Today’s link round-up is full of holiday desserts and other treats, ways to make your guests feel comfortable, tips for escaping the flu without relying on a flu shot, and more.
Crafts Unleashed showed us how to make mason jar luminaries.
Paper, Plate, and Plane showed us how to make beautiful “crystal” Christmas trees from clear push-pins.
DIY Network provided tips for making guest bedrooms as inviting as possible.
Mind Body Green shared seven tips for avoiding the flu without the flu shot.
Pink Recipe Box has a recipe for salted caramel hot chocolate that looks to-die-for!
This Silly Girl’s Life has an easy holiday treat to share—Nutella Mint Stuffed Crescent Rolls.
Photo credit: Crafts Unleashed and Hungry Happenings
If you’re looking for unique wall art for your home that’s kid-friendly without being overly babyish, you can’t go wrong with the fairy tale themed collection of prints by Christian Jackson of Square Inch Design.
These hyper-minimalist, iconographic prints capture the essential spirit of classic children’s stories with eye catching imagery, rich color, and old world texture. They’d be a lovely addition to any home with a modern decor.
The prints are available in several different sizes, so you can pick the option that best fits your budget as well as your decorating needs.
You can also buy the designs as framed gallery works or unstretched canvas, if you prefer. However, these options are considerably more expensive.
Visit the Image Kind website to to see all of the images in Volume One and Volume Two of the collection. My personal favorite is the Little Red Riding Hood print featured in this post, although I also like The Ugly Duckling and Snow White designs.
I’d probably go with something a little more traditional in my child’s bedroom, but I’d love one of these prints to display near the bookshelf in my living room.
What do you think of these unique fairy tale inspired prints? Which one is your favorite?
Photo credit: Image Kind
Today’s link round-up has holiday decorations, recipes, and more.
Oh So Pretty shared the ultimate DIY candle guide you can use to make gifts or your own home décor items.
Lia Griffith showed us how to make beautiful little gold ombre trees.
DIY Network shared their 10 most popular Christmas pins of 2013.
Mind Body Green shared a recipe for a kale salad to enjoy all year.
Choosing Raw has a recipe for an iced pumpkin spice latte that looks delicious.
Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons shared a recipe for a Christmas Rudolph chocolate-caramel pie.
Photo credit: Oh So Pretty and Crafts Unleashed
I am definitely an introvert. Given a choice, I’d much rather hang out at home with my family than go someplace surrounded by strangers. And, since I spend so much time at home, it’s important to me to create a calming environment.
If you feel the same way as I do, here are some easy ways to turn your home into a sanctuary.
Photo credit: Sure Fit
Today’s link round-up offers nativity set ornaments you can make, brownie snowballs, holiday punch bowls, and more.
Crafts Unleashed showed us how to make nativity set ornaments.
Back for Seconds made brownie snowballs that look delicious.
The Decorated Cookie searched the archives for 31 winter and Christmas cookies to make.
Mod Podge Rocks made watercolor geometric wall art that could brighten up any room.
The Graphics Fairy shared printable candy jar labels that are great for gift-giving.
Photo credit: Crafts Unleashed, A Beautiful Mess, and Land of Nod
Todayâ€™s link round-up has photo pendant bookmarks, a polka dot burlap table cover, healthy bread pudding, and more.
Crafts Unleashed showed us how to make photo pendant bookmarks.
Enjoy the View created a polka dot burlap table cover and showed us how.
Back for Seconds came up with an interesting sweet potato side dish combo that involves peaches.
Studio DIY made a take-out box advent calendar.
The Graphics Fairy shared a retro Santa coloring sheet printable.
Photo credit: Crafts Unleashed, Chocolate Covered Katie, and A Beautiful Mess
Today’s link round-up consists of a turkey wreath you need to make, soap snow globes, crafts you can make in a slow cooker, and more.
Chocolate Covered Katie made delicious sweet potato cupcakes with marshmallow frosting.
A Beautiful Mess has a recipe for pumpkin pie in jars that are cute and look delicious.
Crafts ‘n Coffee shared a deco mesh turkey wreath how-to that you and the kids will love for years.
Aunt Peaches has some inspiration for us all, and it involves spray painting things gold.
DIY Network showed us eight crafts you can make in a slow cooker.
Photo credit: Chocolate Covered Katie, The Paper Mama, and Crafts Unleashed
Today’s link round-up has a turkey bow headband, raisin pretzels, burlap homemade ornaments, a Thanksgiving turkey pizza, and more.
Chocolate Covered Katie showed us how to make Glazin Raisin Pretzels.
Happy Hour Projects showed us how to make a turkey bow headband.
DIY Network shared some favorite mustache crafts for Movember.
Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons showed us how to make a Pillsbury Thanksgiving turkey pizza.
A Pair & a Spare showed us how to make a DIY leather clutch.
Photo credit: Chocolate Covered Katie, Crafts Unleashed, and Lil’ Luna
Today’s link round-up has a few DIY projects and some delicious treats to enjoy during the holiday season.
Delineate Your Dwelling created cute kitchen art with string.
The 36th Avenue shared a simple furniture makeover that can make a huge impact.
Mom Spark showed us how to make faux leather placemats.
Sum of Their Stories turned an old bracelet into a new statement necklace, proving that if one piece of jewelry breaks, you can always reuse the pieces.
Lamberts Lately showed us how to make no-bake cake batter cookie bars.
Enjoy the View shared a delicious sugar-free peanut butter pie recipe.