2015 Holiday Home Tours Day 1: Tidbits

Welcome to the 2015 Holiday Home Tours!  I've got a great lineup of homes for you to see over the next few days, so sit back, relax and enjoy the show.  To kick things off, here is Cami from TIDBITS to show you around her incredible holiday home. Hello! I am Cami, and I am so thrilled to be here today and so thrilled sweet Beth would let me be a part of her week of tours. I love every single one of these gals she has lined up - so it is sure to be an inspirational week. If you haven't … [Read more...]

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Stop 29: Holiday House Walk Tour at Unskinny Boppy

 It's the final day of the 2013 Holiday Housewalk, and I'm SUPER honored to be a part of this outstanding group of talented women for another year of holiday home tours.  I am Stop #29 on the tour today. Welcome to my home everyone!  The front porch is always fun to decorate, and this year I made a magnolia swag to surround the front door.  For those who asked, we used Heavy Duty Suction Cup hooks like these to get the garland to stay in place.  It's been up for weeks and still holding … [Read more...]

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Welcome To Kristin Salazar’s Holiday Home Tour!

We are halfway through the week! I hope you are so enjoying all of these beautiful holiday home tours from these talented bloggers.  Today I've got such a special home to show you.  I've been a huge fan of My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia's blog for many years now, and I'm just overjoyed to introduce Kristin to you and feature her home on my blog.  Every time I visit her blog I feel like I'm cracking open a big, thick, glossy Pottery Barn catalog and ogling all the goodies inside.  Please tell me … [Read more...]

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Tablescapes and other thoughts on hosting my first Thanksgiving

Can you guys BELIEVE that Thanksgiving is one week away? I can't.  I still think it's September most days.  I'm not ready yet, but I'm getting there.  This year I'm very excited about Thanksgiving because I'm hosting it at my house for the first time ever. Gulp. That's kind of a big deal, y'all. My whole life I've gone to other people's houses for Thanksgiving.  Every year when I was growing up we went to my Granny's house with all my fifty-leven aunts, uncles and cousins piled all … [Read more...]

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