Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Top Three links from Vintage Inspiration

We're all saying it,
 "This month has just flown by and now it's Thanksgiving!" 
I didn't want to skip Vintage Inspiration this week, so I'll be starting the link party later this afternoon instead of Thursday morning. Just a little early, so we can all still join in, and if you don't have all your relatives looking over your shoulder shaking their heads. Do you know what I mean? 'Nuff said...

So here are the three top viewed links from last week,
Are you ready for Christmas?

Jennifer from Town and Country Living shared some great inspiration images as she was thinking about going with a more natural theme this Christmas.

Jody from Rooted in Thyme gave us some paperwhite inspiration. Not only does she use containers, but she has them growing "en masse" in her lovely garden. You'll love her potting cupboard, too.

And Brooke from Creative Country Mom has a Fall Country Kitchen Tree that will have you putting up that tree just a few weeks earlier next year.

From now on until the end of the year we'll be sharing 
all things Christmas.
Please join in with all your vintage and vintage inspired posts;
DIY, decor, Christmas traditions, recipes, crafts...
whatever says Christmas or Vintage to you!

See you later today!


  1. Those are neat ideas.

    Happy Thanksgiving.


  2. Hi Debra! I wish you and yours a wonderful Thanksgiving.
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  3. Great links! So glad I happened upon your blog.

  4. Debra, There is so much inspiration everywhere! Thanks for featuring three of the best this week!

  5. Can't wait!! Oh Debra, I just had another sale on Etsy @ Cottage-Wishes. Thank you so much for your support, Di

  6. Hi Debra,

    Thanks for your sweet visit! I'm going to find your china cabinet now! Hope your Thanksgiving is wonderful!

  7. Happy Thanksgiving, Debra!
    Thank you for your inspiring blog. I love stopping by each week to see what you have been busy creating.

  8. Hi Debra... just popping in while my pumpkin pies are baking to wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving!... you are SUCH a blessing to me... much love, xoxo Julie Marie

  9. Debra,
    Just dropping in to wish you a blessed Thanksgiving, dear friend! Our NoN~Traditioanl and Traditional Thanksgiving with family is just behind us and now we move into the days of Christmas here On Crooked Creek!!! Looking foward to a month of Vintage inspiration!!!

  10. Very inspiring! This is my first visit. I hope your Thanksgiving was delightful!

    Smiles from Idaho,


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