Show & Tell No. 29: Holiday Projects

The last few weeks have passed by pretty quickly and I am grateful to all of you for being patient with me while I get my health/act back together. A lot of the medications I am taking are making it difficult for me to do much than peruse all of the beautiful projects online. Heaven bless all you talented peeps!

Show & Tell Highlights

I put up the holiday decor before I went into the hospital, but I am saving some of these pretty awesome ideas for next year…

I love these fabric holiday wall decals from It’s Always Autumn. So festive and fun!

Fabric Wall Decals Its Always Autumn

I love this sweet holiday Christmas card display from Rags to Stitches.

Love these DIY holiday garland ideas from Made in a Day.

And here are a few more great garland ideas from Tales of the Scotts.

I am afraid my guy wouldn’t appreciate a wreath even if it were this fun man’s wreath from Shop Ruby Jean.

I LOVE this awesome Santa Claus printable from The Scrap Shoppe. Awesome!

 I am starting to think about gifts for friends and neighbors and today I am sharing a few items that I think would be just perfect…

Check out these great cookie mix packages from It’s Always Autumn. She’s even got the cute printables available for download for free!

Cookie Mix Its Always Autumn

Love this “you’re gettin’ muffins for Christmas” neighbor gift from Love the Day. Hahaha.

Muffins for Christmas Love the Day

I’ve tasted this three ingredient peanut butter fudge from Our Thrifty Ideas – it’s great! I think I am going to make a few tweaks and share it with the family this week.

Peanut Butter Fudge Recipe

And…For sure I am making some of this yummy eggnog dip from One Sweet Appetite for my gingerbread men.

Thanks so very much for sharing your awesome posts! If you’d like, please feel free to grab a “featured” button for your site!

Show & Tell Linky

Ok friends, it’s time for you to show off your projects for the week. Let’s see what you’ve been up to.

  • Link any sort of craft or DIY projects or recipes, but make sure you link to the specific post, rather than your home page.
  • Please do not link projects that have been shared previously. Please don’t link up your own linky party.
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  1. Thank you so much for featuring my Christmas garland!!!

  2. Thanks so much for featuring my garlands!! You made my day! Happy holidays!

  3. Thanks a billion for featuring my Santa print, Tauni! You are the BEST!! Keeping you in my thoughts and hoping for a super quick recovery for you, my friend. :)

  4. Am I total dork that I can’t see where to upload to the link party? My post is here!

  5. Hi Tauni,
    As you know I am fairly new here, so I did not know that you were having any health issues. I do hope and pray that all gets better for you and you will certainly be in my thoughts and prayers :)
    Thank you so much for featuring my “Man’s Wreath” :)
    Have a wonderful rest of the week and a VERY Merry Christmas!

  6. Haha that holiday Man Wreath cracks me up!

  7. First time linking up! Thank you for hosting and merry Christmas!

  8. Thank you so much for hosting! Have a wonderful Christmas!

  9. Thank you for hosting. I hope you feel better soon. Have a wonderful Merry Christmas.
    Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile

  10. Love that man wreath and I may have had ahem 5 pieces of Vanessa’s PB fudge I guess that means I have to make a batch now

  11. Thanks for hosting, Tauni! Hope you’re feeling better and that you have a very, Merry Christmas!


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