Saturday Sharing from the She-shed

Welcome to Saturday’s sharing from the She Shed. My goal is always 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 is Happening at WM Design House

It was another busy week. I guess they all are! I was busy wrapping up a few projects and planning out my new content, and now we are on a plane and headed to Florida to meet our new grandson Callum( can you believe all that hair?). It was such a pretty day as we took off. The sun was shining so brightly on the ocean.


We celebrated our daughter’s and grandaughters’ birthdays. They happen to fall on the same day. We even had a sleepover with the three little ones. I can honestly say there is never a dull moment in this household. We ate popcorn, played games, and went for a bike ride.

Madison turned 8
mother and daughter
little girl on bike

What’s Coming Soon

We have decided to remove some grass in the front yard and add a cut flower garden. This area will be approx. 42′ x 22″ will be fenced with a white picket fence.

grass and white fence

We will start the removal of the grass and moving sprinklers this week.

We will be putting a gravel base and adding nine raised flower beds. I am so excited to get my hands in the dirt again.

In addition, I have ordered all of my dahlia tubers and seeds, and I am ready to start sowing my seeds soon. Don’t forget. You can still order your tubers from

Dahlias- are dahlias perennials?
Platinum Blonde dahlia flowers

Let me introduce the Homecrafted Society

Get ready for the Handcrafted Society!

Help me welcome Missy @sonatahomedesigns, Jenn @tatertotsandjello, Amy @amysadlerdesigns, Regina @savedfromsalvage, Jennifer @cottageonbunkerhill, and Michelle @thistlekeylane, and myself.

A group of 7 extraordinary bloggers will share a monthly blog post on the first Tuesday of each month. Drawing inspiration from different themes and mediums, these talented creators will showcase their talents with unexpected projects each month – be prepared to witness something truly remarkable!

7 women in  a crafting group

Recent blog posts

Just in case you missed them.

On Tuesday, I shared how to make these yummy Valentine’s Day Treats

On Thursday, I shared How to create winter floral arrangements to add color to your home for the winter months.

Floral arrangement for winter
valentine's Day cookies on a tray

A few of my favorite things

As I prepare to get the garden ready, here are a few of the items I found this week.

These are the bins I will be using in my new garden. I will be adding some metal conduit on the exterior for extra support.

I will buy some obliques to support my sweet peas and other plants.

And I absolutely cannot live without this tub in the garden. It is my go-to for gardening. It is lightweight, flexible, and just the right size.

My Favorite Blog Posts from The Web

On that happy note, let me share some of my favorite posts on the web this week. I am always so amazed at the talent out there. So, please sit back and take it all in.

My friend Diane made the cutest Holiday decorations out of preserved lamb’s ear. Her post tells you exactly how she preserved her lamb’s ear. You know I will be adding this to my garden this year.

Michelle @thistlekeylane is back with another fun DIY. I love the natural look of this sweet heart.

My friend Tammy @whitelilacfarmhouse Shows us how to create a lovely faux orchid arrangement to brighten up a corner in our bathroom. I love how fresh and clean this looks.

My friend Mary shares her lemon love- 10 recipes using lemons. You don’t want to miss this post. The recipes all look delicious.

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. Your new grandson is a real cutie! Congratulations. Your daughter and granddaughter favor you. ❤️ looking forward to the Tuesday series. Your cutting garden sounds dreamy. I didn’t see A link to the lamb’s ear project. Did I miss it?

  2. Wendy, thank you SO much for sharing my lemon recipes! You are the best. I’m a bit behind in my blog post reading so my apologies for this late note of gratitude! Congratulations on your new grandson! What a handsome fella.

    1. Thank you so much, Mary! I was thrilled to share your post on your yummy lemon recipes. Never worry about being late with me, LOL! its hard to keep up with this life, I totally understand.

  3. Wendy, thank you so much for sharing my Orchid Arrangement. Your little grandson is so handsome. All that gorgeous dark hair! Enjoy your visit, sweet friend.

  4. Congratulations on the baby boy! Such a sweetie and all that hair! My boys were both toe heads, blondies but first little hair!

    1. Thank you, Susan. I, too, can’t believe all of his hair. He is so sweet.

  5. Congratulations on the new grandbaby! So precious and grands are just the best.

    I can’t wait to see your new garden beds. It reminds me very much of the garden area I had that was inside a white picket fence, at my former house.

    I really miss having the space to have that at my current home.

    1. Thank you, Michele. We just left Florida after visiting with the new baby. He was so sweet and fun to cuddle with.
      I am looking forward to getting the garden started tomorrow. I am just a bit worried about caring for it. Hopefully there are enough hours in the day.

  6. Happy Saturday! I look forward to seeing all of the great projects from the handcrafted society. So fun. Enjoy your grandson.

  7. Congratulations, that is one adorable baby and all that hair! Too cute! Thanks so much for sharing my heart wreath on your weekend roundup Wendy. Big hugs!

    1. Thank you, Michelle. Your projects are always so beautiful. I was happy to share this with my readers. I know they enjoyed it so much.

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