Monday, January 9, 2023

All About Home 178: Winter Decor DIYs



Hey friends, I hope you've had a great first week of 2023! I'm still in a bit of "refresh to winter" mode and putting a few Christmas decor stragglers away. It usually takes me most of January to get it all corralled and packed away. Just today I was working on things and had a sudden pang for anthing relating to "spring". 

Thanks so much for coming by each week and sharing all your fun posts and inspiration with all of us. We appreciate your participation and support! 



Amber from Follow the Yellow Brick Home and I are so excited to be co-hosting this fun link party, that celebrates "All Things Home". We love to see what You are up to each week, so please join in with your decor, seasonal fun, gardens, DIYs, recipes and more. We each pick and share features each week, so be sure and visit both of us to check out the weekly highlights.








Last week I had a bit of a twitch to put together some kind of "white" vignette. I brought a few old boxes, some mismatched silver pieces, and a shelf full of small white ironstone pitchers and creamers together to gather on a vintage tabletop in the Garden Room. Some of you bloggers that have been around for awhile may remember "White Wednesday", a weekly link-up that celebrated all things white. 
Later in the week I did a lookback at the last 3 years of January in the Holiday Cupboard. I had a slightly different theme each time and used different groupings of transferware for three fun looks.

On a sad note, I wanted to share with you that our friend Rachelle of My Hubbard Home lost her husband to cancer this last week. She comes by each week and shares her amazing photos and inspiration for home decor. Please run by Rachelle's blog and read her loving tribute to her hubby. 




Amber shared a gorgeous post full of 











Last week we had some wonderful winter decor ideas and DIY, so here are a few great posts that will give you some ideas for this often cold and dreary winter season.


I love Cindy's use of winter greenery and candlelight.
from Cindy at County Road 407





Step up your bookshelf design with these ideas
from Nicolle at Our Tiny Nest





Soft colors and neutrals that work for baby and more.
from Christene Holder Home





This stained finish is absolutetly gorgeous. 
from Lee Ann at Creative Moments




Looks delicious and sure to warm you up
Raquel from Organized Island





Thanks Everyone!



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7 comments:

  1. Ohh! So sad to hear about Rachelle's husband. Thank you for letting us know. I'm still working on getting all Christmas put away over here. I don't start until the 6th after 3 Kings. Anyway, thanks for hosting us. XO- MaryJo

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  2. Thanks so much for featuring my Best Nursery Paint Colors post :) >> Christene Holder Home

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  3. Thanks for hosting and sharing all the great ideas, Debra!! Hope your week is a good one!

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  4. Wow! Loads of participants today! Thanks for posting and hosting, Debra!

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  5. Thank you so much Debra, your winter cupboard looks so pretty~ I like to decorate with snowmen and silver for January. Thank you for letting us know about Rachelle's husband, I am heading over now to visit...have a lovely week
    Jenna

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  6. Thank you so much for the feature this week. Such a nice surprise! And hello Nutella Cocoa! Can hardly wait to try that! Hope y'all have a wonderful week.

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  7. Thank you Debra for hosting! I am itching for spring too. Have a great week.

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