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My House at A Sort of Fairytale


Wow, I can't believe a tour of my house is being featured today at
A Sort of Fairytale!



Stacey has started a series called
Blogger's Home Tours
Click here to see the tour.

If you missed Stacey's first feature, 
click here to see the charming home of
Anne Marie at Na-Da Farm Life.

And if you're new to A Sort of Fairytale, you must check it out.
Stacey has the most adorable home filled with wonderful, vintage goodies.
She is so talented and has an amazing sense of style!

Thank you so much, Stacey!
I am honored and amazed to be included
in your Home Tours.


Stacey will be featuring many more Blogger's homes
 so be sure to check back!



Comments

  1. Sounds great! I'm on my way over.

    S
    xo

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  2. Ooo I am on my way to take a look. Love home tours.

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  3. JoAnne, how exciting! You deserve to have your home featured. It's so pretty. I think I've told you that your blog is one of my faves! I'll be sure to check out Stacey's blog post.

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  4. Hi~~ Just found you through A Sort Of Fairytale. Love your blog. I to am in love with all blue and white. Looking forward to following along.
    Have a great weekend
    ~Cheryl

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  5. Loved the feature! Your home is adorable - so fresh and obviously loving. Thanks for sharing it with us... I'll be sure and peruse the whole blog and check out all your beautiful ideas !

    gena

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  6. so happy to have had you! thank you!!
    :)

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  7. Your home tour is fabulous! I love your house so much and can't wait to see what you do next!

    Lori : )
    Thrifty Decor Mom

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  8. I loved your home tour at A Sort of Fairytale blog. The kitchen was my favorite! Love all of your pale blues and creamy whites.

    ~Shanon

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