Season’s Greetings! Today I am sharing a few of the wreaths, swags and other types of door decor I have created this holiday season. I love making wreaths year round, but Christmas and winter wreaths are my favorites! This year I have been busy making several different styles of unique wreaths and swags that I have sold online through Instagram, Facebook, and my Etsy shop. In this post I will be showing you a few of my favorite and most popular styles.
BobtailNag is a beautiful horse head custom wreath which is gorgeous for Christmas but works well for winter too (especially for us Kentuckians!) with a simple mix of Douglas fir, scotch pine, and cedar. It is my most popular wreath style and it is truly stunning and unique. Read more
Hello and welcome to the Home For Christmas Blogger’s Link Party! My co-host Debra from Common Ground and I are so glad you are joining us! From now through Dec. 26th you can link up your favorite Christmas posts and holiday home tours! We can’t wait to see what you’ve been up to! Later this week we will both be featuring some of our favorite posts from the party so be sure to check back again or subscribe by email so you don’t miss out on all the holiday fun and inspiration! Read more
Let’s hear it for Mrs. Claus (and Miss Claus, and Ms. Claus)! When it comes to Christmas let’s face it…Santa gets all the kudos, and cookies! We all know that Mrs. Claus is responsible behind the scenes for a successful Christmas each year, and she does a whole lot more than just bake cookies all day! She is a true unsung heroine of Christmas! After working on this post I have a whole new appreciation for Mrs. Claus, and I have decided that I simply must add more vintage Mrs. Clauses to my Christmas hoards collections!
Hello dear readers! I can’t believe a whole week has passed since I posted my Holiday Music Room Tour as part of It’s A Wonderful House Christmas home tours with 20 bloggers! After taking the tour I was inspired to do a little “round up” featuring my favorite photos and highlights from the tour. If you didn’t get a chance to take the tour, all the links are still live so you can visit any time.