What a fabulous time of the year!
Have you been following along with Simply Christmas this week?
Did you miss how to make a…
Hand Painted Wreath Sugar Cookies,
& Jamie’s Best Butter Tart Recipe
Throughout the ‘Simply Christmas’ event you are welcome to
also link up Christmas themed projects each Friday. . .
and Christmas link ups don’t have to be shabbilicious!
This is the place we come to each week to share all that is
This includes anything pretty like romantic cottage, farmhouse, shabby chic transformations, decorating & DIY, room reveals, vintage finds, French inspired loveliness, yummy recipes . . . or anything else that will make our shabby hearts sing!
Thank you to everyone who linked up last week. Honestly, every link was so wonderful and festive…. which made it sooooo hard to choose features!
Here’s just a few of my favourites….
Total cupboard gorgeousness at Cabin and Cottage
There’s a pretty mantel at For the Love of White
Beautiful ‘shabbiliciousness’ at Bella’s Rose Cottage
and a lovely vintage book wreath at Follow Me Fiona
With all this creativity around, I think I had better pop back over the weekend with more features. They are simply too good to miss!
Thank you to all who linked up this week. I truly did love each and everyone of your links and projects. Unfortunately, I struggle to find enough time to comment on all of them, but please know I do visit everyone throughout the 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. My follow options are on the sidebar and I’d love to follow you too.
Now it is your turn to show us what you’ve been up to this week.
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.
Oh… and one more thing…
Make sure you visit Shabby Art Boutique on Monday 16th.
I’m giving away 100 gifts!
Great features Kerryanne, and I loved seeing my photo of ornaments in your previous post. Happy decorating!
I enjoyed your Christmas room so much Susan and it was perfect for my white Christmas home round-up.
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love those sugar cookies that look like wreaths, how sweet! thanks for hosting, Kerryanne!
Thanks Debra. The Christmas cookies were fun to make. I appreciate you coming over to party today.
Hugs – Kerryanne
Thanks for hosting, Kerryanne. Great festive inspiration.
Thanks for joining in the festive fun Rosemary.
Merry Christmas xx
Diane | An Extraordinary Day says
I love all that is book page and vintage. Today’s featured book page wreath seems to be a slightly different take off from one I created a few years ago. Maybe it’s time to have some more fun for winter.
May your Advent be filled with wonder and awe, Kerryanne. 🙂
Like you Diane, I will never tire of beautiful book page projects.
Merry Christmas xx
Donna Wilkes says
Such beautiful creations for Christmas. Thank you for hosting.
I feel so inspired by all the amazing ceativity that gets shared here each week Donna. Thank you for being a part of that.
Hugs – Kerryanne
must love junk says
Kerryanne, thanks for hosting this great party! 🙂
Thank you for coming along to join in the fun Susan. I always love seeing beautiful things from your home.
lynn at shabby story says
thanks for hosting us, and have a great weekend, kerryanne!
Thank you Lynn. Hope your days are very festive.
Thank you so much Kerryanne! It’s an honor to be featured at your beautiful party! So much gorgeous here. I love all our shabby friends! Thanks for bringing us together!
Awww… thanks Jacqueline. We do have a pretty amazing community of shabby friends. I’m so grateful for everyone that comes to party on Shabbilicious Friday.
Hugs – Kerryanne xx
Thanks for hosting another great party! Can’t wait for the giveaway!
Jamie @ somuchbetterwithage.com
Thanks Jamie. I love giving away gifts. I’m looking forward to Monday too.
Kathleen @ faded charm says
Wonderful features today, Kerryanne. I can relate to your previous post about not even knowing what day it is. I just can’t believe how long it is taking me to finish my decorating this year. It just seems to be one setback after another. I’m finally almost done decorating , but now after over a week of below freezing temps during the day they are calling for 100 percent chance of rain and dreary days which is so hard to take good photos in. It might eve nbe after Christmas before i can share my whole house tour and I have to ask myself…..does it really matter? No, not really!
Wishing you a relaxing Holiday season, my friend!
Btw, I hope you don’t mind that I linked up two post since i actually had two this week….surprising!
MY SHABBY FRENCH LIFE says
Thank you so much for hosting Kerryanne !
Xoxo from a frosty and cold PARIS
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Paris must be beautiful at this time of year Joelle.
Hot and humid here in Australia.
Hugs – Kerryanne
Curtains in My Tree says
Thanks for having the time to do a new post for us each Friday.
I don’t need a comment back every time I join in your party.
Hi Kerryanne. the features were some of my favorites! all very beautiful. I do appreciate you hosting, I have linked up my White Christmas in process 🙂 I love how you say ”bringing the homemade and home baked back into the holidays”….I love that. Yes I’m going to try to bake some easy Snowball Cookies I just found on bloglandia. I’m not much of a baker or sweets eater, but they were soooo pretty and take 15 minutes total and have cream cheese in them….all win win win! 😀
Oh my GOSH!!! Thank you SO much for my first ever feature!!!! I’m so glad you liked it enough to share it! I love your gorgeous blog 🙂 Have a Merry Christmas