It’s fun to decorate mantles, tables, trees, and windows for the Christmas holiday. But what about places that aren’t typically dressed out in décor? Like bookshelves? Today I am going to share how to make Christmas book covers.
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As I sit here and realize our house is finally decorated for the holidays, I can catch my breath for a minute. As much as I loved decorating every room in our house, decorating the kitchen for Christmas was a special experience.
I am thrilled to be part of an amazing group of bloggers sharing our trees and holiday decor from Balsam Hill. I am so lucky to partner with Balsam Hill again and can I just tell you how much I love everything they do!
Decorating a home for the holidays is one of my most favorite things to do. So you can imagine how excited I was to be asked to be a part of the Holiday Housewalk 2018. Jennifer Rizzo has done so much to make this happen and I am so thankful to be included.
This post is sponsored by JOANN. It may contain affiliate links but all words, reviews, and opinions are mine.
I am finally making progress decorating our home for Christmas. My theme for this year’s decor is a red and white farmhouse Christmas. I am excited to incorporate a combination of purchased decorations as well as a lot of homemade DIY Christmas decorations. So you can imagine how thrilled I am to partner with JOANN and I am so happy with the result. Their holiday greens are amazing and the three DIY Christmas projects were so much fun.