Hi everyone and welcome to Share Your Style party #182. Carol from The Red Painted Cottage is your host this evening
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Have you started planning for Thanksgiving and/or Christmas yet? I’m working on a few Christmas projects that need to get finished before I start decorating. Christmas will be here before we know it!
Even though I was smitten with all your creativity last week, here are a few features that caught my eye:
This post on Reasons To Visit Traverse City really caught my eye because I happen to live in Michigan! Yes, it can get quite cold and snowy in the winter, but the rest of the year is gorgeous, as The Kittchen shows you in her blog post. I’ve actually stayed at the same resort she stayed in and, if time permits, you really want to explore some of the surrounding small ports that are located on Lake Michigan and Little Traverse Bay.
Can you believe these gorgeous flowers came from the grocery store! Amber from Follow The Yellow Brick Home shows how she made these clearance flowers shine in her $1 vintage ironstone pitcher.
Pat, from French Country Style From The Foot Of The Rockies, shares her love of collecting old vintage clocks. You’ll want to take a peek at all the gorgeous clocks she’s accumulated. I was so drawn to this because Mr. Cottage has a fascination with clocks and they’re all over our house and cottage.
Have you ever tried painting any of your cabinets in your house? It’s not like painting furniture, because as you paint you think you’re never coming to the end of it. It goes on and on and on. Nicki from Sweet Parrish Place shares her white painted cabinets with us. She’s still working on the ORC (One Room Challenge), but once it’s finished she said she’ll be sharing her tutorial on this.
Delightful E Made has shared her recipe for all of us who might want to wow our friends and family with these pumpkin pie tarts for Thanksgiving. Even the whipped cream has something special added to it.
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