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Welcome to my Christmas Decorating Tour. I have always had a love of Vintage Christmas decorating. It might be because I grew up at a time with the Christmas decorations were all from the 40s and 50s. It was about 20-40 years old then. But it is what I grew up with so it is written upon my Christmas soul.
At Grandma and Grandpa’s house on Christmas Eve, our imaginations would go wild. As we sat by the Christmas tree with twinkling lights and the train going around and around the tree. The train whistle would blow and some how smoke would blow out of the stack.
It was magical and wondrous. Grandpa would play Christmas carols on the piano, the turkey was cooking in the oven and the rolls were rising on the counter.
The vintage pieces that I am drawn to are chippy, worn and colorful. Everything from colorful to faded and torn with some glitter thrown it there too.
Welcome to another Inspiration Monday Party featuring Nine Christmas Tablescapes from last week’s party.
December is here and it’s time to deck the tables! I hope you are all getting ready for your family gatherings, dinners and this festive time of year. Do you like a causal or dressed up gathering? I think I like somewhere in-between. We like to dress up, but leave the atmosphere causal.
Now on to the party and the Nine Christmas Tablescapes…
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Would you like to learn How To Make an Embellished Snowflake Ornament with an “easy to follow” tutorial? Snowflakes are pretty on any styled Christmas tree. So let’s see what you will need…
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Hi everyone. Are you in the middle of decorating your home for Christmas? I keep thinking I am done, then I want to put out “just one more thing”. That’s what happened with this DIY Silver Christmas Tree.
Today, we’ve got a full dozen features for you…12 Homemade Ornament Projects linked up to last week’s party that are perfect for crafting and creating this season. Homemade ornaments are always the BEST ones!
- Be sure to mingle with other party guests.
- Link up all of your creative fun…including recipes, crafts, printables, DIY projects and other fabulous things you’ve been up to on YOUR blog.
- Please do not link Etsy stores, giveaways, or other link parties.
- By linking up to the Inspiration Monday Party you are giving the eight blogs, listed below, permission to feature your project and/or photos on our social media outlets and blogs.
Are you feeling inspired? We are, too!
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My DIY Copper Christmas Pots were as simple as can be. With some empty, clean tin cans and some spray paint, I was set to go.
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It has been really crazy around our home the past week. BUT, today, I am excited to show you my Tea Cup Decorated Christmas Tree.
The blue lover in me couldn’t resist making a Tea Cup Decorated Christmas Tree. AND, now it happens to be one of my favorite trees.
Before we get started on that…My fellow bloggers and I got together to share A Very Merry Christmas Home Tour for you THIS week. At the end of this post, you will have a chance to look through some beautiful home tours for this Christmas season.
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It is with much excitement that I join this year’s Home for the Holidays blog tour sponsored by Sondra Lyn at Home! This is the 3rd year for her HFTH tour, and we promise to bring some of the most awesome decor, craft and recipe ideas you’ll find anywhere. It has gotten bigger and better each year and I think you’re going to love what you see!