Welcome to our Eighty-Fourth Sweet Inspiration Link Party.
I just had the most filling Thanksgiving! The turkey came out great, we also had stuffing and pumpkin pie, along with way too much of other side dishes. I think we will be continuing today. I hope you all have a great weekend and be careful of those shoppers!
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The party starts on Fridays 11am EST or 4 pm GMT and runs until Tuesday. By joining us every week you will be able to grow your blog and gather inspiration from so many others who link up to our party. We hope you will join us every week to share and inspire with your projects and creations.
We will be visiting all of you who link up with us and sharing, pinning all that good stuff. We really do appreciate your visits.
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Do you know how to flock a Christmas wreath? If not go to twelveOeight blog to see how Tanya did it! I will definitely try it on my Christmas tree :)
I love these Christmas gift tags Tania from Little Vintage Cottage created from vintage greeting cards and bits of fabric trim! You can see the whole tutorial on how she did it, and a source for vintage cards in order to make your own.
After recently hosting a harvest tea for friends, Laura from Decor To Adore walks us through how we can do the same. Everything from the decor to the china to the various savories (with recipe links) and sweets she served are included. All of the photos she shared made me long to be included in her next soiree!
I love the way that Debra from Shoppe No.5 transformed a rough, boring plank into this stunner. Doesn't it just stop you in your tracks and make you wanna say "WOW"?
Sheri of Hazel and Gold Designs made her own advent calendar using pieces of wood and hooks. And wow is it awesome. The beauty of it is that you can customize it any way you want.
I believe this lady Jas, of All that's Jas is an artist but she works with flour and cheese instead of paint. Just look at this yummy? Who can possibly resist it? This is why it was the most popular for this week.
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I'm Mary and I recently moved to New York from beautiful Greece. I like to re-purpose and up-cycle anything that is old or looks like junk. Join me as we use our creativity to spark some life into old things. And do it frugally! You will also see lots of photography of my Greece and New York.
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