05 December 2019

10 Awesome Christmas DIYs For You and Your Family

Good morning friends! Happy Thursday! I pray you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday with your family and friends near.
Mine was busy but very satisfying.
I was able to decorate and unveil my church's Christmas stage last Sunday and I think it is safe to say it was a huge success. I can't wait to share the images and How to's with you in the very near future!
So, what's up today?! It's rainy and wonderful here today! So you can understand why I was excited to share all your Christmas DIYS from our last party! Thank you and congratulations!
Carrie from Curly Crafty Mom's DIY Farmhouse Mini Rolling Pins are adorable and she made some festive Christmas Color ones too!

Michele from Hello Lovely shared one of my favorite things to do with her post "Smells Like Christmas!" She's even got a few wonderful scents I haven't tried!! Be sure to try this in your house this Winter!! You will be so happy to walk into your home when you have a pot like this on your stove!
Mary Beth at a Southern Inspired Life shared her fun and oh so Christmassy The Best Christmas Pillows Ever!
Deedee from Our Clover House's Farmhouse Christmas Bedroom
Debbie from Debbie Dabbles Christmas Blog shares her beautiful Wreath Redo
Don't you just love making your own wreaths?! Such a great and festive form of Holiday expression! Nicely done!
Rachelle from My Hubbard Home got really creative with her DIY Christmas Silent Night Wood Art! Wouldn't you like to make one of your own?!
Crissy from First Day of Home reminded us 
How to Make Christmas Salt Sough Ornaments with Your Kids!! Perfect timing for fun days with your kids on Christmas break!
Pam from Everyday Living's Christmas Plans: New Ideas For Old Traditions has some beautiful vignettes and decor to spruce up your home for the Holidays!
Maria from the Krafty Planner has a wonderful post on how to manage the Holidays with her insightful writing "9 Ways to Plan a Less Stressful Christmas" I think just about all of us can benefit fro this advice.
Carol from Comfort Spring has some beautiful free printables and great ideas on How you and your family can share Family Advent Activities together. Great ideas for you and your family, especially if your kids are home on Christmas vacation and you are looking for positive ways to help your family prepare for Christmas.
Please join Katherine and I and all our wonderful hostesses for this Thursday Favorite Things party! So much wonderful inspiration! I can't wait to see what you will be sharing this week! Please check out all your hostesses! Katherine-Katherines CornerMarilyn-Marilyns Treats,

Thank you so much for stopping by and joining me this week! I hope you'll come back again!
Many Blessings to you all,
Theresa
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6 comments:

  1. Theresa,
    Thanks so much for featuring my post!! I gave you a Shout Out on face book and will do so in my next post!! Thanks too for hosting!! My Link Ups are #16,18 and 21!!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  2. Thanks for hosting each week, Theresa! I've joined the party at #29.

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  3. Wow - what a lot of great DIY's! Thanks for corralling them all into one place for us Theresa - I so appreciate you hosting! 💗 I'm linked up at #s 70, 71, & 76 today. Happy Thursday!

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  4. Thank you so much for featuring my citrus simmer! It's always simmering away beautifully this time of year, and it is the smell of home to us! So happy to hear your decorating at church was a success - looking forward to seeing the fruits of your labor. :) I'm sharing holiday inspiration at #92, 94, and 95 and hope you discover some magic inside those ditties. Thanks so much for the opportunity to share and for taking the time to host TFT considering all the things going on! I am doing my best to keep my calm and keep my eyes fixed on the reason for the season: that PRINCE who came to show us how to be a light. Wishing you joy on this Thursday. xox

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  5. Thank you for hosting! This is what I featured the week of 11-25 to 11-29 on my blog. On Tuesday morning were Christmas Almond Balls. Wednesday was a Red Velvet Oreo Trifle. And wrapping up the first week of Christmas baking is a Marilyns Treats original. My Death by Peanut Butter and Chocolate Trifle. Enjoy!

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  6. Thank you for hosting the link party. We appreciate you. Our links this week are: #186, #187, & #188.

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