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Thursday, September 1, 2016

Thoughts of Home on Thursday #30

Welcome to week thirty of Thoughts of Home on Thursday.

Have you heard about the Thoughts of Home special Tiered Tray Extravaganza? The party will occur on Tuesday, September 13, 2016. We would love to see how you decorate your tiered trays so please link up!Hope You'll Join Us!

Your hostess this week is Laura of Decor To Adore. Earlier this week she shared a few pillowcases made from bright and happy “Little House on the Prairie” fabric.

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Here are this weeks fabulous and fun features:


You have to see all the charming touches House at Forest Manor added to her Nautical Tablescape.


It’s still really hot in many parts of the country and the Painted Apron’s Chocolate Mint Cookies & Cream frozen dessert provides a perfectly delicious cool down.

chocolate mint icecream


Just in time for the fall season Crafts a la Mode shares How to Plant Succulents on Pumpkins.


You will really appreciate how Live from Julie’s House found her style

Boho Chic Sunroom - Find out how I transformed an awkward little room in my house into a boho chic sunroom with loads of personality and style - without breaking the bank.


Organized and Simplified created a darling vanity stool inspired by Pottery Barn.

We ask that you please:

1. Link back to this post or any of the four hosts websites.

Laura at D├ęcor To Adore

Stacey from Poofing the Pillows

Jemma from At Home With Jemma

Laura at White Spray Paint

2. Share up to three of your favorite posts, remembering to not link to advertising or shops.

By linking up you are providing permission that Thoughts of Home on Thursday can feature your post and accompanying photos on future blog posts or other forms of social media such as Facebook and Instagram. A link back to your blog will always be provided.

Thank you so very much for gathering with us and we hope to see you each and every week at Thoughts of Home on Thursday. We can’t wait to see what you share. 


Daniela said...

Darling Laura,

I'm happy more and more to be here !

Hope you're having a most beautiful week ever, I'm sending blessings on your September, may it be filled with much love

Xx Dany

Pam Richardson said...

Laura, thanks so much for hosting and for the lovely features! Happy Thursday, Pam @ Everyday Living

Calypso In The Country said...

Thanks so much for hosting! Enjoy your weekend!

Denise said...

Hi Laura,

Thanks so much to you and the other hosts of "Thoughts of Home on Thursday" for featuring my tablescape this week -- I am honored!! :) All the features from last week look like such fun -- can't wait to read them!

Have a blessed day and a great weekend!


Denise at Forest Manor

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Thanks so much for hosting!! Have a great weekend!!


Sarah said...

What a fun idea! I'll see if I can get something created for this party. Putting it on my list.

Thanks for hosting.

My thrift store addiction said...

Laura, I just read the delightful post featuring you and your family's heritage by Daniella. I don't believe I ever saw your full name so I hadn't made the connection. I homeschooled my three kids and we read and reread the Little House Books, as well as a few of yours! Thank you for hosting, Cecilia


Thank you for the inspiration.


Organized and Simplified said...

Thank you so much for featuring me!! I love participating each week!!

Lynn Bean said...

Looking forward to the tier tray event! Thank you for hosting this lovely party!

Christine said...

Laura, Your "Thoughts of Home" party sure has grown! What a wealth of fun information and ideas.
Congratulations on your success.

The Charm of Home said...

I love your pillowcases Laura! They are adorable! Thanks for hosting!

Jean | said...

Laura, thank you so much for hosting. I enjoyed your interview over on Dany's blog! But, as a lifelong amateur genealogist, I had to point out that, rather than being a fourth cousin of Laura Ingalls Wilder, you are a first cousin three times removed and would be a fourth cousin of her great grandchild. Common misunderstanding in the confusing world of cousins!