:: Free Thrifty Christmas eBook filled with easy Vintage Ideas to DIY ::
How to Participate, Get Featured Next Week and Get Free Advertising & Promotion
The best of the party is really not my idea but from one of you: As you know, we have adopted the party etiquette of The Creative Muster which is loaded of giveaways and freebies for you, but also asks you to be a more active participant.
SHARE IT – Linky Party Etiquette
Here is the new party etiquette, with LOTS OF GIFTS FOR YOU!
SHARE IT Linky Party Badges
You can grab your party badge to post on your blog, or just use a text link. That’s fine too.
Click in the text box on the right, Ctrl A (to select all), and Ctrl C (to copy). Then, paste the code on your blog. Thank you for doing so.
As per always, your party host is Rose, from Fine Craft Guild.com. Please follow me. Here are my social media buttons:
This week’s linky party winner is Cecilia from My Thriftstore Addiction. Please follow her too. You’ll find her social media buttons on her blog, as well as the party feature. Cecilia is a published author of a book ‘When the Glass Slipper Shatters: Recreate Your Fairy Tale After Divorce’. Books like this can really bring a lot of healing and hope to those whose live has been a bit tougher than most: those dealing with abandonment, separation, divorce, low income and the struggles involved of single parenting. She shares and shows how to find a new you. If it of use to you, then you can find more about that on her blog.
And, on a much lighter note…..
This Week’s Party Feature
Cecilia shared her beautiful, thrifty and vintage home decorating ideas for Christmas with us in a lovely eBook with pictures, stories and DIY tutorials & tips. And that’s what we are celebrating this week. Inspiring, isn’t it?! She sure deserves to be the winner of this week’s linky party.
And here it is: Tada…
Free Thrifty Christmas eBook, filled with fun vintage decorating ideas to DIY this year
And this photo here gives you sneak peak into the book… super original Christmas bells made with layers of vintage cake tins. I just love these. A cheery red polka dot ribbon added and a Christmas tree ball in the center, and voila. Done. These would look great on their own, as a table centerpiece, on a wreath, etc.
SHARE IT 36 – linky party
This week’s party is here. You can use the social media buttons on each image to share your submission on social media and pin your idea.
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Thank you again for partying with us!! I appreciate you sharing your wonderful ideas. The party isn’t the same without you.
When you link up, this means that you love for us to Pin, G+ and/or otherwise promote your wonderful photos & ideas across social media platforms and on this blog, and you are giving us permission to use your photos and ideas for this purpose. Typically, themed-features will/can be promoted on an ongoing basis. Those that are featured in next week party in the party post are typically promoted during that party week. Exceptions apply.