12.05.2014

Lovely Links

Happy weekend, y'all! I've been majorly under the weather this week - a cold has been kicking my butt since Sunday and I'm just now starting to feel more like a normal person again. No fun. But it's Friday, so that means it's time for some Lovely Links! I took a break for a few weeks due to the 12 Days of Handmade Ornaments series and Thanksgiving, so I'm excited to start again today. Since the Christmas season has begun, you'll be getting a heavy dose of holiday-themed goodness :).

Enjoy!

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1 | If you read yesterday's post, you saw that I participated in a Christmas traditions blog hop. I've had so much fun reading the other blogger's traditions each day - especially Rachel's Tree Trimming (Like A Saturday), Alexis's Advent Book Countdown (Persia Lou) and Amy's Spritz Cookies (Delineate Your Dwelling).  For a full list of the bloggers participating, head here.


2 | Sarah Dorsey is speaking my language with this cozy finds gift guide. Love all of her picks!


3 | We are still on the fence about whether to put up a real Christmas tree or not (just not much floor space in this house!), but I love this unique, flat idea. What do you think?


4 | These popsicle stick snowflakes are awesome and HUGE! They make a great statement piece for the walls this time of year.


5 | It doesn't take much to make your table look festive for the holidays! Use your regular china and add simple thing like rosemary sprigs, pinecones and wood slices to create something that "feels" like the season. Do you know what I mean? Here's a great example from Domestic Fashionista:


6 | And lastly, I know hand-lettered chalkboards have been around for several years now, but I still love them - especially for the holidays! This one is especially fun.


Happy weekend everyone!

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