Season’s Greetings dear readers! Welcome back to Thursday Favorite Things! I am so happy to be joining Katherine at Katherine’s Corner and a wonderful group of blogging friends as a co-hostess for this fantastic weekly link party for bloggers and blog readers too! If you are looking to grow your blog, make new friends, and be inspired each week, this is the place to be. *Bloggers: If you would like a chance to be featured, please leave me a comment with the number of your link up. We can’t wait to see what you have to share this week! (If you missed last week’s party you can find it here To get the party started, let’s take a look at what I have been up to recently:
It’s beginning to look like “a farmhouse style Christmas” in my kitchen! It’s still a little early for me to have all of my Christmas decorating finished, but I am loving how things are coming along so far. Today I am sharing how I have been adding merry and bright farmhouse style Christmas touches in my kitchen, just in time for the Christmas Kitchens Tour hosted by Pink Peppermint Design. If you are visiting from Life on Cedar Lane or if you just happened to stop by today, I am so glad you are here!
Welcome dear friends! The Christmas season has officially arrived and it’s time to start creating a cozy Christmas around our homes! Today I am joining 10 creative bloggers for the Creating a Cozy Christmas blog hop hosted by Katie at Let’s Add Sprinkles. If you are coming over from Hyacinth for the Soul or if you just happened to stop by today, I am so happy you are here! For this hop I am sharing some of my favorite vintage Christmas vignettes from Christmases past.
Hello dear friends! Today I am sharing how to make some trendy DIY Nordic Christmas gnomes for the Thrifty Chicks’ November challenge: spools. I had originally planned to upcycle spools into Christmas ornaments, but after seeing all the adorable Christmas gnomes popping up everywhere, I decided to try to make a few using wooden spools for the bodies. I think they turned out so cute!