on the 11th day of December my blogger gave to me...
Pinterest inspirationBecause opening your Pinterest page can be like falling into an inter-galactic wormhole and no one has time for that this month, I've done the holiday searching for you! I suggest you set an alarm before linking along below or you could find yourself in some distant universe far later in the day than you intended!
Sweet Paul Magazine --- glitter and spice and everything nice (or just a little bizarre)
Maya Donenfeld (MayaMade) -- rustic and homey. I really like this twig wreath
Woon Magazine -- for a ton of variations on keeping-a-tree-in-water like this one
Daniela Andrews (Curious Citizen) -- country charm meets glitz and quirkiness. The Miley ornaments? oh ya!
Honest Alchemy -- mostly mood photos with the odd crafty link. I can't really pick a favourite, but these cookies in a vintage tin really appeal
Thuis Met Moon -- take greenery and wood and add a touch of sparkle or tiny lights. Gorgeous!
The Art of Doing Stuff -- This Canadian do-it-yourself-er is not afraid of a glue gun, or power tool! Up your gift-wrap game with dioramas or if you have unlimited time and patience, take your gingerbread house making to a whole new level.
Amy Salazar (Bungalow) -- just put a tree on it
Leva and Bo -- to prove that all you really need for Christmas are a brown paper bag and a sprig of rosemary. My favourite thing here is this poster of a tree which would be the perfect solution for apartment dwellers!
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Still with me? See you here tomorrow!