Features for Creating Christmas: A Very Thrifty Christmas!


Happy New Year's Eve Friends! Today I am sharing features from Creating Christmas: A Very Thrifty Christmas!  Thanks to everyone who linked up, your thrifty creativity was truly inspiring! Thank you also to Jann @ Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson who co-hosts and facilitates the party each year. I have loved participating! Also a quick reminder, Vintage Charm will resume next week, but last week's party is open thru January 4, so there is still time to link here. 


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Before the features, here's a few of my recent projects in case you missed them during the holidays:


 I created this Sassy Snow Lady from repurposed Pier One spheres,

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crafted a junky Joy sign from salvaged metal parts, 


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and shared a thrifted vintage card assortment to wish you a Merry Christmas! 


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Now for the fabulous features! 


Cecilia, from The B Farm shares her charming Christmas Decor at the City House.  She had me with the Christmas transferware and those sparkly placemats--swoon! 


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After receiving a sweet mug rug as gift from a friend, Stephanie at The Enchanting Rose was inspired to create this lovely lace version.  You can see the tutorial at Mug Rug Happiness. 


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When Decking the Halls, Julie at Renaissance Mermaid, describes her Christmas decor as simple, but perhaps simply gorgeous is more fitting!  I am absolutely smitten with the repurposed jewelry trees she has crafted with vintage baubles.  Aren't they stunning? 


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Lynda @ Lynda Creates updated this darling Vintage Sheet Music Wreath  for Christmas. Both the original and the update were created with thrifted supplies--perfect! 


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Have a blessed and Happy New Year! 


8 comments:

  1. Such great projects! The wreath is my favorite, love what you did!
    Have a happy and blessed new year!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  2. Ah, you are so sweet, Cecilia. Thank you for featuring my vintage jewelry Christmas tree and for the kind words. Happy New Year to you!

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  3. Oh what a sweet surprise! Thank you for featuring my City house Christmas decor. Have a Happy New Year, Cecilia!

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  4. Love the sheet music wreath. Lynda @ Lynda Creates is very creative. Enjoyed visiting her blog.

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  5. Thanks again for helping co-hosting 'Creating Christmas'. Love the features! The wreath and jewelry tree are fabulous and I just happened to be Stephanie's mug rug exchange partner and received that gorgeous gift.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  6. Dearest friend, thank you SO MUCH for the lovely feature! My, what a surprise :) You are such a joy and I greatly appreciate you.

    I hope you had a lovely Christmas, dear one. And may you have a joyous New Year! Lord-willing, Iw ill be back to blogging this week {{smiles}} Hugs!

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