By Renae Frey

The Fabulous Friday Link Party 4.22.22

Loads of Great Inspiration from the finest bloggers in the industry. Home and garden decor and ideas, DIY’s, Tablescapes, Recipes and so much more. Come take a look.

Hey Friends!

Welcome! I am so glad that you are here. I have so many great ideas to share with you today in the link party. But first, I will show you what I have been up to on my blog this week.

How to Make Delicious Kentucky Derby Hot Brown Sandwiches

Peacock Ridge Farm Blog, Classic Mint Julep
See the best Classic Mint Julep Recipe, here.

 The Mint Julep is a bourbon cocktail best known for being the signature drink of the Kentucky Derby. However, it shouldn’t be reserved for only one day a year. It’s a refreshing combination of mint, simple syrup, bourbon and crushed ice, perfect for sipping on hot days. The Mint Julep is traditionally served in a rocks glass or, ideally, in a silver julep cup. What is the difference between a mojito and a mint julep? The Mint Julep is kind of like the Mojito of the South. The major difference between it and the Mojito is that it uses bourbon instead of rum. Sure, the Mint Julep is typically consumed on Derby Day, but don’t let that keep you from enjoying one whenever the mood strikes.

How to Make an Easy DIY Spring Wedding Arbor

See How to Make an Easy DIY Spring Wedding Arbor, here.

Recently, we hosted a wedding for the loveliest family. Their son, who is in the Coast Guard and their precious daughter in law decided to get married here on the farm. This was the first wedding in our new barn. What fun! To see our new barn, click here. They wanted a rustic elegant look for there wedding. We had birch logs from a winter storm, so we used one of the logs as the base of the arbor. One thing that I love about the arbor is that it is easy to remove and use again for the next wedding.

And now, it’s time to Party! 

Welcome Friends!

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Welcome Friends!

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We are so excited to host The Fabulous Friday Link Party, where we celebrate everything home.

Here you will find inspiration from dozens of bloggers including recipes, home DIY, gardening, decor, and so much more.

As a courtesy to the hosts, we ask that you follow every host on at least one social media platform. If you find something that makes you smile, please pin it and add a comment telling them that you love their work.

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WE WOULD LOVE TO SEE WHAT YOU’RE UP TO ON YOUR BLOGS, SO PLEASE JOIN IN AND SHARE YOUR INSPIRATIONS IN THE LINK BELOW

YOU MAY BE OUR NEXT FEATURE!

The Party runs from Friday @ 8:00 am (EST) through Monday @ 12 Noon

Before we get this party started, let’s meet the hosts and check out this week’s featured favorites.

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Meet The Hosts

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Please Follow the Hosts on 1 Social Platform

  1. Diane – SOUTH HOUSE DESIGNS | FB | IG | PINTEREST
  2. Lynn – LIVING LARGE IN A SMALL HOUSE | FB | IG | PINTEREST
  3. Michele – VINTAGE HOME DESIGNS | FB | IG | PINTEREST
  4. Renae – PEACOCK RIDGE FARM | FB | IG | PINTEREST

Top Viewed

Two bunny statues are nestled in faux greens with a few brightly decorated Easter eggs beside them

Sandra from Dinner at Eight brought home top honors this week with her Tray Full of Bunnies. But it’s not just one — Sandra’s is just one of thirteen entries on an “Easter on a Tray” blog tour.

Very Popular

closeup of a vintage basket overflowing with Spring blooms and a small nest with birds

If you’re ready to perk up your door with some Spring finery, you’ll love this one. Rachel from The Antiqued Journey shared her Floral Vintage Door Basket, with a great tutorial to help us recreate something similar. So much charm!

Small red brick porch with a red brick house facade decorateed for Spring with a lantern on one side and a planted urn and bunny statue on the other side

Beyond the door, do you have a small porch? Michelle from Thistle Key Lane shared Spring Decorating Ideas for a Small Porch. So fresh and bright!

A vintage metal bread box's lid is open with Spring flowers filling it and next to it is an Old Bay Spice container with a plant spilling out

Looks like we were all thinking of Spring and flowers! MaryJo of Masterpieces of My Life shared her ideas and tips for some very inventive Container Gardening Ideas.

Editor’s Choice

four wire garden baskets with edison light bulbs are suspended over a festive table set in the garden

The talented Wendy of WM Design House teaches us how to Repurpose Garden Baskets to Make Beautiful Hanging Garden Lights — and then as a bonus shows us multiple ways to use them through multiple seasons and events!

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Be sure to grab our “I Was Featured” graphic below if your post was featured this week, and hyperlink it to this post on your blog or sidebar. We love showing you off!

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Let’s Get This Party Started

We are so excited to see your Elegant Home Decor, Crafts & DIY Projects, Vintage & Antiques, Gardens & Outdoor Spaces as well as Seasonal Decor

Now it’s your turn to link away

  • Please follow all of our hosts on social media and say hello!
  • Add up to 3 family-friendly posts. NO Etsy shops, adult sites, advertising round-ups, other link parties or any sales promotions. We appreciate it.
  • Make sure you’re linking to a specific post – not your main website URL
  • It’s not a party if you aren’t mingling! Visit others. Caring is sharing. Like, comment, and pin posts.
  • Party entries appear in REVERSE. This way your entries will be seen no matter when you arrive.
  • Help us spread the word about this party by sharing the Fabulous Friday’s Link Party button in your post or sidebar Use the hashtag #fabulousfridays when sharing on social media.
  • Please make sure that your images are in jpeg or png format. If we can’t save your image, we may not be able to feature you.
  • By linking to the Fabulous Friday’s Link Party, you give us permission to share your post and images on our blogs and social media. We will always give proper credit with photo and link back

The Party runs from Friday @ 8:00 am (EST) through Monday @ 12 Noon

Let’s Party!

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter

Thank you so much for stopping by today. I always enjoy our time together. Please follow me on Facebook.com/PeacockRidgeFarm, on Instagram @peacockridge, on Pinterest and YouTube.

11 thoughts on “The Fabulous Friday Link Party 4.22.22”

  1. Thank you for another fabulous party. I love all the spring vibes and I am honored to be featured. Have a fabulous weekend. XO- MaryJo

  2. Thanks so much for the feature!! I am so grateful for your support. Hope you have a lovely weekend!!

  3. Thanks for this week of wonderful features and links Renae! There’s always so much inspiration here – a perfect way to start a Friday. Take care and enjoy our sunshine!

  4. Renae,
    Another great week. I loved all the features. Thanks for hosting.

    1. You are so welcome. Thank you so much for linking up. I sure appreciate you.

  5. Once again another GREAT party FULL of inspiring projects and recipes – thanks for hosting! I brought PAN SEARED CHICKEN with TARRAGON THYME SHERRY SAUCE, CHIPOTLE CHICKEN and ONION SALISBURY STEAK. Have a WONDERFUL week.

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Renae Frey

Beautiful interiors don’t have to come with an outrageous price tag. My style is what I like to call Vintage French Farmhouse, I love mixing decorating styles, especially opposites like the glitz of a chandelier dripping in crystals with a chair upholstered in worn aged leather. Refined, yet not too formal-but, livable, elegant traditional design, adding warmth and vintage elements.

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