A fun & easy Winter craft to enjoy with kids
One of the first areas I am trying to be a little more intentional is by enjoying the Winter months a little bit more. I have been reading a lot about the Art of Danish Hygge (pronounces 'hooga') and it has really inspired me to enjoy this time of year by savoring a slower, more reflective time indoors. Winter came earlier this year in Michigan than it did last year and as much as I love the passing of all four seasons, Winter takes a toll on me!
I am ending the year with a recap of the top five favorite posts of 2016! A few days ago I shared a more personal recap of our year. We had alot of wonderful changes and are so grateful for all of the blessings we have. Thank you again following along with our journey! I hope you enjoy looking back on some of mine and your favorite posts!
It is so hard to believe that 2016 is coming to a close! We had so many changes happen to us in 2016. All of which we didn't foresee or really even plan for, we just had faith throughout the process that the timing of these changes presented themselves to us at a time when we were supposed to move forward with them.
I am so excited to share a project that I have been wanting to tackle for awhile. A couple weeks ago I asked a friend about coming over to make ornament wreaths with me. I spent a week gathering vintage ornaments at a few different thrift stores. Making the wreath really becomes inexpensive when you can by all the ornaments thrifted. Many of the boxes of ornaments only cost me $1.00 or $2.00 each.
I am here today sharing a tour of our very vintage Christmas home. Why vintage because practically everything I have decorated with has been made, thrifted, or picked from a flea market by me. Grab a your favorite beverage and get comfortable while I show you around our home.