Hello and welcome to Home Sweet Home! This week I shared Tea with Jane Austen. It is a book review and a jewel of a little cookbook with authentic Regency era recipes that have been modernized for today's cook. Check it out, it was a fantastic little cookbook.
There are so many great ideas, decorating, and delicious recipes at the Home Sweet Home Party each week. All of you are so very talented! Here are a few that caught my eye. I pin a lot from this party each week! These features were all pinned! Thanks for joining me!
Penny at Penny's Vintage Home shared Repurposing a Vintage Cash Register. Such a wonderful way to use this piece!
Poppy at With a Dash of Color shared a lovely Spring Tea.
Brenda of Cozy Little House had a very cute makeover in My Kitchen Redo is Complete.
Lory at Designthusiasm shared The Prettiest Hilltop Village in France.
I am really lucky to have all of your amazing posts because, it is you who make the Home Sweet Home party so special! You are all so talented and share such wonderful posts! Thank you to everyone who joins me at Home Sweet Home! It is wonderful to have you here!
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