November 8, 2011

Thanksgiving Tablescape, a Gray Nursery, Makeovers & Gift Ideas... Link Party #37

There were so many fabulous links last week I decided to feature five of them today. Sometimes I feature one link, most times I feature 2-3 and this week, it's five!

With Thanksgiving just about two weeks away, you'll definitely find this tablescape from Nancy's Daily Dish full of inspiration. The gorgeous transferware dishes are layered upon other sets and mixed with grapevine, pine cones and other warm elements sure to give you some great ideas for your own Thanksgiving table.

This beautiful nursery makeover looks straight out of a Pottery Barn catalog. Actually, I think it even looks better than that! I love all the calm color and wait until you see the cute school-house inspired custom chalkboard Kristine at The Painted Hive has made.

This link caught my eye because of the adorable packaging. I really like the simplicity of the baker's twine in holiday red. I am always looking for small gifts and stocking stuffers and this tutorial for a salt scrub fits the bill! Check out the "how-to" at Bliss Images and Beyond

This beautiful hutch didn't start out as such. It was black and brown and not nearly what it has become under the talented hand of Minday at Pretty in Paint.

 This link is about the floor transformation (painted white) but there is so much more to see. The styling in the room is gorgeous. The crochet throw is what made me click! See all the beautiful details over at Lilies for Kate!

Thanks to each of these talented bloggers who linked up last week! Please grab a feature button!


What's new with you this week?  Link up the best of your blog and be sure to link back to the party with a button or text link in your post {please}. If your post has been removed because there wasn't a link back, add the button below or a text link and link up again. Most importantly... mingle... click around the other links and get to know this fabulous group of partiers!


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