"We all have our time machines. Some take us back, they're called memories.
Some take us forward, they're called dreams."
Welcome to the 76th Time Travel Thursday linky party at The Brambleberry Cottage!
Are you ready to share your fondest memories, grandest dreams,
and most creative projects? Great!
Well, I promised I would give you a double feature this week, and
I aim to deliver! So let's revisit some of our talented time travelers
from the last two weeks.
Sometimes you have to play around a bit to
get just the look you want from your decorations.
Susan @ Compulsive in Texas had a good thing goin' with her handmade
sign but decided to keep tweaking her mantelscape...until
it was "screaming Christmas"!
Kirsty @ Coral and Coast decorated her lovely holiday table with a
"nod to nautical." Even her dog, Harley, made a contribution—the faux
driftwood in the center—to this pretty tablescape.
When I visited BJ @ Sweet Nothings, I was a bit taken back by her serene
silver and white decorations. Now there wasn't a thing wrong with
them, mind you. They were absolutely gorgeous! But I've come to know BJ
as a "colorful" person—in both her decorating and personality.
True to nature, she didn't disappoint. Further into the post, I
discovered the pretty pops of color I've come to
expect from this sweet—and colorful—lady.
Seeing these festive, frosted Christmas lights made me smile.
I hope they will bring the same response from you. ; )
Want to know how to create this special effect?
Visit Snowflakes and Dragonflies for the how-tos.
I dare say, there is nary a one of you who has never heard of
Rice Krispie treats. But have you EVER
seen them in such a fun shape?!
Trish @ Sweetology comes up with the absolute cutest
Now that she's three-years-old, I'm on the lookout for simple craft ideas
to explore with my precious granddaughter when she visits.
This glittery snowflake—made by Kimberly @ Creating Home—is
something that will be fun to work on as we're
creating memories for a lifetime.
Are you still scrambling for a few last minute gifts? Want a
decorative item that you can make and use beyond Christmas?
This super simple project from Andrea @ The Cottage Market
might just be your answer.
Having been a serious recycler for many, many years, I'm always
looking for ways to reuse rather than dispose of.
But I must admit, I would never have thought to reuse the material that
Myric @ Petites Passions used to create this
sweet little tree.
Did you ever participate in a sleepover when you were younger?
Well, Delightful Deets shared snippets from a Snugglerama—a grownup version—that
made me want to gather a bunch of my gal pals and relive my youth.
Maybe I should just have my own Snugglerama right here at
The Brambleberry Cottage next summer...and invite all of you.
Watcha think? ; )
OK, show us your craftiness for this week!
IF YOU LINK TO THE PARTY, PLEASE BE SURE TO LINK BACK TO
THE BRAMBLEBERRY COTTAGE ON YOUR BLOG.