Hi and welcome back to The Scoop! It's been a busy week here with some unusually cold temperatures to put me in the mood for Christmas crafts! So while the Thanksgiving preparations have been going on, I have been sandwiching in some little projects for this year's Christmas décor!
First, is a super easy no-sew Pottery Barn inspired project with a "Deck the Halls" theme...my FA LA LA LA pillow!
And then, concentrating more on my vintage frenchy theme for this year, I created some Christmas candles using vintage French sheet music. You can see how I did it here.
And now...I want to see what you have been doing, so let's get this party started!
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Anita from Cedar Hill Farmhouse
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Hello and welcome to the Scoop! I have so much baking and cooking to do, I don't know why I am here! Oh wait, I'm here because I love visiting with you! I sure hope you enjoy this party as much as we do and that you get lots of inspiration each week. I know I enjoy seeing these fabulous blogs every week.
As for Cedar Hill Farmhouse, if you want to see how a room evolves over time, I have a treat for you. I have basically time-lapse photography showing how this room below has evolved over 4 years time. Don't feel that you have to make your room look perfect in a week. It's okay to take your time. I certainly did. I think that over that time, I changed out every single thing that was in my dining room, except for the painting on the wall! Here it is...DINING ROOM FINAL REVEAL
But enough about me...here are the features that caught my eye this week!
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