Tuesday, November 15, 2022

All About Home #170: Cozy Up for The Holidays!

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

Is your head spinning around trying to do Thanksgiving AND Christmas decor at the same time??? I decorated for Thanksgiving late last month, but by now signs of Christmas are showing up around the house. Most of the leaves are now off the trees and we've been having nightly freezes... so psychologically I can get into Christmas mode. I don't know how you all do it in the extreme south... My seasonal decorating is totally affected by the weather! 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! 

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.

Last week I shared my Holiday Cupboard for Thanksgiving. But I've been trying to do some Holiday changeups and I've already redecorated this for Christmas. Like I mentioned last week, 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. Later in the week for some inspiration I shared A Christmas Home Tour from a while back at the previous house. 

Amber is sharing some great tips for getting the jump on Christmas decorating.

Here are some of the great links from last week...

Rita creates the most amazing holiday tablescapes! I so admire all you gals that share your artistic outlet through dishes and linens. If money and space were no object I could go there! Until then I'll enjoy all you ladies. Her Fox and plaid china had me hooked, Gorgeous!!

from Rita at Panoply

I can only imagine the fabulous Holiday fragrance of these
from Tanya at Twelve 0 Eight

Tania performed a miracle with the updates of her 1960's kitchen cabinet doors. Totally gorgeous and on-trend. I love the gold hardware too.

from Tania at Little Vintage Cottage

Here are some fun examples of 
from Shelly at Calypso in the Country

This is one of my favorite cold weather dishes. Looks so good and satisfying...
from Raquel at Organized Island

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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  1. Thanks so much Debra! I'm off to visit your holiday home tour, so smart to do it early because of your coming grandchild!

  2. Dear, Debra, congratulations on your grandchild. So very sorry I missed last week's party. My husband has late-stage cancer and it is quite a bit to deal with. Any prayers you can send our way will be appreciated!

    1. I'm so sorry to hear about your husband, of course I will be praying for you both. God will take care of you. xo

  3. Thank you so much for including my DIY Rosemary Trees in the features this week Debra! So much talent here, I'm inspired :) Thank you again - Hugs, Tanya

  4. Thanks for hosting this week! As for the pull between fall/Thanksgiving decor and decorating for Christmas, I handle it one holiday at a time. I may purchase Christmas decor before Thanksgiving, but nothing goes up until the Monday after Thanksgiving. That way I get to enjoy each in its own time.

  5. Thanks for hosting the party, Debra! This year and its seasons are going by so very quickly! Have a great week!

  6. Debra, thank you so much for featuring my fox and plaid tablescape which is admittedly one of my favorites this year. Thank you, too for mentioning all the other stylists in that group. They truly are a talented bunch, and I'm honored to host them. I thought my eyes were playing tricks when I saw features from Tania and Tanya - that's uncanny! Best part of Mondays is yours & Amber's home party!

  7. Debra,
    I like to have the entire house decorated For Christmas before Thanksgiving because of the extent that I decorate which takes me over 30 days...It was something I started when still working as I wanted to have less stress after thanksgiving when the holiday season started..And now it gives me time to sit back and take it all in and really enjoy Christmas!!
    Thanks so much for hosting this delightful party each and every week!! I really appreciate the time and effort that goes into it along with visiting all the links and choosing Features!!! Thank You!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!

  8. Hey Debra, Thanks for hosting! I had to take a few weeks off and I am happy to be back at your link party. I just started decorating for Christmas but it is a little tough on warm days to get into the mood. Loving your neutral color palette this year. I would love for your stop by the Home Imagined link party and share.-Meagan

  9. Thank you so much for the feature at your lovely party! :o)

  10. I can't believe next week is Thanksgiving. It will be Christmas before we know it!


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