Rustic Peach Slab Pie + The Creative Corner

Happy Sunday & link up day!  Today’s creative corner party is off to a delicious start with a tasty peach slab pie and lots of food features from your host blogs.

The Creative Corner link party | Come to inspire, stay to be inspired. Share your latest DIY, craft, and home decor posts!

This rustic peach slab pie is tasty, uses a premed pie crust, and is big enough for a crowd.  Head over to check out this tasty recipe.

Rustic style peach slab pie big enough for a crowd!

Don’t forget to grab your feature button!

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 And now lets take a look at our hosts, and what is new from the past week!
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The DIY Mommy
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Curly Crafty Mom
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The Dempster Logbook
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The Southern Couture
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 Joy In Our Home
You don’t want to miss any of these great posts from your host blogs!
Weekly features from the Creative Corner DIY party.

Easy & Tasty BBQ Foil Pack Meal from Curly Crafty Mom.

Make Cold Brewed Coffee With Sweet Vanilla Cream from The DIY Mommy.

Cheesy Jalapeno Sausage Balls from The Southern Couture.

Homemade Chocolate Chip Granola Bars from Joy In Our Home.

Comfortable Farmhouse Front Porch Reveal from The Logbook.

The Creative Corner link party | Come to inspire, stay to be inspired. Share your latest DIY, craft, and home decor posts!Ready to share what has been motivating you this past week? Link up a recent post of yours that motivates you to create or just be awesome! Our goal is for this link up to focus on craft, DIY, & home posts so please try to remember that when linking up.

  • Limit three links per week and remember to link directly to your post, not your blog.
  • Do not link stores, giveaways, or other link parties.
  • Be sure to hop around some of the other posts that have been linked up to share the love and get motivated by what others have been up to.

Each week, your hosts will choose a post to feature from the previous week. If you want a chance at being featured, you must follow all of the hosts in someway. By linking up, you agree to let each host share your photo and link back to your site, as well as receive a weekly e-mail letting you know when the party is live. We will never give your e-mail or info to anyone, nor will we spam you! The Creative Corner link party goes live Sunday 6pm PST and ends Thursday at 5pm PST. I’d love for you to grab The Creative Corner button in my sidebar to put on your own blog if you want to help spread the love!

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Now it’s your turn to join in on the fun and link up your recent craft, DIY, or home posts so get ready to motivate  others and be inspired! Don’t forget, if you want a chance to be featured next week follow all of the hosts above!

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Whitewash Picnic Tables

Earlier this month I shared with you how we finally finished of our farmhouse front porch with the help of DIY projects, and are loving the relaxing space.  This post is another DIY focused on the outdoor space, and gives us an inexpensive solution for outdoor eating.  While we don’t do tons of eating outdoors (pig buildings = lots of flies) we still use the tables for entertaining and activities.

We started off with inexpensive wooden picnic tables from a nearby lumber yard.  Each spring the lumber yard will build several and sell them until they are gone.  Very reasonably priced, and sturdy, I bought four so they could be used in our barn during classes and outside during barn sales and kid parties.

Make basic picnic tables shine with a coat of whitewash!

They arrived functional, but of course I couldn’t just leave them like that.  I was pretty sure that they needed a good whitewashing.

We used exterior paint, that was water-based, and mixed up some whitewash.

The exterior paint used for whitewashing picnic tables.

After the first coat you could still see the grain, but it was still really light.  So we ended up doing two coats of whitewash.

The first coat of whitewash on the picnic table seat. The first coat of whitewash on the picnic table seat.

Two coats of the paint, using the same whitewash technique that I share over here, and these tables were sturdy, economical, and beautiful!  I’m one happy farm wife!

Picnic tables after two coats of whitewashing.Whitewash picnic tables to go from basic to fabulous!

Finally! The Farmhouse Front Porch Reveal.

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Today is the first day of school, which in my mind means that summer is over.  So this post sharing my front porch reveal is long overdue. Our front porch combines my blush colored door, faux tile cement floor, and the most comfortable front porch … [Continue reading]

Dining Room Decor + The Creative Corner

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Another week, another Creative Corner link up party!  I've got some great design inspiration for you today that is all about filling the blank wall space in your dining room. Lolly Jane Blog linked up with us their beautiful farmhouse chic … [Continue reading]

Decorating The Hallway Corner

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So, here's the deal.  I haven't posted much recently for a few reasons. 1 - It's summer.  I wanted to have a routine, but it just didn't really happen.  No routine for me means survival mode. 2 - I've been working hard on planning for the barn … [Continue reading]

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