Blogger Spotlight: A few favorite Christmas posts

Hello friends!  I’ve seen some sweet Christmas decor and crafts on the blogs I follow, and just wanted to end the week by sharing a few favorites.

Abby of A Delightful Design shared a Christmas house tour, showing off how she’s decked her halls in a gorgeous and peaceful combo of greenery, whites, and metallics.  It’s a great example of the beauty of simplicity.

Image credit: A Delightful Design

Centsational Girl showed how she created a gorgeous piece of winter art – and even though it’s a painting on canvas I’m pretty sure all of us could pull it off – although maybe not quite with the magical, elegant touch that Kate seems to have with every project she takes on!

Image credit: Centsational Girl

Mikalah from Posy the Porcelain Pig made some fabulous moss-covered trees for an earthy holiday display!  I think this is a great project for adding some interest and texture to a table or bookshelf any time of year, so hop over to read her tips on the project before taking it on.

Image Credit: Posy the Porcelain Pig

And finally, Sunny at Life in Rehab shared a little how-to for fun and beachy Christmas ornaments with a simple bit of sand and shells.  I love them!!

Image credit: Life in Rehab

Now it’s your turn:  What are your favorite projects and decor posts from the last few weeks?

PS:  If you’d like some free help with a decorating challenge in your rented home, feel free to contact me – I’d love to help!

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6 thoughts on “Blogger Spotlight: A few favorite Christmas posts

  1. tami

    Hi Jane, you really have done a wonderful job on this blog. Having rented for 19 years then finally buying my own home, I think I know all the tricks in the book to make a rented space my own without trampling on a land lord’s feelings or territory. You have awesome ideas, and created a wonderful spot for anyone to pick up a bit of inspiration. Love, love the blog title, it’s perfection, keep up the good work, tami, from the High Street Cottage

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