Sharing from the She-Shed Volume 46

Good morning on this lovely Sunday! I’ve found Sundays to be the perfect day for my round-up posts, so you might notice this change moving forward.

It’s been yet another bustling week at WM Design House.

I’ve been incredibly busy in the garden, getting everything ready for a garden tour our city is hosting on April 14th.

Yesterday, with the help of many, we made significant progress.

Front of the house with new planter
planted wheelbarrel
renuculus in the garden

Dahlias in the garden

I am starting to feel like I can see the light at the end of the tunnel.

I planted lots of seeds, and all of my dahlia tubers have been planted.

This is what they look like when you take them out of the ground.

Have you ever seen a clump of dahlia tubers? Last year, I planted one single tuber, and this year, I got 14. I can divide this tuber and get at least four plants from this one set of tubers.

If you are a dahlia lover like me, you know this makes my heart sing because these tubers will soon become the most beautiful flowers in my garden.

Dahlia tubers
Dahlia deadheading- assortment of red, white and multicolored dahlias

Other happenings at WM Design House

I underwent an MRI on my foot and will receive the results on Tuesday. I’m pleased to report it’s feeling somewhat improved, which is encouraging.

This week, we enjoyed time with family, and it was a joy to see my sister as we supported Madison, our eldest granddaughter, in her preparations for a ballet competition.

Being together is always wonderful.

Wendy and Robin , two ladies at dinner

The Latest on the Blog

We have been picking lemons:

What to do with a tree full of lemons?  

A list of ideas for using your old lemons. From decorating to baking.

Flower arrangements are made with greens and fresh lemons.

Easter DIY’s are happening:

Looking for an easy DIY craft for Easter?  

These adorable napkins are made out of toilet paper rolls and a few pieces of felt. Get the kids involved and have some fun.

Pink and white napkin rings and top hat napkin ring.

Looking for a creative wreath to make for your front door? This easy Dollar tree wreath is so cute and easy to make.

Dollar Tree Easter Bunny Wreath

With just a few supplies and a little time, you can make this adorable Easter Bunny Wreath for your Front Door this Easter Season.

Adding a bird's nest, carrots, and more flowers to my spring easter wreath.

What I Found Inspiring This Week

I love reading all of my fellow blogger’s posts each week and seeing how creative they are. I am constantly saying, “Why didn’t I think of that” .

Here are a few of my favorites from this past week.

Rachel @thepondsarmhouse always comes up with the best projects on a dime.

This week, she made these adorable lambs she found at the thrift store.

decoupaged lambs

Michele from Vintage Home Designs created a beautiful Asian-themed dinner using blue and white; It was spectacular.

Blue and white Chinese party

Are you ready for St. Patrick’s Day? You don’t want to forget the dessert. My friend Elizabeth @pineconesandacorns made these delicious chocolate cupcakes with Baileys Irish Cream frosting.

green and chocolate cupcakes

Have you heard of Hygge decor? Be sure to visit Kim @cottageinthemitten to learn all about it.

Hygge Decor items

And a few more to inspire you this easter season

Rachel shares her great ideas and choices for using faux flowers for spring.

If you are looking for the cutest DIY pillow, it’s here!

Have you ever wanted to reupholster a chair? My friend Cindy will show you exactly how to do it.

As I wrap up today. I hope you’ve enjoyed these glimpses into my busy life and what inspires me.

I wish you all a great week ahead.


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  1. Thank you so much for sharing my Asian themed tablescape! I’m so glad you liked it.

    I really wish I lived close enough to come to the garden tour. I’m sure yours will be fabulous!!

    1. Hi Michele. You are so welcome. I loved your take on the Chinese dinner, you were so creative. Always happy to share your beautiful content.

  2. Wendy, your home looks amazing! Oh, how much work! But so worth it! I hope that you get the answers you need for your foot. I’ve been thinking of you! Thank you so much for sharing my bunny pillow project. As always, I love seeing what is happening in the She-Shed!

  3. Those tubers look so good! I love dahlias and I know you’re excited for the blooms. Glad your foot is feeling better. Thanks so much for sharing my Hygge decor post. Have the best week, Wendy!

    1. Thank you Kim! I wish you lived closer. I would load you up with tubers.

    1. Thank you, Rachel. The garden is a work in process, but it is coming along. I am anxious to have some blooms. I am always happy to share your posts.

  4. Wendy
    I wish I had a lemon tree. We just made a double batch of limoncello and would love to pick them from the backyard. Thank you for sharing my lamb makeover. They were so fun to make. I appreciate you so much.

    1. Lemon trees are very easy to grow. Maybe you could plant one. Your lambs were so cute and I always love sharing your projects. I appreciate you, too Rachel.

  5. Happy Sunday, Wendy! I always enjoy seeing the views from your gorgeous garden. It’s still too cold to plant anything here for a few more months, so until then I’m living vicariously through you!

  6. Thanks for sharing your these! I love your Sharing from the She Shed series!

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