Christmas on Pinterest! It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for food, crafts, decorations or fashion … Pinterest has it all. Traditional? Trendy? Yup! It’s there for the pinning!
(Photo Credit: Good Housekeeping)
Are you looking for decorations that are easy yet festive? How about the Candy Cane Pane from Good Housekeeping? The kids and grandkids can even help!
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I am more than a little bit obsessed with the sea. Especially the little delights it leaves behind in the glistening sand. The Shell Ornaments from Shari at the Beach Grass Cottage are oh so feeding my obsession. I’m over the moon for her Etsy shop and all of her delightful beachy creations.
(Photo Credit: Linen and Lace)
I like to refer to myself as country distressed. I love rustic handmade items that have sen more than their share of wear, weathering or sand paper. The Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas wooden plaque from the Linen and Lace Etsy shop is right up my alley. Country and distressed.
One of our Christmas traditions is making and decorating our favorite sugar cookies. Our grandchildren love the mixing of dough, the cutting of the shapes and of course … the icing and sprinkles. We make sugar cookies for holidays year round!
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I have always wanted to make Christmas luminaries out of paper bags. I love the warm inviting atmosphere they give the front of houses during the holidays. You can make these luminaries from Better Homes and Gardens with paper bags, sand and tea candles. Have you ever made them before?
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Ho! Ho! Ho! Do you dress up or go casual for the holidays? I love to dress up and I’m loving the chiffon Red Polka Dot Skirt from Shabby Apple. I would pair this with a dressy top or even a cashmere sweater. I think it would fabulous year round too!
Adorable, practical and fun. That what Somewhat Simple‘s Kid’s Christmas Wish List is. I’m having the kids and grandkids fill it out. The list covers all the basics with a whole lot of fun thrown in for good measure!
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Christmas decorations that are used year after year can create family traditions. Family traditions that children can carry on with generation after generation. The Reusable Advent Calendar from Kim at Design Mom is a wonderful Christmas tradition that is perfect for any home. I’m in love with the idea!
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The Literary Inspired Advent Calendar from Most Lovely Things is a bit of a different take on a reusable advent calendar tradition. Instead of placing the calendar on a mantle, attach the calendar pieces to a mirror.
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Don’t you just love getting homemade goodies? We do! And we love gifting treats from our kitchen too. Chloe from It’s Written On The Wall has an awesome variety of Christmas Neighbor Gifts Tags that you can print out for your own homemade yummies.
So … what are some of your favorite Christmas pins this week?
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