Talk of the Town #115

Well, my vacation is over.  We had an amazing time, but it flew by much, much too fast.  Once I go through my photos, I’ll share more about our adventures, but right now it’s time to party!
Welcome back to Talk of the Town!
Talk of the Town link party
First, let’s take a look at what you may have missed from your party hosts!
This week at Knick of Time

This Week At My Repurposed Life

This Week At Hunt and Host


Here’s what we’re talking about from last week’s party!

Grass Centerpiece for Easter – Walking On Sunshine
Baked Eggs in a Cast Iron Skillet – The Black Peppercorn

Rustic DIY Twine Carrots – The Organized Dream

Spring Mantel and a New Easter Bunny Sign – So Much Better With Age

Pineapple Pie – Simply Stacie

Now, it’s your turn!

PLEASE NOTE – There are now *2* separate link ups; the first is for DIY/Vintage/Repurposed links and the second for recipes.  Thank you!

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TotT Something to talk about DIY|VINTAGE|REPURPOSED LINKS


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  1. Thank you for featuring my Spring Grass Centerpiece this week!

  2. Lovely party with great ideas being shared again this week. Thank you!

  3. Thanks so much for the party!!

  4. Thank you Angie for hosting the 115th Talk of the Town. Have a wonderful week.

  5. It’s a great privilege to join this party! Thank you so much.

  6. Your bench looks a-mazing, Angie! I’ll have to pop over and take a closer look. Thanks so much for the party!

  7. Thank you so much for hosting this great party and featuring my deviled easter egg chicks. 🙂

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