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Bricks ‘n Blooms Weekly 17

Welcome to the 17th week of Bricks ‘n Blooms Weekly!

I hope you all had a great week!

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Considering all the snow we’ve had it was an amazing, much warmer end to the week! Dare I say spring is on the way?

Did you notice the days are a bit longer and the air is getting warmer where you live too?

With the amount of snow and ice we had, the warmth is starting to melt everything.

The other night while we were sleeping, we heard a huge bang on the roof above our heads. It was so scary! I thought a tree fell on the house, but apparently it was the snow and ice falling off the roof.

How crazy is that?

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I LOVE this chandy!

I went thrifting with the gals this week again. This time I visited another favorite local shop here on Main Street called Chester Country Furnishings.

I duck in there every now and again to see what they have and I found these awesome lamps that I think I’m going to go back and get for a bedroom makeover I am about to undertake.

Aren’t they gorgeous?

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I need these lamps in my life!

We made some progress on the fireplace surround in the basement that I told you about last week. Chris finished the framing on Sunday and this weekend, he sheet rocked it.

So far so good!

I can’t wait to show you how we are finishing it off!

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What’s Happening at Bricks ‘n Blooms

I’ve had a busy week on the blog and shared quite a bit, so here’s a run-down in case you missed anything.

I shared my spring garden and home decor haul. You should see some of the garden supplies I got for a real bargain. I wound up getting extras because the deals were too good to pass up!

My Favorite Spring Garden and Home Decor Finds

Near the end of this week, I started my first set of seeds! I’m pulling all the content together now as we speak, but my sweat peas are currently in the basement on heat mats under the lights! I should have the blog for you next week!

How to Start Seeds Indoors Without a Greenhouse
Here’s a sneak peak of the sweet peas I started this week!

At the end of every month, some of my best blogging friends and I are getting together to do a virtual supper club. If you recall, last month we celebrated Galentine’s Day with a gorgeous table and brunch menu.

This month, it is all about Saint Patrick’s Day! Wait until you see the gorgeous green and white table decor ideas!

The dinner menu is even better. This month, I was in charge of the appetizer and seriously, it is the best app you’ll ever have!

I made this fondue recipe. It is super easy to make, is a total crowd pleaser and you can make it as healthy (or not healthy) as you want!

And in case you are on Instagram or Tik Tok, check out the short video we made to celebrate our tables. It is super cute!

I also added another video to my YouTube Channel this week. If you are missing time in the garden as much as I am, come tour ALL of my gardens in May 2020.

It looked so pretty! I can’t even wait for the next growing season.

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Amazing Inspiration from Around the Web

I love finding cool inspiration from around the web and wanted to share some of what I’m loving right now.

My favorite thing about blogging is the great friends I’ve made around the globe.

And I want to share some of them with you this week because they are really inspiring me.

You guys know how much I love a beautiful arrangement and my good friend Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate did not disappoint with this Saint Patrick’s Day inspired centerpiece.

Photo by Celebrate and Decorate

I love this Anthropologie pillow dupe by Leslie from the 100 Year Old Home. It turned out amazing and I would love to make this one!

Photo by The 100 Year Old Home

And my friend Yvonnne from Stone Gable Blog shares some great tips for keeping your tulips looking fresh and fabulous.

Photo by Stone Gable Blog

Here is some more amazing inspo from around the web!

Learn how to style a display cabinet.

This simple spring table vignette.

These amazing fish recipes.

Oh my gosh, and these are the cutest Saint Patrick’s Day Placemats.

These New England thrift shops are a must stop and see!

This updated workspace.

I want to do this to my bathroom floor at the cabin.

And this is a genius laundry room hack!

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And that’s all for this week!

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8 Comments

  1. So sweet of you to include in your weekly roundup Stacy, I really appreciate it. I love the lamps you found and watching you prep for the garden too. I swear every year it gets better and better! Hope your weekend is sunny and all the snow melts away soon. Big hugs and thank yous, CoCo

    1. Thank you so much Coco! Happy to include you! I love those lamps too! Aren’t they so pretty? Have the best weekend! xoxo

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