Christmas is right around the corner (I know, I know, we haven’t even had Thanksgiving yet) but holiday music is pumping into the malls and Christmas trees are popping up in windows, so I HAD to do a Holiday inspired look! I am still on my plaid kick too, so what better than to do a leather and plaid look that will keep you warm and festive at the same time? Plus It’s time to start making that list and checking it twice, so in case you’re having trouble deciding what needs to be on your fashion wish list for Santa, I’m here to help.
Hey everybody! Can you believe it is Thanksgiving week? Gosh this year is flying by. I have mentioned this before, but in my opinion Thanksgiving and Christmas are pretty synonymous. Both holidays remind me of my Savior, my blessings and fill me with a spirit of gratitude and thankfulness. Both holidays make me want to be with family and serve others. I feel like they both work toward the same goal of helping us reach outward and become more Christlike. I have mentioned before that since this is the first year that I have a child old enough to really “get” Christmas, we are trying extra hard to keep the Savior as the true focus. After I wrote this post, I had tons of people who didn’t have a Cricut who were interested in making a DIY Nativity board, so that kind of inspired me to create these Nativity themed free printables. Anyone can print these out and stick them in a frame. I made them black and white so that it would mesh with basically any style of decor. Literally all you have to do is print and frame them.
Hey everybody! This month was the last month for the Cricut Design Space Star contest, and unfortunately due to some personal circumstances I was unable to participate. BUT my team totally killed it, so I just had to share their projects with you! They are all super talented, definitely some blogs worth following so make sure you visit and get their tutorials! Also, we are giving away a Cricut Explore to one lucky person! Woot, woot. Here are my teams links:
1. Merry & Bright t-shirts from Tricia of Suburban Bitches
2. Holiday Wall Decal from Melissa of The Sweet Escape
3. Paper Christmas Trees from MJ of Pars Caeli
4. DIY Vinyl Mugs & Ugly Christmas Sweater from Andrea at Andrea’s Notebook
5. Pin the Beard on the Gnome game by Katie of That Girl Katie
6. Hipster Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Shirt by Crystal of Sew Creative
7. Swans a Swimming Purse by Celina of Petit a Petit and Family
Now, who wants to win a Cricut Explore?
If you don’t win, don’t worry because we are going to be posting an amazing Black Friday Deal for the Cricut next week, so stay tuned!