired by you again this week!

Guidelines 
-Post your home decor, diy projects, crafts, recipes, helpful tips, etc. that you shared recently on your own blog, as well as items you offer for sale on Etsy or other websites. Please make sure that they are new links that you have not shared here previously.

-Please try to link back to Thoughts from Alice somewhere on your blog - I know this is a pain so it is not mandatory any longer but I do appreciate it! (feel free to grab the button code on my sidebar if you'd like - exception: items for sale). 

-Please do not post advertisements or links to other link parties

-I would love for you to be a follower of me in some way! {by email, Google Friend Connect, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc. see top of sidebar}

-If you would like to pin any of the featured images, please visit the original source and pin directly from there - not here, so that the awesome blogger gets the traffic on Pinterest!

-By linking up here you are giving permission to possibly having your photos featured at next week's party and/or included in a collage graphic, as well as being shared by me on social media

-Only blogger's original photographs will be featured (please DO NOT link up "inspiration" posts that do not link back to the original sources - just a soap box message while I am here since these are a huge pet peeve of mine - only share your own photos on your blog or photos that you know the original source to and always link back if you do so.)


Comments

  1. Don't be jealous! Come for a visit and I'll take you! It's more fun than an amusement park! Thanks for the feature! They were all great.
    Elaine

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  2. thanks so much for featuring my sunflower wreath, Alice! Hope you're having a wonderful weekend!

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  3. Thanks so much for hosting. Lovely features. The Habitat bedroom reveal is wonderful.

    Enjoy your week!

    Gloria

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  4. Thank you so much for hosting Alice...loved your features this week, especially your own thoughts on fall. Had to take a bit of a blogging break this summer but happy to be back writing and reading again! Take care!

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  5. Hi Alice, I love your patriotic wreath! I made one out of Vintage sheet music that I leave up year round in my living room :) Thanks for hosting! Blessings, Cecilia

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  6. Alice, thank you so much for featuring my habitat bedroom! x

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