Celebrate Your Story! Link Party
Welcome friends! Have you created any Christmas content yet? I’ve actually published two Christmas DIY’s already this year. Next week, I’ll be doing a Christmas cookie post, too. It still feels weird sometimes to be thinking about Christmas this early, but that’s just how it is for us in this industry (#bloggerlife). I have noticed that my Christmas pins are getting some attention, so I need to make new pins for my older holiday content and get them out there asap. I’d love to hear what you’ve all been up to as we enter our busy season!
Now, let’s start the party 🙂
Check out this fireplace makeover from Hannah of Handmade Weekly. Not only did she paint the mantel, but she updated the decor and gave it a hip new modern vibe. I love how it’s uncluttered yet makes a big impact!
I’ve always loved the simple look of brown kraft paper…I like to use it for table runners or as gift wrapping. CoCo from The Crowned Goat shared another great use – a fall sign! Her easy sign making technique doesn’t require a Cricut machine, either.
One of my favorite things about Fall are the pumpkin and apple recipes. This Pumpkin Upside Down Cake from Niky of The House on Silverado is so unique! It features a bourbon caramel sauce and pecans. Yum!
While we’re talking about pumpkins, look at this festive pumpkin themed tablescape designed by Beth from Whispers of the Heart. I love the pops of orange and green together. And those pumpkin shaped plates are fabulous!
Who wouldn’t love to receive a beautiful card like this? Linda from Paper Seedlings created this lovely three dimensional leaf card. I love the colors of the falling leaves and the leaf stencils underneath!
Debbie from Debbie-Dabble Blog shared how she’s been decorating her home for Fall. She crafted these cute pumpkins from rolls of twine and used them to decorate the top of her hutch. Of course, I love the creative use of the Scrabble tiles!
The most clicked link of the week is from Leslie of Feet Under My Table. She shared a very informative post on how to harvest, dry and store herbs from the garden. I’m sure the quality is much better than store bought dried herbs! They make great holiday and hostess gifts, too.
If you’ve been featured this week or any other time at CYS, please feel free to grab a button to post on your blog!
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: