#FoodieFriDIY #74 – Trimming the Tree with Ornaments
Are you ready for the holidays? They’ll be here before you know it. Seriously. I have no idea what the get the hubs. I’m almost to the point where I just say just get a couple of thoughtful gifts and be done with it. I mean, it’s just us two in the house. Well, and Missy, but she gets spoiled rotten anyway. Isn’t that how it should be with our furbabies?
So, have you entered to win the digital camera from Mezzetta foods? You haven’t? Then you should totally enter to win the camera and then download the coupon for your next jar of olives. I don’t know about you, but for me the holidays mean nuts and olives and tiny pickles. I honestly did put olives on my fingers and run around the house. Canned black olives truly do bring back such fond memories.
K, well, it’s time to get the party! I can’t wait to see what y’all have whipped up this week.
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On to my features! These are just a few of the links that caught my eye this week. What’s #ontheblog this week??
- Chubby Sheep by Underground Crafter
- DIY CLAY PAW PRINT ORNAMENT by Living La Vida Holoka
- Meeting at the Manger: Day 1 The Manger by From the Family, With Love Jennifer
- Oreo Ornament Cookies by Embellishmints
- Cinnamon Salt Ornaments by A Pretty Life
- No Mess Handmade Glitter Ornaments by Marty’s Musings
- DIY HAND LETTERED ORNAMENTS by Lemon Thistle
- DIY REPURPOSED PUNCH BALLOON ORNAMENTS by Dukes & Duchesses
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