Happy Weekend! I hope that you are having a glorious one. It’s hard to believe, but there are only 3 more weekends left in 2015. How is that even possible?! If someone could hit the slow-mo button on life for me, that would be so great.
One of the things I’m quickly learning from hosting the Celebrate Your Story! Link Party is that each week is an opportunity to be inspired to try something new. My favorite crafts that bloggers recently shared are ones that I have been interested in trying, but haven’t made the time to do so. Their great tutorials make me want to push “Pause” and make something of my own.
Most of what I’ve done with yarn has been in the form of knitting. However, I’ve been wanting to do a yarn wrap project and Dawn’s wreath looks super easy. I love a neutral palette for the holidays and this wreath can stick around past December.
Gold leaf always adds a fun texture to any project, but I haven’t found just the right one to try it out with yet. These glasses are so festive and can be enjoyed from Christmas into New Years. They might just be the one.
Cinnamon and Chocolate are a delicious combination and these sandwich cookies are just so cute! Plus Sandra has a thrifty tip for scoring inexpensive milk bottles. Be sure to check out her post.
Now it’s your turn to join the party. Show us what you’ve been up to this week.
Here are the details to join in on the Celebrate Your Story! Link Party:
- Follow the host blog.
- If you are participating in Celebrate Your Story!, please be sure to add your permalink, and not your general blog address.
- Do not add your post name/blog name IN ALL CAPS.
- Please include a link in your post back to the party.
- No Etsy shop links or similar, please link to original content on your blog.
- Visit fellow Story Sharers and leave them some love on their post!
Please note: by joining the Celebrate Your Story! Link Party you are giving your hosts permission to share your content on their site and social media platforms. Any photos used will be appropriately credited with links directing readers to your site.
Looking forward to seeing all of your creative ideas!