Share Your Cup Thursday #200

Welcome to Share Your Cup (SYC for short) the party where you share what makes you happy.It’s what your hosts call “filling your cup”

 

Oh my, I can hardly believe that we have reached the #200 SYC milestone!  Seems like yesterday that I pushed that publish button for SYC #1.  I remember worrying that no one would show up for the party.  lol!  You surprised me and came. 🙂  Some of you have been with us from the start.  You don’t know how much I appreciate each and every one of you!!  Also, I want to thank my co-hosts, Carol and Jo.  They are amazingly talented ladies that I can count on totally!  I must admit, it was a bit hard for me to give up soul ownership (sort of speak) of SYC.  But what a blessing these gals have been in my life!  They have given me time back.  Time to catch up on some of the things I love to do!  Thank you from the bottom of my heart!  Now in celebration of #200 we will be giving away a $50 gift card that can be used at T.J. Maxx, Home Goods, or Marshals.  Just comment on any one of our three blogs and your name will be thrown in the hat.  Thanks for supporting us and sharing your talents with SYC.  YOU truly make me happy!!  Jann

It was my turn (Carol) to select the features this week, but before we check them out, let’s see what your hosts have been up to.

 

Jo has been busy Decorating With Florals as she creates a special bedroom for her granddaughters.

In Cloche Encounter of the Chicken Wire Kind, Jann shared a tutorial on how to make a chicken wire cloche.

 

In her post, The Flags That I Love, we learned that German irises are called Flag Iris.

In Time For Tea, I shared the gifts I made for the ladies of my family when we met up in Beverly Hills for high tea.

With summer just around the corner, I shared the Red, White & Blue popping up all over our house.

And now for the features …

I love finding the perfect item when I’m not even looking for it and that is exactly what Cathy of My 1929 Charmer did when she found A Cottage Quilt for the Master Bedroom.
Diana of Adirondack Girl @ Heart shared a cute craft of making Signs from Vintage Ironstone.
I love what Bernideen of Bernideen’s Tea Time did with An Old Ladder, so much, that I copied her and did something similar with my ladder and birdhouses.
Jan of Just Jan Blog shared the cozy home and beautiful landscapes of Louise Townsend – I want to walk the grounds taking photos and then sip tea while sitting in her “blue room”.

I fell in love with this fun patriotic picnic basket shared by Sarah of Hyacinths for the Soul – oh, that flatware!

Leslie of Gwen Moss shared her Classic Cottage Bedroom Reveal and I love how she replaced sliding mirror closet doors with the soft look of fabric.

Thanks for sharing and be sure to grab the button if your were featured.

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16 thoughts on “Share Your Cup Thursday #200

  1. Thanks most sincerely for hosting this so beautiful party and for the lovely features, as well, sweetest Jo !

    Hope your week is off to a good start I wish you much love for your days to come

    Dany at ~ My little old world ~

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  2. Nice photos! I like the touches of red, white and blue. I’m not a person to use that color combination, but I chose my sunroom to decorate All red, white and blue with flags, Sakura flag china, etc and it looks awesome. Thanks so much for the giveaway.

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  3. Thank you SO much for featuring Marmelade Gypsy’s tea party this week! What a treat! I’m in awe of some of the beautiful things you have been doing! (And I hope you are recuperating from your fall.)

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