Welcome to week #185 of Share Your Style!
This week, Kim from Serving Up Southern is your host.

Hi everyone! Kim here… are y’all ready to see the features from this week’s party?

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Before we get started, I want to encourage you to pay these talented bloggers a visit:
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I’m sure I can speak for all of us when I say we would love for you to follow us on our blogs and social media. It’s a great way to keep up with the latest and get to know us.

• Lynn: The Vintage Nest / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Google+

• Barbara: 21 Rosemary Lane / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Google+

• Carol: The Red Painted Cottage / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Instagram

• Kristin: White Arrows Home / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Instagram

• Barbara: French Ethereal / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Instagram

ME!: Serving Up Southern / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Instagram

• Meredith: Southbound / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Instagram

Recently, over at Serving Up Southern, I shared:

Holiday Stovetop Simmer: A Perfect Homemade Blend - Sliced oranges, cranberries, cinnamon, cloves, rosemary twig, and bay leave on a counter with a white pot in the background.

 Holiday Stovetop Simmer: A Perfect Homemade Blend

White Chocolate Cranberry Cookies on a pretty platter.White Chocolate Cranberry Cookies

Thank you to everyone that linked up to last weeks party! You gave me so many choices to choose from. It’s never easy picking just a few.

Here are a few of my favorites from last week:

I love the Christmas Table In Red that Anita over at Cedar Hill Farmhouse shared. She gives some great tips on preparing your table for holiday entertaining.

What about this DIY that Paula from Virginia Sweet Pea shared on making these Frosted Candles?  These would make a beautiful candle display for Christmas.

I love how Ashley shows us How To Make A Farmhouse Christmas Wreath over at Simply Designing. Seriously, how cute would this look gracing a door at Christmas? I love the simplicity of it.

Y’all! Be sure and go check out these adorable 5 Free Vintage Truck Christmas Printables from Krista over at The Happy Housie! These free printables are the cutest ever and will look great framed for the Christmas season.

Last, but certainly not least, Erin from Suburban Simplicity shares her Reindeer Chow Recipe. How yummy does this look for a festive holiday snack? I know it wouldn’t last long around my house.

Well, that wraps up the features for this week. Thanks again for your participation!

Congratulations to our featured bloggers. Please be sure and grab our Share Your Style button and share it on your blog.

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  1. Thank you so much for featuring my candles! I’m also a Virginia blogger! :)

    1. Sure thing, Paula! I hope to frost some candles this weekend. I figured out a while back that we really don’t live that far apart. We enjoy going to the lake, although, we didn’t get to go as much as we would have liked this past summer. ;)

  2. Love your features, Kim! I’ve linked up this week after a week or two of being off! ;-)

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