Thanks for stopping by today. I am excited to share a few of my simple Christmas Decorating Ideas. I tend to lean towards sentimental Christmas decor. Things that have been handed down from one generation to the next.
With simple Christmas Decorating Ideas, you can create family traditions for years to come. Vintage ornaments, blankets & collections make memories for all ages.
Today I thought it would be fun to teach you How To Create a Christmas Tablescape. This can be as simple or as detailed as you want. This time I chose to use part of my husband’s snow globe collection as the focus. And yet, at the same time adding a few other sentimental Christmas decorating pieces for added interest.
Welcome back to another Inspiration Monday Party! We are so glad you are joining us today as we feature Five Christmas Craft Ideas.
I hope each of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving filled with memories to last a lifetime and those you love. We spent the time with nine of our grandbabies, 3 of our children and their spouses. Our family gatherings are always filled with food, laughter, games, laughter and more food.
Now, that everyone has gone home, Christmas decorating has begun. We will have a large tree in our living room, a medium tree in the office and a tiny tree in our bedroom. I am almost done, except for the medium tree. That will be a fresh-cut tree, so I am waiting until it is delivered sometime this week.
Now…Let’s get on to the party and Five Christmas Craft Ideas.
This weeks Five Christmas Craft Ideas features were picked by Debbie from Refresh Restyle.
If you are looking for a simple and easy Christmas craft, try making a DIY Glittery Christmas Cottage.
This is SO easy and yet adds a beautiful look tor your Christmas and Holiday vignettes. I think I could/will even keep my DIY Glittery Christmas Cottage out through Winter.
I am excited to be a part of the Creative Christmas Link Party today. I belong to a Blogging 50 Tribe. Each of us are sharing a creative Christmas post today. I thought it would a great time to show you How To Make a Christmas Ornament Centerpiece.
Today’s Creative Christmas Link Party is hosted by Janet from Shabbyfufu. I have admired her style for years now. AND, you can see why, right?
Welcome back to another Inspiration Monday party, we are so glad you are joining us today! It’s All About Turkey Recipes today.
Thanks for joining us each week for the Inspiration Monday Party. We love having you here and being inspired by your creativity and talent.
We are spending the Thanksgiving here in town. Our family is coming up for some great food, football, seeing Christmas lights and spending time to be grateful. Do you have special family traditions at Thanksgiving?
This year has been a little rough for our family, as we lost my FIL and my seizures have come back full force. Yet, we have so many things to be grateful for. LIKE…a new grandbaby coming our way in a few months. There is always something to be thankful for, isn’t there?
Today’s features are All About Turkey Recipes were chosen by Jamie from Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom!
Oh, my goodness. I bought the components for an embroidery hoop wreath at least 3 months ago. I think it is about time I show you How To Make An Embroidery Hoop Wreath, don’t you?
I was down in California watching some of the grandkiddos after a new grandbaby was born. My son and daughter-in-law insisted that I take a break. I already knew what I wanted to do. Head to Hobby Lobby and get some inspiration.
Happy Sunday and welcome to the Inspiration Monday Party. Looking through lasts week’s party I was inspired by each of your links. Everything from recipes, crafts, home decor and Holiday ideas caught my eye. And, I found lots of Green and White Holiday Ideas for this week’s features.
The Green and White Holiday Ideas were chosen by Meegan from What Meegan Makes.
I have started filling our home with Christmas decorations. It is never too soon to think about styling your home for Christmas visitors, parties or entertaining. My Farmhouse Christmas Buying Guide is a great place to start.
If you like vintage, cottage, antique or farmhouse style, this is just for you.