Welcome to this Wednesday’s Link Party #323!
And Happy Thanksgiving week to you all!
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday and I am so excited for dinner tomorrow and then leftovers the rest of the week. I make my own version of Ross’ “Moist Maker” and while I hate the name, Friends fans know what I mean and I look forward to it all year long.
What’s your favorite Thanksgiving side dish? Mine is for sure my sweet potato casserole! I’ll link my recipe here. I make it every year!
I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Now here are this week’s features, sharing the best Christmas decor ideas:
Marie made this beautiful Christmas tree out of pampas grass stems she foraged. If you love neutral decor, this is a great DIY! I love the soft glow that it adds.
This one is for all of you who love the Coastal Grandmother trend. Lynn chose to decorate her tree with a blue and white palette for a French country feel. I love her decoupage ornaments. Click to see all the details.
If you’re going for a natural or rustic theme, then maybe you want to try making your own Christmas tree angel out of raffia like Meagan did. This is so cute and creative!
Jen made these sweet angel ornaments for a vintage touch and I love the sparkle they add. Click for her DIY and add some old world charm to your tree.
Because you know my love for gnomes, obviously these guys needed their own spotlight. So cute for the front porch.
Be sure to head over to Tarah’s page to see her picks!
Now on to this week’s party!
* Up to 3 links per person. * Make sure you check out a few other links while you’re here!
* You MUST follow us on at least one social platform:
We will choose features every week and share them across our social media and in the next party!
By linking up you’re giving us permission to feature you in the next party by including your post URL and one of your images. You are also giving us permission to share one of your images across our social media platforms and in the Grandma’s House weekly DIY newsletter to promote the party.)
The party runs through Sunday at 11pm