Linda of Itsy Bits and Pieces

Linda is a writer, photographer, and vintage dealer who loves to blog and create. She finds inspiration everywhere and shares her ideas through the creative blog, Itsy Bits And Pieces, where she talks about vintage finds, reuse projects, decorating ideas, home tours, and more. To inspire her readers, Linda features colorful photography and whimsical displays, driving her readers to always come back for more ideas on how to use vintage items in a modern way.

For Mother’s Day, we invited Linda to share her thoughts about her mother:

Linda's mom and dad

Describe your mom in 3 words.

Loving, caring, and giving

Describe what your mom means to you in one sentence.

My mom is a best friend, my biggest cheerleader, loves me unconditionally, and makes me laugh…I’ve been blessed beyond words to have had her as my mother.

What’s your favorite activity to do with your mom?

Since my mother lives across the country from me, just being together is my favorite activity with her.

What are you most grateful to your mother for?
I always felt loved and safe growing up, and she always made me feel like I could do whatever I set my mind to. She has taught me how to be a good mother and grandmother for my own children and grandchildren.

What’s your favorite way to show your mom that you care?

Calling and talking about our days.

Are there small things your mom does for you that lets you know she cares?

She often calls me just to hear my voice, and to see how I’m doing. She has surprised me with small gifts that she knows will mean a lot to me.

 

Donna's pretty woodland-themed windowscape
Linda’s pretty woodland-themed windowscape

Check out Linda’s blog post to see how she decorated her home with Balsam Hill’s Majestic Pine Wreath, Fairy String Lights, and Luminara Flameless Candles!

4 Comments

  1. harrisjlpm Reply

    Linda is a talented and lovely person. I’ve been a follower of her blog forever. Thank you for featuring her, I enjoyed hearing about her mother.

  2. All summed up Linda, sounds like your momma gave you everything you needed.

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