Taking the house my mom grew up in, the farm my grandparents shared for over fifty years and making it a home for us to grow old in.

To Grandma’s House we go! (Wednesday Link Party #2)

Welcome to the To Grandma’s House we go Link Party #2! Last week went wonderful and I was so impressed with your beautiful posts that I had a real hard time picking the features! Read an incredible article called Recovery through Gardening, a great step by step canning tutorial on how to can fresh tomatoes, a recipe that looks so easy and incredible for chicken and dumplings, a really informative post for dairy free substitutes in baking and cooking and, last but not least, the cutest little concrete bowls you’ll ever see that you can make yourselves! (Grab the featured button following the features.) Thank you all for your wonderful posts, can’t wait to see what this next week brings.

This link party is all about homemade, homemaking, DIY, recycling, upcycling, before and afters (of rooms, furniture, whatever), build projects, vintage, any kind of creative, frugal, time saving, money saving or green advice, canning and old fashioned recipes. Going back to simpler times, simpler days where we used all that we had and never bought new until there was absolutely no choice.


The Floyd Family Homestead had the most clicked this week with their post called “Recovery Through Gardening” it was easy to pick this one as a feature too as I had already read this article before this link party started (I’m one of the Floyd Family’s internet stalkers) and it is so true that in the same way that we transform our surroundings – they also transform us, in work we do find healing as I myself have here at Grandma’s House.
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Over at Crafting A Family they shared an awesome post about how to can fresh tomatoes. I have not yet taken the step into canning (though I feel like I’m teetering real close to it) right now I still just freeze them but this is an awesome step by step article on how to do it that I am totally stashing in my recipe book for the day when I decide to try it!
This link party is all about homemade, homemaking, DIY, recycling, upcycling, before and afters (of rooms, furniture, whatever), build projects, vintage, any kind of creative, frugal, time saving, money saving or green advice, canning and old fashioned recipes. Going back to simpler times, simpler days where we used all that we had and never bought new until there was absolutely no choice.


I don’t know about you but when fall hits there are two things I want: Apple cider and home made chicken and dumpling soup. This looks absolutely divine! This recipe from the Rambling of a Small Town Girl is definitely going to be made in my house this weekend!
This link party is all about homemade, homemaking, DIY, recycling, upcycling, before and afters (of rooms, furniture, whatever), build projects, vintage, any kind of creative, frugal, time saving, money saving or green advice, canning and old fashioned recipes. Going back to simpler times, simpler days where we used all that we had and never bought new until there was absolutely no choice.


So I’m feeling pretty much like I’ve been totally missing out for awhile now because I had not yet discovered the Chemistry Cachet until basically this very moment. Like, have I been living under a rock or something? This is an awesome site with SO much information!
This link party is all about homemade, homemaking, DIY, recycling, upcycling, before and afters (of rooms, furniture, whatever), build projects, vintage, any kind of creative, frugal, time saving, money saving or green advice, canning and old fashioned recipes. Going back to simpler times, simpler days where we used all that we had and never bought new until there was absolutely no choice.


As soon as I saw this project from The Painted Hive I knew I would be featuring it. Aren’t these bowls adorable!? And so simple and easy, anyone can make them and they offer such a cool vibe!
This link party is all about homemade, homemaking, DIY, recycling, upcycling, before and afters (of rooms, furniture, whatever), build projects, vintage, any kind of creative, frugal, time saving, money saving or green advice, canning and old fashioned recipes. Going back to simpler times, simpler days where we used all that we had and never bought new until there was absolutely no choice.


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This link party is all about homemade, homemaking, DIY, recycling, upcycling, before and afters (of rooms, furniture, whatever), build projects, vintage, any kind of creative, frugal, time saving, money saving or green advice, canning and old fashioned recipes. Going back to simpler times, simpler days where we used all that we had and never bought new until there was absolutely no choice.

I’ve been a participant of many link parties over the past few months and it felt like time for me to put on one of my own and give back! There will be features every week and every single link will be pinned at the To Grandma’s House We Go Pinterest page. the party will be shared on Facebook and Twitter and will be in our weekly DIY newsletter!

(Interested in being a co-host? Leave a comment!)

Rules:

* This link party is all about homemade, homemaking, DIY, recycling, upcycling, before and afters (of rooms, furniture, whatever), build projects, vintage, any kind of creative, frugal, time saving, money saving or green advice, canning and old fashioned recipes. Going back to simpler times, simpler days where we used all that we had and never bought new until there was absolutely no choice.

* Up to 3 links per person.

* MUST be a link to a blog post and not your home page.

* Other link parties or submission places are welcome as long as they are within the theme.

* You MUST provide a link back to me (you can use the button or a text link) and you must follow me on at least one social platform. Instagram, Hometalk, Facebook, Bloglovin, Pinterest, Twitter.

* Make sure you check out a few other links too.

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Now, let’s get this party started: To Grandma’s house we go!

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16 Comments

  1. September 21, 2016 at 1:47 pm

    Thanks for hosting – this is turning into a great link-up!
    Shared and pinned!

    • September 21, 2016 at 3:20 pm

      Thanks Michelle for sharing!!

  2. Marilyn
    September 21, 2016 at 2:19 pm

    Thank you for hosting. I love partying this time of year. There are so many beautiful and colorful posts to read. Have a great week!

    • September 21, 2016 at 3:20 pm

      Thanks for sharing with us Marilyn!

  3. September 22, 2016 at 2:19 am

    Hi Tara, thank you for hosting this link party. I am glad I found it. Lots of great ideas and posts already. I pinned to pinterest, and following in bloglovin’. Have a great rest of the week!

    • September 22, 2016 at 2:56 pm

      Thank you for joining us Jasmine!

  4. September 22, 2016 at 4:30 am

    Tarah, it is great to be back for week 2. Thank you for this party! Happy week!

    xo Dianne

    • September 22, 2016 at 2:57 pm

      Thank you for coming back and sharing Diane!

  5. September 22, 2016 at 4:28 pm

    Thanks for the invitation to the party, Tarah–looks like fun!

    • September 22, 2016 at 5:00 pm

      *waves* Hi Diana! Thanks for coming!! 🙂

  6. September 22, 2016 at 6:21 pm

    Great idea with the name of your party!! Love it! I will be trying old fashioned recipes soon for fall. Thanks for hosting!

    • September 22, 2016 at 6:42 pm

      Wonderful, can’t wait to try some of those recipes, thanks for coming by!

  7. September 22, 2016 at 8:50 pm

    Thank you for hosting! I have already found a couple of treasures in the links!

    Pam

    • September 22, 2016 at 8:52 pm

      That’s wonderful! Thank you for coming by!

  8. September 25, 2016 at 6:38 pm

    Just a thought, some of us prefer to have a sidebar list of “I sometimes link to..” on our blogs. Hopefully this won’t disqualify us from being featured? Thanks, Nancy

    • September 25, 2016 at 10:00 pm

      Nancy, the link can be anywhere on your site and that is absolutely fine, thank you for coming and sharing with us!

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