Share Your Style #42 {Party + Features}

Good evening and welcome back to our Share Your Style party!!!  This week at Dixie Delights I’ve started to share my holiday home tour.  I also created a cute Letter to Santa to go along with our 4 gift rule of thumb.

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Each week one of your hosts will take a turn choosing the features, and then ALL SIX of us will share them on our blogs for tons of exposure.

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THIS WEEK’S HOST:
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Suzan of Simply Vintageous starts our features off with a good laugh.  I hope you will click over to her blog to read about her going bananas with wreath decorating around the house.  Thank you Suzan for the laughter this morning.


It’s Christmas time and we are all baking away by now.  Candi at A Day in Candiland  shares with us 20 holiday cookie recipes.  Yummo!  A cookie in each hand is how I diet for the season.  :)


The blog, Thelma’s Days, really spoke to my heart as she shares her collection of globes with the message “Let there be Peace on Earth”

D.D.’s Cottage and Design re-cycled a thrift store find that I just flipped over.  Love the style of this old piece, the casters and the colors she chose.  Isn’t it gorgeous?


And for our last feature this week, Sharon of The Blue Willow House gives us some tips on holiday decorating with vintage.  Love that plaid!!!!!!

If one of your links was featured, be sure to grab our button before you go!!

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Now, on to this week!  We hope you’ll join in with your decor, vintage, DIY, tablescapes, creations and yummies… in other words, pretty much anything STYLE related.  Grab our party button and add it to the bottom of the posts you link up:

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With that, it’s time to Share Your Style!!

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2 thoughts on “Share Your Style #42 {Party + Features}

  1. Love it!! Beautiful, festive, charming and not overdone!! I, too have the Spode Christmastree china, but I love the idea of the Spode ornament kitchen tree.

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