Our entryway and dining room are on the blog! I’d love for you to stop over and say hi! Swipe up in my stories to head straight there💙Happy Friday! #email@example.com
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Dance party in the kitchen (dogs included) followed by an explosion of flour and sprinkles ...which will hopefully taste like yummy Christmas cookies when all is said and done. This is how we Friday night. 🎼🎄👩🏻🍳
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Little Noah and I listened to #rudolph like a thousand times today.
Thank goodness for being a trilingual family! We simply switched to another language when it started to get boring 😂 🦌🎄🎅🏻.
Pen: Ranger embossing pen @ranger_ink
Embossing powder: Aladine IZINK @aladinecreations
Heat gun: no name
My friend Kris @drivenbydecor has the most beautiful style, her home is simply gorgeous and so is she! If you are looking for Christmas inspiration or just want to get lost in an incredible home decor feed, go over and say Hi to Kris, and prepare to stay a while!
She is my choice for #followfriday 🌟
Can you believe that Christmas is little more than a week away!? I seem to have an endless ‘to do’ list! If you are planning on entertaining over the Christmas period, here are my tips for creating the perfect festive table.
1) Always start with a crisp white table cloth and napkins. I find that it creates the perfect blank canvas.
2. Beautiful cutlery next! I love @robertwelchuk ‘s Radford or Kingham collection (pictured here).
3. I like to personalise each setting. This year I make clay tags by rolling out air dry white clay (readily available from craft shops or Amazon), cutting out festive shapes with cookie cutters and personalising with a letter stamp. I then tie the tags to folded napkins with red or green string and add a sprig of pine.
4. I love to bring the natural scent of Christmas to my table. I forage or buy moss and sprigs of foliage - holly, red berries, pine and ivy and make a simple table arrangement using vintage plant pots.
5. Finally plenty of candles are a must, but avoid using the scented variety as they can be overpowering.
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