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Home{work} Wednesday Link Party #3

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Thank you for stopping by to visit our Home{work} Wednesday link party again this week.

Our top 3 most viewed posts from last were the following:

Home{work} Wednesday Link Party at Marty's Musings

Debbie-Dabble  and her reasons for loving the Dollar Tree. (I love them, too!)

landscape your home

 6 Budget Savvy Tips for Landscaping Your Home from DesignDreams by Anne

Home{work} Wednesday Link Party from Marty's Musings

Painting the Porch Furniture from Scribbler Unfocused  

If you were featured we’d love for you to grab our button and display it proudly!



We can’t wait to see all your creativity unveiled this week! Please observe these few rules and have a great time at the party! Rules for the Home{work} Party (and remember,  your post will appear automatically on Atta Girl Says, Worthing Court The Everyday Home and Marty’s Musings.

* Please link to a specific post on your blog, not your blog’s URL.
*If you are pinning a feature, please click through to the original source to give proper credit.
*By linking up a project, you are giving the hosting blogs, listed above, the right to feature one or more of your photos on any of our blogs or social media outlets.
*No more than three projects, please.
*Please link back to at least ONE of the host blogs. You are welcome to use the party button and code supplied below.
*We would love for you to follow us on Facebook, Pinterest,Twitter or Google+. *Please, no links up for posts about Giveaways, Etsy Shops, Product Reviews or Promotions. 


You can view my personal favorites from Home{work} Wednesday here.

At Marty’s Musings this week you’ll find a fun layered jello dessert (pin it for Fourth of July!)

Patriotic Jello Dessert from Marty's Musings

and my Simple Gift Sunday post, The More I Seek You.

The More I Seek You by Marty's Musings  

I thought you might also like a look at one of my favorite projects, our Family Gallery Wall. This was one of the first DIY projects I shared and is still my favorite wall in our home. Find out how I used my Cricut, yard sale frames and black and white pics to celebrate our family in a unique way.

How to Make a Family Gallery Wall  

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  1. Thanks so much for featuring my post as one of the top 3 viewed but I think you forgot a picture from my post.. No problem…

    Thanks for hosting!!


    1. Debbie, I’m so sorry! I’m out of town and not on my desktop and I’ve had such trouble getting everything up for the party. I’ll try to get it done ASAP. Sorry!

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