Saturday Sharing from the She-Shed Volume 15

Welcome to Saturday’s sharing from the She Shed. I always aim to provide inspiration, creativity, and new ideas for your home and garden. In this weekly post, I share all the happenings at WM Design House and a bit of behind-the-scenes.

What’s Happening at WM Design House

I cannot believe it is Saturday already.

Where do the weeks go? They seem to fly by.

It is yet another cold and rainy day. I keep wanting to get out in that new garden, but I keep getting curve balls thrown at me.

Unusual things keep happening to me, lol!

I got a splinter in my finger that turned into a major infection. This tiny splinter sent me into surgery twice this past week. I am happy to say I have turned the corner and am again on the mend.

Unfortunately, it is my left hand, and I am left-handed :)))

My husband got the garden arbors up this week, and I was hoping to make some wood tomato cages, but that will have to wait.

tomato cage

I had a visitor

I was so grateful for a visit from my dear friend Diane @southhousedesigns. Diane came and stayed with me for a few days, a great distraction from my finger problems.

girls at flower market

What’s New

Diane and I took a trip to the local flower market. It was such a treat for a Kansas girl.

Can you even believe how gorgeous these flowers are? I am always so in awe of Mother Nature.

And wait until you see what we did with all these beautiful flowers. I will post a blog post on Wednesday this week instead of Tuesday. You don’t want to miss it. It came out AMAZING!


Recent blog post

Just in case you missed something last week.

I shared how to make natural dyes for your Easter eggs. You must try this; it was so much fun.

My Favorite Blog Posts from The Web

On that happy note, let me share some of my favorite posts on the web this week. There were so many great posts. Here are just a few of my favorites.

My friend Nicolle @ourtinynest posted a great list of ideas for St Patrick’s day.

My friend Debra @commonground shared the cutest Easter ideas using moss.

You all know I love anything blue. Regina @savedfromsalvage shows us how to make the sweetest easter eggs out of clay.

If you can’t find fresh flowers, no worries, Karianne @thistlewoodfarms has you covered with these gorgeous faux flowers.

And wait until you see what this bunny used to look like from Michele @vintagehomedesigns.

And here’s one more bit of inspiration for the week

Isn’t this wreath adorable from my friend Rachel @thepondsfarmhouse? I love how she reshaped the wreath, so darn cute.

Easter wreath

I hope you enjoyed this week’s roundup of projects. If you want to see more, subscribe to my blog and follow me on social media.

I love sharing my latest creations with you and can’t wait to show you what I have in store for the coming weeks. Thanks so much for following along!

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  1. Wendy, omgosh!!! I’m glad you are alright now; what a story!! My brother Frank had something similar happen to him. He’d stepped on his popsicle house and got a long splinter up in his big toe. Well, it got infected and the piece went inside the bone… Yeah, surgery! It was bad. Did you have that happen, too?? Sometimes even wearing gloves doesn’t help. I kept getting small splinters last weekend while weeding in the flower beds out back and while spreading new wood mulch. The hazards of gardening, lol!!!

    Glad you are feeling better and that flower market is incredible!!! I’d be broke. 😉
    More hugs,
    Barb 🙂

    1. Wow, I sure hope your brother is ok. We got the splinter out, but the infection would not go away.
      They had to keep opening it up to relieve the pressure and clean it out. I am grateful that I am feeling better.
      Be careful in the garden, my friend!

  2. Oh my friend! You and Diane certainly look like you had a great time at the flower market! So happy your finger is feeling better! And thank you thank you for sharing my St. Patrick’s Day ideas! I hope you have a great week and a wonderful St. Patrick’s Day!

    1. Hello friend, I will see you in less then 2 weeks, I am giddy!!!! Thanks for stopping by, so happy to share you as always.

  3. Oh, no! I’m sorry to hear about your finger, but glad you are on the mend. Loving all of the Easter inspiration this week. Now if only our weather would feel like spring, too!

  4. So sad to hear about your finger. Glad that you are on the mend. So fun that you and Diane got to spend a few days together. Hugs and blessings to you, my friend.

  5. I love all of this inspiration Wendy. I cannot believe how a splinter has caused so much havoc on your poor hand. Happy to hear you are healing well! Happy day to you!

    1. Thank you, sweet friend! Yes, hard to believe but true. I hope your Sunday is going well. XO

  6. Hi Wendy, thanks so much for sharing my moss cross in your post. How fun to have Diane with you and a trip to the flower market. and hoping your finger is on the mend. What a bummer for a little thing to cause so much trouble. Happy Sunday!

    1. Hi Debra. Thank you so much for stopping by. I loved all of your great moss projects. We had a great time, bearing this darn finger. However, I am on the mend and we are making progress.

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