Happy Friday everyone! If you all recall, I am participating in the wonderful Blue Christmas Blog Hop along with Commona My House, The Happy Housie, Life on Virginia Street, Averie Lane, Maison de Pax and Sweet Dreams are Made of These. The theme is "Blue Christmas" incorporating blue items in your Christmas decor.
This year I am SO happy to be a part of the Christmas Party Tour of Homes. With 24 blogs involved in the tour, you will find SO much fabulous inspiration! These ladies are so incredibly talented you wouldn't believe it! Make sure to check out their tours once you've finished up here!!
Today I wanted to share a fun printable that can be used during the holidays or during other gift giving events as well. I designed these wood grain gift tags so they can be super versatile. If you pair them with holiday gift wrapping, they are very festive, but if you also want to use them for a birthday or party favor, that could work too!
As you can tell, I've really been in the Christmas spirit this year! I've also started to break into the Christmas crafts as well. Today I want to share my mini bunting that I created for a few of my antlers I have hanging around the house. Like most of my projects, this craft is super simple and super cheap. With an entire house to decorate, I'm all about that combination!
Last Friday I posted about my rustic Christmas tablescape and mentioned there were a ton of DIY's hidden throughout my post. Today I want to share my DIY $1 store chalkboard plates. Obviously these aren't the type of plates your going to eat your Christmas dinner off of, but they sure are purdy, aren't they!?
So are we all still recovering from our turkey hangover?? Thankfully I didn't over indulge this year, so I'm feeling pretty good! Now that Thanksgiving has passed, I am super excited to officially move on to Christmas. I've got a ton of Christmas posts coming your way that I just can't wait to share, starting with todays post; my Christmas tablescape.
So I know I've been posting a lot of Christmas posts over the past two weeks, but that doesn't mean I've forgotten about Thanksgiving! In fact, today I want to share a transitional piece that can easily move from Thanksgiving to Christmas.
Last Friday I posted about my DIY Christmas wreath and I also started working on my Christmas porch as well. I have really been getting into the Christmas spirit this year and have loved every second of the decorating process. I didn't plan on decorating my porch this early, but I just couldn't help myself! After I finished making my wreath, I got so excited, I just had to keep going.
With holiday parties quickly approaching, so is party planning. Today I wanted to provide a few free wine bottle labels for you guys to use over the holidays.
They are rather simple to use as well. First you will need to remove your label from your wine bottle. Soak it in soapy water for about 15 minutes. Then scrub off the soggy label with a brush. Some wine bottles are easier to take off and don't even require a soak. It just depends on the bottle!
Happy Friday everyone and welcome back to the second week of the Blue Christmas Blog Hop. Last week you might remember my DIY Scrapbook Ornaments and this week we are focusing on wreaths and wall decor. I had been looking forward to creating my Christmas wreath for quite some time now, so I can't wait for you guys to see what I came up with!
I know we all seem to be a bit distracted with Christmas right now, but what about Thanksgiving?? Are you having your entire family over next Thursday and you still don't know what your doing for your Thanksgiving decor? Don't worry my friends, I've found 10 stunningly beautiful tablescapes to inspire you.
For some reason I have this strange attraction to "beachy" items. Theres just something about the beach that gets me every time! I love the textures and casual feel of it all. Even when its not summer I tend to incorporate beach themed items into my home.