Do you love homemade, home baked,
home grown and all things gathered?
Then please join us each week for…
I’m loving our weekly ‘homemade’ get-together and being
able to see everyone’s crafty projects, recipes and make-overs.
From this week through to Christmas, I invite you to link up both
new and old Christmas posts.
Don’t forget to PIN directly from the original source.
I’m pinning many of the shares to my Create, Bake, Grow & Gather board too.
This week on Shabby Art Boutique I shared Christmas in my craft room…
and how to make Christmas Pixies.
Now let’s take a look at some fabulous features from last week’s party!
How cute are Michele’s DIY vintage style ornaments at The Scrap Shoppe
Pop over to her blog to get the tutorial on how to make these!
I think this from Erin says it all “Salty and sweet come together for the most amazing gooey treat!” These Chocolate Caramel Cashew Clusters are simply made with just four ingredients, making them the perfect Christmas candy! Grab the recipe at Delightful E Made
Jessa made this sweet mini poinsettia hoop wreath ornament for a handmade ornament exchange and gives a full tutorial, including how to make the clay poinsettias on her blog Sparkle Living.
Claire made these handmade felt Christmas ornaments from an old felted white sweater.
Get the tutorial at Pillar Box Blue.
Anika shows us how to make this lovely light up Christmas Tree wall decor at Anika’s DIY Life
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So, now it’s time to link up your creative and DIY projects, home decor,
gorgeous gardens and fabulous recipes.
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Thank you so much for hosting again this week. You always do so much for bloggers! Have a relaxing week! I am off to see some posts.
Thank you Kerryanne for your 343rd Create, Bake, Grow and Gather Party, always appreciated.