Sunday Sharing from the She-Shed

A look back on what is happening in the She shed and around the web. You will enjoy all of the Saturday sharing.

Welcome to Sunday’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 what’s happening in the She shed.

It has been a while since I have written a sharing post, I honestly don’t know where the time goes, but it just seems to pass me by. We had the holidays, I redid my website, have spent a lot of time just trying to catch up, and we had a new grandson. Callum Rhett was born on January 11th, three weeks early, weighing 6 lbs. 15 oz. We are excited to leave next week to visit this little love bug in Florida.

baby in car seat

What is Happening at WM Design House

I am delighted with the outcome of my new website, it was a lot of work, but I am so glad that I took the time and learned some new skills. Now I can make changes as needed all by myself. I have enjoyed learning these new skills and enjoy the challenge.

Speaking of Challenges

Striving for a perfect life is unrealistic, and seeking one can lead to frustration. Rather than getting caught up in this unachievable goal, we must accept ourselves and our circumstances. Although being organized comes easily to some, it may be challenging for others. I know this to be true in my life; while I wish my world were in perfect order, this often is not the case. Seeing reality as it truly is—imperfect—and embracing who we are with our strengths and weaknesses helps create a sense of acceptance that allows us to take on the struggles of our real lives.

The She Shed Happenings

You may have noticed that I have not been doing my live videos in the shed.

There are several reasons I wanted to share.

First of all, it’s cold out there. I know you are laughing at me for those who live in the east, but for me, it’s hard.

The shed needs some love, and I just got to it today. She is now clean as a whistle, and I am ready to roll.

I have also decided that I will be doing my She-shed events on Youtube from now on. I did one today to test it out and need to make a few adjustments, but I believe I have the basics down. I need to move the camera a bit farther back so you can see better, and a few other minor issues.

You can watch the video here if you would like.

Spring is coming

I have been busy preparing for my spring garden, planning what to plant and where. I even managed to get out in the dirt a bit this past week.

I know it is early, but I want to be ready. I was trying to clean things up and get the soil ready. So be sure to order your tubers and seeds now.

Grab Bag dahlias ~mv2
lady in the garden
Platinum Blonde dahlia flowers

New blog posts this past week

Just in case you missed them.

On Tuesday, I shared how to make this adorable pinecone flower wreath.

On Thursday, I shared Everything you need to know about Dahlias and more.

Dahlia Arrangement with pink dahlias
DIY Foraged Heart Pine Cone Wreath

My Favorite Blog Posts from The She Shed

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.

Rachel from @thepondsfarmhouse is back with another fun DIY. Rachel’s post always takes my breath away. I adore her style.

How to make paper flowers out of book pages

paper rose

My friend Kim @cottageinthemitten created this adorable pom pom wreath.

Heart shaped wreath made out of pom poms

And look at these fabulous moss branches. I am in love! From my friend Jennifer @cottageonbunkerhill.

Mossy branches

My friend Tammy @whitelilacfarmhouse You know I love anything blue and white! And these darling Valentine’s day bowls are picture-perfect.

blue placemat with red and white dishes

And don’t forget it is time to get those gardens prepared. You will love my friend Stacy’s post on Easy-Care Cottage Garden Ideas.

August Garden

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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How to make a finger-knitted blanket in four hours or less ( perfect for these cold nights )

The basics of floral arranging

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  1. Awww Callum is just the sweetest! I don’t know Wendy but your life looks picture perfect to me! You have the most amazing family, you are so darned talented and you are way more organized than me. Haha – I strive to be you! I cannot imagine anything you need to perfect any further than it already is. Love all the projects you shared. Can’t wait to see your dahlias grow.

    1. Oh, sweet Crystal, you are such a doll. But honestly, most days, this house feels so messy, with stuff everywhere. A big part of that is that we are constantly creating, which causes a big mess. But, you too have such a gorgeous home and so much talent. I can’t wait to see your garden this year.

  2. I enjoyed your video, Wendy. Thank you for sharing my valentine tablescape.

    1. I fixed your link… silly me. That’s what I get for copying code, LOL

  3. Wendy,
    I know what you mean about too cold for the greenhouse/she shed. It keep looking out my kitchen window and can’t make myself go out there. Lol. Thank you for sharing my paper roses. You are so kind.

    1. Right, it’s just too darn cold. Loved your paper roses. But then again, I love everything you do :))))

  4. Congrats on your new grand! So exciting to see our families grow! Safe travels and thanks so much for sharing my pom-pom wreath! 💛

    1. Thank you Kim, and then we get girl #5 in April. I can hardly keep up with them all. LOL
      Your wreath is adorable, so happy to share.

  5. Leslie Watkins says:

    I loved your you tube video and that gorgeous arrangement! Beautiful!

    1. Thank you, Leslie. I had been doing lives on IG and have decided to hop over to Youtube. A bit sick of the IG algorithm.

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