Dare to DIY: deck the halls

Alright, let’s see your decked halls!

I’m thrilled to be co-hosting with Decor and the DogMaybe Matilda and  Newly Woodwards.

This week it’s Dare to… deck the halls!
DIY something new to deck your halls. Did you find something in a catalog that you wish you had? Wreaths, stockings, pillows or advent calendars? Make it! Inspire us all to do the same.

I shared my decked out card catalog vignette on Friday.

I also shared my sweater present tutorial on Saturday.

Kim created this awesome NOEL sign.

Michelle whipped up some pretty burlap stockings for her mantel.

Rachel shared her modern woodland vignette.

Each Monday, the link party goes live for that week’s Dare to DIY challenge. You can link up as many projects as you wish, as long as the posts correspond with the theme of the week.

You can link up on any of our four blogs listed above. The linky below will stay live through Wednesday. This Wednesday, each of us will spotlight at least 3 projects we loved from the week on our blogs. We’ll also pin those projects on our shared Pinterest board.

The only rules:
1. Please follow the Dare to DIY theme of the week (this week is ‘dare to be thankful’).
2. Please link back to Dare to DIY by linking to at least one of our blogs (or copy this: I’m sharing this at the Dare to DIY party hosted by Decor and the DogMaybe MatildaNewly Woodwards, and Two Twenty One!)
3. Please go to at least one other blog and comment. This is a party. So get to know a few other bloggers.



Comments

  1. says

    I love the sweater presents!! I think I am going to hit up the Goodwill store tonight, in hopes of finding an ugly Christmas sweater along with some sweaters that I can use for wrapping paper.
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