Happy Sunday! Are you still recovering from all the delicious Thanksgiving food? I hope you are having a wonderful holiday weekend with family and friends. I’m so thankful you stopped by today.
If you are not celebrating Thanksgiving, I hope you had a fabulous weekend, and I appreciate you for visiting with me today, also.
The last glimpse of warm weather. Although we had freezing temperatures for several nights last week, I spotted this lone bloom standing proudly in the garden.
Today is a look back at this past week on the blog, plus all of our Thanksgiving weekend adventures. A little shopping, some behind the scenes, and some great inspiration from around the web.
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Thanksgiving Weekend at Kure Beach
We enjoyed a wonderful meal at the home of our dear friends and beach neighbors. We were blessed to be invited to join their family to celebrate all we are thankful for.
We also enjoyed an oyster roast and a warm fire with friends on Friday evening.
Shopping In Wilmington
Black Friday was spent exploring fun shops in Wilmington and getting into the holiday shopping spirit.
We had a fun girl’s day out with lots of shopping, lunch, and laughter. Here are a few highlights of our trip.
Look at this beautiful wreath and mantel at Spruced.
So many beautiful items were found. This coastal holiday table is stunning at Paysage Home.
I really wish I had this deer for my front porch.
Another favorite shop is High Tide Home Provisions, with lots of coastal-inspired decor.
If found a sweet driftwood angel for the beach cottage.
Adventures at the End of the Dirt Road
This is a look back at all my adventures this past week.
In Case You Missed It
How to Make Whimsical Felt Christmas Trees. See this fun and easy tutorial.
DIY Foraged and Sustainable Christmas Ornaments are easy and cheap to make.
5 Cheap and Easy Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas that you will want to add to your tree this year.
What about some Napkin Decoupage Coasters for inexpensive gift ideas this Christmas? They are so easy to make; I’m addicted.
While shopping in Wilmington, I saw so many vintage-inspired ornaments; you can use this tutorial to create your own.
Plus, the shops were full of snowy trees, and this two-step method is easy and doesn’t flake. You don’t have to worry about the mess. I’m decorating with items I added flocking to 3 years ago, and they still look great.
Adventures off the Dirt Road
Why Didn’t I Think of That?
Each week there are so many wonderful blog posts and I’m sharing some of my favorites with you today.
There are so many creative ideas and I’m always asking myself, “why didn’t I think of that”? LOL
You have to check out my friend Stacy’s Winter Planter Ideas. They are just stunning, and you’ll want to see exactly how she creates them.
I also fell in love with these tiny gingerbread houses; although I don’t like to cook, I may have to make some of them. Leslie at Feet Under My Table makes them look so easy.
I can’t wait for you to see how Meeghan made these lovely Christmas ornaments.
I loved how easily this Pinecone Swag came together for my friend Jennifer. Check it out.
Bits and Pieces
Don’t miss this vintage Christmas haul.
You will love this simple Christmas Tablescape idea.
Next this Week
The next week will be so busy with more Christmas Inspiration.
- Blogger’s Best Christmas Home Tours
- How to Make DIY Paper Christmas Trees
- Easy DIY Gift Ideas to Make Now
- Best Christmas Tree Decorating Tips
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Thank you so much for your continued support and encouragement. I am so blessed to have the opportunity to share my passion for decorating and DIY projects with you each week.
Have a blessed Sunday, and I look forward to sharing more adventures with you this week.