Celebrate Your Story! #213

Celebrate Your Story! Link Party

Happy New Year, friends! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season with your families. I decided to take last week off due to my daughter being home from school and because I had some other commitments.

But now it’s back to business! I’m determined to make 2020 the year I finally get organized. To kick things off, I’ve taken on organizing my craft room for the $100 Room Challenge. I’m really looking forward to having an organized and attractive space to work on my sewing and craft projects.

$100 Room Challenge – Craft Room Organization Week #1

For this week’s party, there’s a little bit of everything. Let’s take a look!

Penny from Penny’s Vintage Home shared how she transitions her decor from Christmas to Winter. This little bird with the scarf is just too cute!

These chocolate chip cookie bars look so yummy! I love how Kippi from Kippi at Home baked them in a cake pan. The result is a bar cookie that looks (literally) like a piece of cake!

Although Lori from Dining Delight designed this tablescape for Christmas, I think it would work all Winter long. I’m loving those birch candleholders with the pinecones and greenery!

Annemarie from Annemarie’s Haakblog crocheted this darling mouse with the red striped sweater and scarf. She provides a link to the instructions on her blog. Now I need to learn how to crochet!

Mmmm…butter cheesecake? Yes, please! Stop on over to Treat and Trick to get Nora’s easy recipe.

Oh, how I love this vignette from Debra of Common Ground! A Cottage Ware tea set, a stack of Johnson Brothers Old British Castles plates, a burlap runner, a vintage crate and the plaid towel make my heart sing πŸ™‚

The most clicked link of the week is from Patrick of Adventures in Weseland. He took some lovely photos of the gingerbread house display at the Westin Hotel in San Francisco. I love the trains that circle the display and the snow on the roof!

Thank you to everyone for sharing, and congratulations to all of the featured bloggers!  I had so much fun reading your posts and discovering new to me blogs.  Don’t forget to link up your new posts to have a chance to be featured next week at Celebrate Your Story!

Now it’s time to link up!  It’s easy, just a few rules:

1. YOU CAN LINK UP 3 POSTS: HOME DECOR, TABLESCAPES, GARDENING, RECIPES AND MORE!
2. ETSY | AMAZON | LINK PARTIES ARE NOT ALLOWED AND WILL BE DELETED.
3. PLEASE VISIT YOUR FELLOW LINKUPS AND LEAVE THEM A COMMENT. DON’T LINK AND RUN!
4. YOU ARE GRANTING US PERMISSION TO USE PHOTO(S) ON SOCIAL MEDIA FOR PROMOTIONAL PURPOSES.

Also, please pin from the original source.  Thank you!

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18 Comments

  1. Glad to be back with you Rebecca! I hope you and your family had a fabulous holiday season and a happy new year. Thanks so much for hosting. Hugs, CoCo

  2. Thank you Rebecca, and Happy New Year! It is wonderful to take a break now and then, and come back refreshed!

  3. Thanks for the party, Rebecca. I hope your new year is off to a great start. Getting organized is always at the top of things to do in January! Good luck with the challenge!

    1. I hope you’re having a good start to the new year too, Beverly. The craft room will definitely be a challenge, especially on a $100 budget, but I’m so ready to finally get it organized. Thanks for coming to the party!

  4. Rebecca, Happy New Year! Happy to see the party resuming here at Zucchini Sisters. I’m so happy to wrap up 2019 with the personal success of downsizing, and looking forward to a fun 2020.

    1. It sure was a busy year for you, Rita. Congrats on all of your accomplishments! I’m looking forward to this year, too. Thanks for your support of this party, my friend. Happy New Year!

  5. Oh wow, thanks for the feature that is so very cool. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week. Happy New Year to you and your family.

    1. You’re welcome, Patrick! Those gingerbread houses were amazing…it must’ve been fun to see them in person. Thanks for sharing and Happy New Year πŸ™‚

  6. So thrilled to see my Country Christmas Tablescape featured at your lovely party! You are right, the birch candleholders make it so it would work for all winter too. Thank you very much for highlighting it and for hosting each week. Happy New Year!

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