This is the place we come to each week to share all that is
‘Shabbilicious’ and ‘Christmas’ too.
This includes anything pretty like romantic cottage, farmhouse, shabby chic transformations, decorating & DIY, room reveals, vintage finds, French inspired loveliness, yummy recipes and Christmas too. . . or anything else that will make our shabby hearts sing!
Here’s a little of what’s been happening this week with Simply Christmas…
1. A tutorial for my Christmas Township Candle Jar
2. Quick and easy Tea Towel Apron with applique
3. Guest Post – Sweetly Shabby Christmas Stocking
4. How to create a themed Christmas
There was lots of shabilicious and Christmas inspiration from
last weeks party to be enjoyed.
Here are a few of my favourites… (they seem to follow a theme).
Beautiful handmade angels by Maelchen
A lovely book page wreath by Deborah at Green Willow Pond
More beautiful handmades, this time from Susan at Evelyn and Rose.
These are all going off to be sold at a Vintage Bazaar.
I really liked the simplicity of the rosehips is this fall vignette from Elizabeth at Just Following Jesus. Sometimes we over decorate… when keeping it simple can be just perfect.
Thank you to everyone who linked up last week.
Please feel free to grab a ‘Feature’ button if you were featured today.
If you are new here at the party, let’s stay in contact.
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Now it is your turn to show us what you’ve been up to this week.
Please remember, this is a party for all things. . .
‘shabbilicious & Christmas’
I’d appreciate it if you linked back to the party please, so others can join us too…
And be sure to share the love and visit some of the other gorgeous links.
Julie @ Restyle Relove says
Hi Kerryanne, I’m excited to be joining your party this week! Thanks for hosting. 🙂 Julie
Donna Wilkes says
I have decided just to decorate with photos of these creative projects from talented people :>))) Thanks for hosting.
Monika Bourderioux says
Bonsoir Kerryanne! Thanks for hosting this great party. Today I am sharing with you my first Christmas gift, pink pillow with vintage fan. Love this period “waiting for Christmas”!
Diane | An Extraordinary Day says
The features this week are pure sweetness. But, I especially love Deborah’s. Her wreath is so lovely with the cotton bolls.
All the best Kerryanne for an extraordinary end to your week! 😉
Oh my, Kerryanne…. What a surprize!!! I am soooo happy that you found my Christmas angel worth featuring on your blog! This makes my day! Thank you sooooo much for this appreciation. I have grown by several feet so proud am I!
But it is you who gave me the oportunity to show my handmades.. Thank you very much for this!
Happy greetings from Manu
Hello Kerryanne! Wonderful features – I’m so glad to be joining you this week! I do appreciate you hosting,
Thank you so much for featuring my wreath Kerryanne! Especially considering how gorgeous all the other features are! Have a wonderful week!
So glad to be sharing with you this week, Kerryanne. Thank you so much for hosting.
These are all exciting and beautiful features! Makes me so excited for Christmas. Thanks so much for gathering up so much beauty in one place, Kerryanne!
Lovely features! I love all the paper projects. And the rosehips do look so pretty in the white pitcher.
Elizabeth Stewart says
Thank you so much for featuring my post about decorating with rose hips and other natural berries. You are such a kind encouragement to me!
Jan Garon says
Such great features Kerryanne! Thanks for hosting another great party.
Janice @Curtainsinmytree says
Gosh I just love the Christmas decorating season
all the feature photos are wonderful, love that paper tree with the little girl
Thanks so much for the party Kerryanne! Have a great weekend!
Monika Bourderioux says
This time sharing your shabbilicious Christmas Planner. I hope you’ve recognized it 🙂 By the way I find it very clever organized it, thanks