Pastel Inspiration – Home Matters

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Spring can’t come quick enough for me! If you feel the same, maybe this week’s pastel inspiration will get you in the mood for spring crafting and decorating. You’ll see an easy farmhouse wreath, budget-friendly heart decor, a thrift store makeover, and a quilt in the works. Enjoy!

Welcome to the weekly Home Matters Link Party #416!

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The Home Matters Party has 100+ bloggers from around the world who come to share their home decor, crafts, and recipes each week. Thank you to all our participants!

Take a look at last week’s party in case you missed it!


photo collage of 4 pastel projects featured at the home matters link party


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Donna @ Modern On MonticelloFacebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram

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Mel @ Decor, Craft, DesignTwitter | Pinterest | Instagram

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Allyson @ Southern SunflowersFacebook | Pinterest | Instagram — Please consider following me on social media. I share the weekly features on Facebook, Instagram, and in my newsletter.


Hop over to see how I made my DIY photo frame using a craft stencil or pin it for later!

diy stenciled photo frame in shades of lavender


Meredith, from Arts and Classy, made an easy farmhouse wreath for her front door. Isn’t it beautiful? She used lavender, eucalyptus and peonies flowers. Drop by her blog to follow her tutorial!

pastel floral farmhouse style wreath featured at the home matters link party

Ann, from The Apple Street Cottage, made a pretty pastel faux tile heart. She turned a Dollar Tree tile into beautiful home decor. Pop over to her blog to find out how to make a heart for yourself!

pastel pink heart trimmed in lace was featured at the home matters link party

Lee Ann, from Creative Moments, transformed a thrift store find using mineral paint and transfers. Her floral jewelry box makeover looks amazing. Visit her blog to see the “before!”

thrift store jewelry box makeover in pastel green in floral transfers featured at the home matters link party

Judy, from J Biggs Little Scrap Pieces, shows off one of her mystery quilt blocks. I love the color combination. Go over to her blog to see how her quilt is progressing!

quilt block with pastels and navy blue featured at the home matters link party

I hope you enjoyed this week’s features! Let me know in the comment section what you’re sharing this week so I can easily find you. Thanks for linking up!


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14 thoughts on “Pastel Inspiration – Home Matters”

  1. Allyson,
    Thanks again for hosting this charming party every week! I know how much time goes into doing so and I want you to know that it I truly appreciate it!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!

  2. Home does matter and I need to start getting mine together. Moved here in 2020, my childhood home and I am slowly trying to change from mom’s vibe to mine. Although with a chronic pain issue things get hard to do. I can’t even keep things picked up. But since I am a crafter I really need to get moving on things. LOVE the jewelry box.

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