Saturday, November 25, 2017

Sundays at Home {Link Party}






We hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving!


Now, cue the Christmas music for the most wonderful time of the year! We look forward to seeing how you're enjoying, decorating, baking, gifting, and DIY'ing it up this holiday season.




But before we jump into this week's party, here's what Susan, Kristy, Kelly, Jennifer and I have been up to...
pretty oils pic gift



STRESS LESS HOLIDAY SHOPPING AND GIFTS * 2017 HOLIDAY DECOR INSPIRATION






Little Farmstead



DIY Gift Ideas {Farmhouse Inspired} * A Must-Read Before the Holidays




My favorites for the best Thanksgiving ever!, Thanksgiving Essentials from Celebrating Everyday Life


Thank you to each one of you who inspired us with your posts last week! Here are this week's features...



Katrin, author of Kreativ K, shares a DIY for these beautiful and rustic Farmhouse Style Baking Tin Ornaments . She includes a tip on how to age metal for that timeworn charm...



We love this DIY Vintage Wall Hanging from Sarah at She Holds Dearly. 
Make one for your own home, and a few more to give as gifts!



You had us at brie. Deb, over at Cooking on the Front Burner, shares a delicious and festive recipe for Brie Pepper Jelly Bites, perfect for holiday entertaining.


Congratulations to our featured bloggers!
We will be sharing your beautiful work on our Sundays at Home Pinterest board & on our FB pages and Instagram accounts throughout the week. Follow our board & pages to see.

So nice if you would follow us on Instagram 

Ready to show us what you have been up to? Well, then ~ Link up!! A link back is to one of our blogs is appreciated. Link up your own work, no ads, or giveaways. Linking gives us permission to share a credited photo on our social media accounts. Have fun & share! 


1 comment:

  1. Thank you Julie for Sundays At Home, always appreciated.
    Joy

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