Thursday, November 29

Beautiful Christmas DIY Inspiration on This Week's TFT party!

Welcome! I'm so glad to have you all back for our Thursday Favorite Things party. I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Well, friends, the time has come...We are officially in The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, in my humble opinion. :) I'm so excited for everything Christmas! Can you believe in just a couple of days we will already be in December?! I've started my baking and am just beginning to start decorating. I'm so excited to see many of you share my love of all things DIY for Christmas as well. There is some awesome inspiration here.

 So, before I get onto the features let me share my sweet little  Christmas Wreath from a couple years ago, even though I do still make my wreaths every year from the trimming I get from the Christmas tree lot or farm! Here is my post so you, too, can
Carrie from Curly Crafty Mom created these adorable Mason Jar Christmas Tree Ornaments. I just love them. Now, if I just could win a Silhouette
Julie from Home On the Hill DIY Faux Aged Metal Christmas Bells are just adorable. You definitely need to click over and see the "before" on this one, you won't believe it!  
Then, Kippi at Home came along with this wonderful Hot Cocoa Bar! I'm thinking I'm going to make myself one of these this year. It just looks too yummy to pass up.
BonBon from Farmhouse 40 shared her How to Make a Fresh Cut Cedar Garland. Just beautiful. I wish I had her green stems to work with. So perfect.
Lina from Sew Historically does a little wreath making of her own with her Old-Fashioned Christmas Wreath From Scratch. It is truly adorable and Lina speaks my kind of decorating language,
Michele from Hello Lovely share 10 Holiday Hints to Save Your Sanity This Christmas and they are all wonderful. This is one you are definitely going to want to check out!
That's it for me this week.
Thank you all for sharing and making this party as awesome as it is. Wonderful final days of November wishes to you all.
Many Blessings,
This is us!
Angelina- Petite Haus



14 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for hosting each week!!
    My link ups for this week are #86, 87 and 88!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  2. Theresa - thank you so much for the feature and for your kindness in sharing the post. I'm so grateful. I'm partying with you today at #74 - and it's sort of a tender piece to encourage those who are prone to despair during the holidays. In a small way, I want to honor them and also offer help in small ways. I want that cedar garland featured - I LOVE those smells! So much lovely inspiration to soak up today and just what I needed. Thank you for hosting and for your time and talents! xox

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    1. Awe, Michele the feature was my pleasure and thank you for your kind words. I love your thoughtful and caring post, linked up this week, while not usual, this is a particularly difficult Christmas at my house this year, so from my heart thank you.
      Blessings,
      Theresa xo

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  3. Gorgeous features, Theresa... love those ornaments that Carrie made! I'm at 113 and 114 this weekend, offering FOUR new Christmas printables! ;-)

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    1. Yay, Julie! I'm so excited to see what you shared! Yes, I loved those ornaments too! happy December!

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  4. Thank you for hosting the party. I hope that you had an enjoyable Thanksgiving. Our posts this week are: #150, #151, and #152.

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    1. Thank you, Amy, it was wonderful, I hope you had a great Thanksgiving too! I've already shifted into Christmas! Thank you for sharing. I'm off to pin!

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  5. Thank you for hosting. I love sharing with your readers and always find inspiration here. Have a blessed week! #OverTheMoon #ThursdayFavoriteThings

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    1. Thank you so much, Marilyn! Wishing you a Blessed December.<3

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  6. Hi Theresa,

    Thank you for the feature of my Christmas bells! I have just hung them near the front door of my farmhouse and they really suit the vintage style I love.

    I have joined you again this week at #225 with my conversion of my old wide Christmas tree to a super slim tree decked out in pastels for my family room! I only wish trimming down after all the Christmas treats was as easy!! :)

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    1. LOL, Boy can I relate to your last line. Trimming the tree is so much easier! I loved your bells and was thrilled to feature them, I'm sure they're stunning wherever you chose to hand them. Happy December! :)

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  7. Thanks for the party, Theresa. Hope you have a fabulous weekend.

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    1. Thank you so much, Beverly for your kind words and well wishes every single week. More appreciated than I can tell you. I love your little "candy dish" and I pinned away! Happy December.

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