Mostly Homemade Mondays - Week 76

Good morning! I had an awesome weekend. Of course, I spent a considerable amount of time tending to my seedlings. You might recall that this is my first year starting my own seeds for my garden. So far, I am having some decent success, but I'm not remaining too optimistic.

Also, I spent some time in the farm store grabbing organic feed, bedding, grit and oyster shell for my chickens. They'll be making their debut in our backyard in a few weeks. If you haven't checked out our coop, read PART 1 of the reveal.

On the blog this week I'll share the final reveal of our 100% repurposed-materials chicken coop, as well as a bunch of photos of another Eastern Iowa chicken coop and run. I also have a book review and giveaway, as well as a product review and giveaway coming later in the week.

With so much happening at The Sustainable Couple, this week is one that you'll want to be tuning in!

Anyway, on to the party:




Mostly Homemade Mondays is a series for people that are on a journey to better living, via healthier eating and a more natural lifestyle. We realize that there are different paths that we all take to get to that place, and this bloghop celebrates that. Whether you’re a seasoned raw foodist who has banned all things unnatural, or a rookie who is starting out by cutting out junk food, we’d love to hear from you! Link up with your favorite recipes, projects, crafts, or rants and raves.

The Hosts:

Jess from Scratch Mommy
Joyce from The Skinny Pear

Homemade Mondays will open every Monday. You have until Thursday to make your submissions. We will share our favorite posts on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and shout it from the rooftops.
  • Link up. Use the submission form below to add your blog posts to our gallery below. You can add as many links as you’d like, as long as they’re on topic. 
  • What’s eligible? Recipes, crafts, DIY projects, gardening, fitness, green ideas or just plain old advice. We’re pretty open.
  • Tell us about yourselves. Leave a comment telling us a little about your site and what you’ve shared. Of course this isn’t mandatory, but it’s a good way to stand out.
  • Link back. Share the love by adding a link back to this party with your readers so they can see all of these great ideas as well.
  • Follow our Pinterest board. Remember to check out our Mostly Homemade Mondays Pinterest board where we're pinning some of our favorite posts from the week.
Here was our favorite post from last week: 


A special thanks to Glass Slipper Restorations for linking up her rainwater catch system to Mostly Homemade Mondays! We have a fleet of rain barrels here on our city homestead, and know the value of collecting rain water. Especially when you pay for water in town!

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6 comments:

  1. Hi,
    Love Quinoa?
    Today I shared:
    "How to Make a Healthy & Delicious "Quinbritto", a Quinoa Buritto". Thanks for hosting this wonderful blog hop!

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    1. Thanks for sharing, Deborah! You've got some great dishes to share :)

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  2. Hello Kelli,

    I'm back with How to Harvest Poppy Seeds!

    Thanks for always visiting the website, and hosting. Have a blessed day.

    - Abby Jo @ Forgotten Way Farms

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    1. Thanks for stopping by again, Abby! I'm glad we've made your list of regular blog hops.

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  3. Hi Kelli,

    Thanks for hosting! Today I shared my post on How to Repair a Chipped Baseboard.
    Have a great day Kelli!

    Val @ artsybuildinglady.blogspot.ca

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    1. Oh, awesome! Thanks for sharing - I don't know of a single baseboard in my home that doesn't need a little TLC.

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