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
It has been a few weeks since I have written my Saturday post. It has been one of those months for me. I started with a bad bug when we returned from visiting our son and family in Texas, and I have been sick three times since! I start to feel better, and it hits me again. Let’s hope the third times a charm and it does not come back to haunt me.
Our adorable grandson turned four months today. Hard to believe. The time sure flies by. We hope to visit for our son’s birthday next month and grab some baby cuddles from this little guy.
Last weekend, we had three of our granddaughters, and we took the younger two to get their ears pierced. A bit of drama, but it all ended well. A little ice cream stopped the tears and put a smile on everyone’s face.
Big sister had hers done a few years ago, so was such a great support to her sisters.
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The Wildflowers Are In Bloom
Southern California blooms in the spring, displaying radiant green, yellow, orange, and purple hues across its picturesque hills.
Witnessing Mother Nature’s stunning beauty firsthand is truly a breathtaking experience. On our recent drive, we were surrounded by countless flowers, a true feast for the eyes.
2. Pinch back your dahlias after the first three layers of leaves have sprouted. This will create fuller plants that will bloom more.
3. Deadhead your flowers- remove all the dead blooms so the plants can put their energy towards new blooms.
What Happened This Past Week
My #1 Secret for Gorgeous Dahlias
I cover everything you need to know about growing dahlias in this post, including how to create the perfect soil mix.
DIY Wildflower Floral Arrangements; No Florist Needed
As a seasoned forager of the great outdoors, I’m happy to share with you my knowledge on finding and crafting stunning wildflower bouquets. Don’t forget to pack a pair of trusty clippers for the journey!
What’s New and Upcoming
Mother’s Day can be a bittersweet holiday for so many.
If you’ve lost a child or a mother, or are yearning to be a mother, I’m thinking of you today and want you to know how special you are.
Some of my Favorites from Around the Web
There are always so many fabulous posts around the web, but here are a few of my favorites.
Coco from The Crowned Goat shares how to create these darling vintage bucket labels. What a sweet gift these would make.
Do you love oatmeal? I sure do and these yummy overnight oats from Simply2Moms is over the top delicious.
Jen from Midwest Life and Style has the perfect tips for hosting a Mother’s Day luncheon. It’s not too late to pull it together. I love the simple and pretty ideas Jen shares.
Renae from Peacock Ridge Farm just put up the cutest wallpaper. I loved it so much I bought it for my bedroom.
Rachel from The Ponds Farm House has covered this darling chair using a drop cloth! Can you believe it?
A few more fabulous recipes for Mother’s Day
You will also want to try the best cranberry walnut muffins with orange marmalade!
Or this bruschetta appetizer is so delicious.
And don’t forget the drinks. This is one of my favorites.
Or you might like this one with fresh cucumber and watermelon.
What is in my cart
I hope you enjoyed my week in review and found some inspiration for the coming week.
Happy Mother’s Day