Happy Wednesday, y’all! Welcome to this week’s Share Your Style #283!
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Here’s what I shared this past week at French Ethereal…
Put together a Fun Christmas Crate in 10 Minutes ~ Should have been part of this month’s Pinterest Challenge but I blew the deadline… Oh, well! 😉
Debra over at Common Ground shared her fall entryway table in this lovely Thanksgiving tableau ~ Transitioning a Fall Entry to Thanksgiving. Lovely!
And because I loved this post from Debra also ~ Using Vintage Frames for a Thanksgiving Mantel. Don’t you just love the layered frame look? Beautiful!!
CoCo from The Crowned Goat shared an easy to make holiday spray used here on the door in this post ~ Creating a Simple Holiday Spray. I am all about simple this year!
Tiffany (Tee) of TeeDiddlyDee shares her beautiful fall hutch in this seasonally colored post ~ Fall Vintage Door Hutch. Totally love all the upcycled pieces of wood and turned pieces!!
Cindy from Cloches and Lavender shared this gorgeous wintertime wreath in this DIY post ~ Quick and Easy Winter Wreath. Simply stunning! Love the feathers… <3
A big Thank You to everyone who linked up this past week. A special thank you to y’all for always promoting Share Your Style on your blog and on your social media channels! I do see it when I stop by and I appreciate the love. 💜
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Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!!!
15 thoughts on “Share Your Style #283”
Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving, Rachelle! I know this year has been tough for everyone but at least we can still telephone, write letters to family and friends, and FaceTime (and more!)!!!
Thanks for hosting during such a busy week. We baked today and made the cranberry sauce. Tomorrow – all the rest! Happy Thanksgiving!
Oh, YUM!!! I’ve never made homemade cranberry sauce but I bet it turned out way better than the canned option! Hope your Thanksgiving day was terrific!!!
Thanks so much for taking the time to host each week!! It is greatly appreciated!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!
I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving day and are having a lovely Thanksgiving weekend!! Thank you for the greeting… <3
Hi Barb, thanks so much for sharing my posts! I hope you’re feeling well and that you have a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend! Hugs and blessings!
Thank you, Debra! You, too!! It has been a lovely weekend so far and our Thanksgiving was quiet but fun.
Happy Thanksgiving, Barb! I hope that you are back to good health and can enjoy the holiday to its fullest!
Thank you, Shelbee! Yes, I am back to normal, more or less!!! (“Abby, Abby someone…”, Young Frankenstein) Been out in the garden planting before the ground freezes hard. Been blessed with a really long fall for good planting after missing a month with being ill.
Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving day with your family and are having a great weekend!
Barb, thanks for hosting. Hope you have a great day! And I’ll be back after while to check out some of these great links.
Hello Jean! Thank you, we have had a nice relaxing, garden planting long weekend and Thanksgiving day was nice and yummy. 🙂 Hope you enjoyed the features!!!
Hope you Thanksgiving day and weekend have been wonderful, too,
Thank you so much for the sweet feature, Barb, I really appreciate it. We’re doing lots of greenery and a super simple Christmas this year too. I do have bits of sparkles here and there but nothing over the top. I think we all need a little easy Christmas this year. Hugs and thank yous, CoCo
Always, CoCo!!! I meant to get over on Friday but was back out in the garden while the weather is still good digging up a new garden bed area and planting a second Alberta spruce (dwarf) and two hollies… Then I was TIRED! Thankfully, our ground is still soft from rain earlier in the week. 🙂 I cut just a bit off the bottom of the first spruce and put those greens in a pot on the patio. Really enjoying a simpler Christmas season…
Hope you had a great Thanksgiving day and are enjoying a wonderful long weekend,