Tuesday, November 8, 2022

All About Home #169: Welcome to November

Hello Friends and Welcome to the 
All About Home Link Party!


When that calendar page turned to November I know many of us jumped off the sofa and ran for the Christmas tubs... yes I know, even me. I'm doing a hybrid Christmas this year. I'll share more later what that's looking like. I mentioned this once before at the party, but our first grandbaby is due sometime late November to mid December. The arrival date is fuzzy, but that little sweetie is ready to go, so we're trying to anticipate her making a surprise debut! 

Thanks so much for coming by and sharing all the fun stuff you're up to. Amber and I appreciate you all taking the time to join in on the party! We're going to have a fun time this next 2 months with Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year on the horizon!










Amber and I are excited to be hosting this weekly party
 that celebrates All Things Home.
We love to see what you're up to on Your blogs,
so please join in and share your inspiration.







Like I mentioned earlier, I knew I might be short on time to decorate for a traditional Christmas look this year, so I'm going with a more neutral natural cottage look with some Christmas trimmings. Early in the week I shared a remake of a wonderful wooden tote on the farmtable dressed up for Thanksgiving. Later I shared tips for transitioning to Christmas from Thanksgiving and Fall. 












Amber is sharing a wonderful look back at a Vintage Dining Room for Thanksgiving













Here are some of the fun seasonal links from last week...


Pumpkin Bread is one of my all time favorite Fall and winter breads. CoCo dressed up her yummy recipe with a lovely printable wrapper for a wonderful gift presentation.

CoCo at The Crowned Goat





These are so adorable along with Julie's Velvet Mushrooms. These have been on my "to-do" list for a bit. I need to get busy!
from Julie at My Wee Abode






If you've been following Rita for this last year, you'll know she's been doing an extensive landscape makeover of her new/old cottage. She has amazing knowledge and I'm always in awe of her eye for design.

from Rita at Panoply



Penny uses lovely pastels throughout the year and seasons. Today she's sharing Christmas in her studio with a beautiful pink robed Santa. and an adorable giraffe assistant.

from Penny at Penny's Vintage Home




You'll love the brilliant blue and the Pilgrim couples in this colorful tablescape.
from Beth at Whispers of the Heart




Thanks so much, gals!!






This Link-Up is for all of us that love Home Decor, Vintage and Antiques, Garden and Outdoor Spaces, Seasonal Fun, DIY, Crafts, etc. We think Link Parties are a great way to share our homes and find inspiration and ideas from like minded bloggers. From Room Reveals to your latest Thrifting and Flea Market finds, we want you to join in the party fun!

Party Guidelines:

*The party runs Monday at 7:00 Eastern/6:00 Central  p.m. through Thursday at midnight.
* Please share up to three posts related to things that are "All About Home" such as home decor, DIY, crafts, gardening, recipes, vintage and antiques, etc.
* Please do not link up individual items from Etsy Shops, EBay or other selling sites.
*Please include a courtesy back link to your hosts Common Ground & Follow The Yellow Brick Home at the end of your post so others know where to join in the fun!
* Each host will be choosing her own features, so be sure to visit each blog and check them out.

I'm starting a new Pinterest Board to share the features from each week. You can follow along here at, All About Home Link Party

If you don't have a current seasonal post, feel free to link up a with an archived post that's seasonal. Thankyou for taking the time to join in on the party. Each of you are so appreciated.


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15 comments:

  1. Thanks so much Debra! I can't think about Christmas yet, but with a grandchild on the way, you do need to start early! I'm so excited for you, what a holiday blessing!
    Jenna

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    1. oh we're so excited Jenna. We didn't think we'd ever have grandbabies. Yippee!

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  2. Congratulations! You must be so excited and such a gift. Thanks for hosting!

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  3. For some reason my comment went Anonymous above. Congratulation again! Hope you are feeling ok too!

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    1. oh so sorry, Cindy. Don't know why that happens sometimes. Thankyou, yes I'm feeling a bit better, I think my Vitamin Bs are kicking in a bit!

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  4. Thanks for hosting the great party, Debra!! Thank you so much for featuring my velvet acorns! Such a wonderful blessing! Hope you have a good week!

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    1. You're so welcome, dear Julie. I think they are just adorable and you did a great tutorial!

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  5. Thanks for featuring my Pilgrim tablescape, I appreciate it! I added a link to your blog at the end of that post.

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    1. You're so welcome Beth, I love those plates and any and all little couple figurines for Thanksgiving!

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  6. Thank you so much for including my studio reading nook in the features this week....hugs

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    1. Your studio is so wonderful Penny. Always a joy to share it. Santa and that giraffe are total cuties!

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  7. So happy for you and having a grandbaby! That's going to be so fun in the months and year to come. Not that I know anything about that. Just hopeful I guess. Hope you have a wonderful week and thanks for the party.

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    1. Cindy my friend, you just might be surprised. We never thought we'd be so fortunate, but God had a plan and He's getting the Praise for this.

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  8. Thank you so much for hosting!! Have a wonderful week :) hugs, Tanya

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  9. Thanks so much for featuring my bread wrappers this week, Debra, I really appreciate it. I'm so excited you'll have a new grandbaby by Christmas. I know he or she will be such a sweet blessing and a treasure for your family. Sending you lots of hugs as you prepare for the arrival of the holidays and your new little one, CoCo

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