Welcome to the Cottage on Bunker Hill Weekly Rewind where I get to share things that happened around here during the week, recap the week on the blog, and share some links that I think you will love, & more
Happy Easter! I can not believe we are already into April!! This year is flying by, isn’t it?
It’s early and everyone is still sleeping here, my son Brendan who moved to Boston last year came home yesterday. It’s nice to have him under the same roof for a night.
I do miss the days of our epic Easter egg hunts when they were all little though. One of my girlfriends started an adult Easter egg hunt for her 3 kids in their 20s…with a golden egg with $100 in it…that sounds fun!
Did you notice the new look of Cottage On Bunker Hill?? I spend all of last weekend changing the look of my website!! If you had told me 3 years ago that I would be a computer geez I would have said you are nuts!!
You’ll have to let me know what you think!!
On The Blog
This week I showed you a fun project using air-dry clay to make coasters. A bunch of my crafty friends also had pretty clay ideas that I shared as well!
There was also loads of inspiration for decorating your front porch this week as well. Is it warm enough where you live to decorate outside yet??
In the North, it’s time to plant your Spring veggies. Do you know what you can plant now and what veggies love the cooler weather of Spring? You can find out my tips for Spring vegetable gardening right here.
dining table on sale
I just saw that my dining table is marked down this weekend on Overstock for $227. I really love this table & it’s perfect if you are looking for something on the smaller side that is still stylish.
Are you on the hunt for a new area rug?
I’ve been saving area rugs that are both affordable and pretty. Here are a bunch to scroll through:
Links You Will Love
It’s Spring and everyone seems to be busy coming up with adorable projects and ideas!
Mushroom Plant Stakes
Jen | Taterots & Jello
This is the most adorable DIY project!! See how Jen used air-dry clay to make mushroom plant stakes for Spring
Cut Flower Garden
Kim | Shiplap & Shells
Kim has such a beautiful garden and she is sharing her do’s and don’ts for starting a cut flower garden this year.
Decorating w/ Antique Furniture
Rachel | The Pondsfarmhouse
Rachel is sharing how she uses antique furniture in her modern farmhouse. She has found some fantastic pieces over the years
Shop my gardening favorites! Raised beds, plant supports, & tools to make your garden grow.
dumpster to divine
I saved this table from a dumpster, brought it home and made the prettiest little potting table for the garden!
Have a fantastic week! Thanks for stopping by today.