If you have been over here for any length of time, you know that we are girls who love words. Our husbands might refer to it as being “wordy” but we beg to differ!
We just simply enjoy sharing…and caring.
And now, we are taking this passion beyond the Picket Fence.
Do you know about this website?
Their desire is to “create a new home for the heart’s of women” and with regular contributors like The Nester, Melissa Michaels from The Inspired Room, Lysa TerKeurst, Jennifer Schmidt from Balancing Beauty and Bedlam and many more, they are doing just that!
Vanessa’s post will be THIS FRIDAY the 25th and Heather’s will be coming up on March 26th.
Vanessa at the Daily Guest blog or click on
We hope you will enjoy hopping over the Picket Fence for a little while and hearing from us at (in)courage!
Now, can we just say that you are some incredibly talented folks? We can? Ok, good. Because you are! Every week we are blown away by the awesome-ness and last week’s party was no exception.
If you are a new friend to At The Picket Fence, you might be asking
Well, this is one of the very few Linky Parties where you can share pretty much anything with us.
Decorating, Cooking, Crafts, Great Ideas, Poetry, Inspiring Stories, they are all welcome here.
First up this week is Jodie from Love, Laughter & Decor.
She created this absolutely stunning nursery for her precious girl.
This space is darling and sophisticated all at the same time!
And there are so many elements that will still work when this becomes a “big girl” room making the room functional beyond the baby stage. Let’s face it though, we all know that you never quite get back that “ohhhhh ahhhhh” feeling once the Polly Pockets start taking over!
To see more of this adorable room and all of the other wonderful creations from Jodie (wait until you see the Birthday party she just did!), please pay her a visit at
Love, Laughter & Decor .
Next up is Rebecca from Throw Open the Windows. She decided that her family room was in need of a little “CPR” (her words) and started out by breathing new life into the pillows for her sofa.
This first one was made using a bath rug!
She did a tutorial on making this darling ruffle pillow.
We think her plan for “resuscitating” her family room is well on its way!
And last but certainly not least, we are breaking with tradition by highlighting a blogger who has a bigger following, but we just couldn’t resist showcasing her gorgeous silk draperies.
Ginger, the Savannah Granny herself, made these and they are simply beautiful!
To read more about the time and energy and skill that went into making these please pay the lovely Savannah Granny a visit!
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3. Please link back to the host blog, At the Picket Fence by grabbing our Inspiration Friday button code on the sidebar or creating a text link so that those who visit your blog will be able to find some wonderful Inspiration from everyone else. (mandatory)