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    Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop

    Welcome to the Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop!  We appreciate you stopping by each week and participating in the blog hop.  Before we start our main event, let’s take a look at our features from last week’s party! Top Viewed My Favorites of 2020 100 of the Very Best Soup Recipes Very Popular Healthy Weekly Meal Plan 10+ Ways to Stay Healthy and Save Money Editor’s Pick Caprese Quiche with a Delicious Homemade Crust And, now, let’s get this party started! We would love it if you would invite your followers to join us. When you do, remember to use the hashtag #WWBlogHop!                 …

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    French Vintage Friday – winter mantel

    Happy Friday, friends!!! I hope you’re all having a good week! It’s Friday, which is always exciting! Today, for French Vintage Friday, Tara and I are each sharing how we have decorated our mantels for winter. After taking all the Christmas decorations down, everything feels so empty and sad. It’s fun to add a few winter touches to keep things feeling fresh and happy! A faux cedar garland, fresh eucalyptus, and a few flocked pinecones for this easy winter look. I like to look to nature for my seasonal decor, winter green and pinecones for these winter months! Let’s hop over to Tara’s blog to see her winter mantel. Simply…

  • DIY,  home decor,  seasonal decor

    Hanging wintery branch

    Happy Thursday, friends!! Today, Tara and I, are each sharing a simple winter decor idea. For my winter decor idea, I created a magical wintery scene above my bed, using a branch that I found outside, fairy lights, command strips, and a few other sparkly details. I started with this branch that I found outside, blown from a tree in a wind storm. I was going to hang it from my ceiling, but decided to save time and tuck it behind my headboard. I added fairy lights, glittery stars, gold glass pinecones, and some faux poinsettias. I used both plug-in lights and battery powered lights. For the battery powered lights,…

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    Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop

      Welcome to the Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop!  Hope the beginning of 2021 is off to a great start.  We appreciate you stopping by each week and participating in the blog hop.  Before we start our main event, let’s take a look at our features from last week’s party! Top Viewed Winter Kitchen and Happy New Year Very Popular Merry Christmas 2020 Twas the Night Before Christmas Home Tour 8 Useful Skills Our Grandmothers Knew Editor’s Pick Bourbon Bacon Jam And, now, let’s get this party started! We would love it if you would invite your followers to join us. When you do, remember to use the hashtag #WWBlogHop!   …

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    A look back at 2020

    Happy Tuesday, sweet friends! While 2020 was definitely a tough year, it was also a beautiful year, full of wonderful experiences! With COVID-19 lockdowns, I was able to spend some quality time with my sweet boys and husband, and was also able to do a few extra projects. It was a moment to slow down, and just be. While my experience in 2020 wasn’t too bad, I know that so many people were deeply impacted by the COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions, which completely breaks my heart! I’m hopeful for a wonderful year for everyone, a year to get back to normal living. Today, I want to take a quick look…

  • DIY,  home decor

    New Year, new projects

    Happy New Year, friends!!! 2020 was a year like I have never experienced before, with both amazing and hard experiences. I’m eager to start 2021, full of endless possibilities! There is a feeling of excitement in the air! I want to take a look back at all the amazing things that happened in 2020, but first, today, Tara and I are going to each share a list of five projects that we hope to accomplish this year. I want to quickly revisit the list of five projects that I posted almost a year ago, most of which are still unfinished. Hopefully this year I’ll do better at finishing my list…

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