Celebrate Your Story! #105

Link Party

Thanksgiving has come and gone and now it is all Christmas for those of us who blog about home and holiday decor.  Have you put up a tree?  Decorated a fireplace?  How about your entry?  Is your home ready to welcome holiday guests?  I know I still have lots more to do to have my home holiday ready.  I am happy to be hosting another blog hop this week, featuring peeks into the holiday decor of several bloggers’ homes.  I hope you get a chance to visit them!

Featured Links from Last Week:

My first feature this week are these adorable DIY Vintage Style Baking Tin Ornaments from Katrin of kreativk.  You would never guess these tins were brand new, would you?  Sticking with the homemade ornament theme, my second feature this week are these Rustic Star Christmas Ornaments from Mary of The Boondocks Blog.  Don’t these have such a pretty rustic feel?

Sandra’s first feature is this lovely Hosting a Harvest Tea from Decor to Adore.  Laura’s lovely tables are beautiful and so creative.  You really should see them all!  Sandra’s second feature this week is this delightful Easy Hot Chocolate Station Ideas from Lolly Jane.  It is getting to be this time of year, isn’t it?

The most clicked link this week was a delight in Lindsey’s pictures and her story of “Why you won’t see my Christmas tree on this Christmas Home Tour” over at Repurpose and Upcycle!

Link Party Rules:

  • Follow your host blog.
  • Please include a link in your post back to the party.  You must include a link in your post back to the weekly link party in order to be featured.
  • No Etsy shop links or similar, please link to original content on your blog.
  • Visit at least two fellow Story Sharers and leave them some love on their post!
  • Please limit your shares to only 3 per week

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  1. hi Chloe! The holiday home hop is off to a great start this week and I have been busy with my elves all day 🙂 ! Thank you for this lovely Monday chance to share and for all the inspiration you share!

  2. Thanks for the party, Chloe! I’m way behind on Christmas decorating this year. I came down with a horrible cold the day after Thanksgiving, so it’s been slow going. I always start it the day after Thanksgiving and finish over the weekend. This year, I’m hoping to be finished by Dec 1. I can’t wait to see your lovely home all dressed up for Christmas.

    1. Thank you for coming to the party Beverly! I am trying to finish up and get all of my decor featured on the blog, too! Don’t work too hard, take some moments to enjoy the holiday!

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