12.19.2018

Share Your Style #188


I want to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.  xoxo







Good evening and welcome to our 188th SYS link party! This week your party host is Lynn, from the blog The Vintage Nest


We are so thrilled you all dropped by again to party with us! Christmas is just around the corner and this is definitely the place to find some amazing inspiration.  I spent hours pouring over your wonderful link posts and it was so hard to just pick a few to share this week with our readers.

Before we get started, please make sure to pay a visit to all of your SYS team members!


• Lynn: The Vintage Nest / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Google+ 
• Barbara: 21 Rosemary Lane / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Google+ 
• Kristin: White Arrows Home / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Instagram 
• Barbara: French Ethereal / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Instagram
• Meredith: Southbound / Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest / Instagram


~~~~ A few of my Favorites ~~~~

Orphans with Makeup gives us an excellent tutorial on making some handmade "vintage" ornaments.  These are just gorgeous!  thank you Mary for this inspiration.




Rever en Couleur (Dream in Color) shares her kitchen brick wall transformation and it's beautiful.  Years ago, I whitewashed my brick fireplace and have never regretted and get so many compliments.  If you have been thinking of doing it.....Just do it!



Marty, a long long time friend on blogger, puts a spin on Christmas decor with her gorgeous rusty orange theme.  She explains how she did it very inexpensively.  Click on over to see this non-traditional theme at her blog A Stroll Thru Life.




Are you looking for a last minute, easy, inexpensive, personalized gift? The blog H2O Bungalow shares her tutorial on how to add words to a candle.  These are just so charming.



Finally, this post really really captured my heart.  When my children were little, a holiday tradition was the making of the gingerbread house and on New Year's Eve, they got to "destroy" it and eat wasn't what as hard as a brick.  They thought that was the grandest thing!  The blog Home Cooking Memories shares with us what could easily become a new tradition.  How fun and delicious is this?  A gingerbread house milkshake recipe.


 Congratulations to all of this week's featured bloggers. If you have been featured please make sure to grab our cute feature button to proudly display on your blog.

  We wish you all a very happy holiday and we'll see you next week. 


Now on to the PARTY!!!!




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