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Modern Cottage Pink, Gold and White New Year's Tablescape

Good Morning Friends and thank you oodles for dropping by 😊.  Can you believe that we are on the brink of a new year; I am looking forward to all of the new opportunities and experiences that await each one of us. In anticipation and celebration of 2020, I have prepared a Modern Cottage Pink, White and Gold New Year’s table in our breakfast nook and added a pop of red for good luck! 
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Homemade Creamy Chicken Gnocchi Soup

Greetings Homemakers, Bakers, Crafters and Soup Makers ! It is officially Winter, so whether you are in the Low country or in the High Country, Winter means it is soup and stew season. Goodness, gracious do I have a recipe to share with you. If you like chicken and gnocchi well then, this Creamy Chicken Gnocchi Soup is perfect for you! (Copy Cat Olive Garden Soup ) is from one of my all-time favorite food bloggers Cooking Classy . So whether you are searching for a main dish, dessert or appetizer, I encourage you to visit Cooking Classy. Jaclyn's recipes are always successful and tasty too.
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Handmade Snow Globe Mason Jars

Hello and Welcome Sweet Friends! In this Christmas crafting post you will find colorful photos and easy instructions on how to make a sweet home-style snow-globe mason jar and as a added bonus a homemade peanut cluster recipe too! I want you to have this information for this weekend, just in case you were need of one last hand-made gift.  I recently made these nifty DIY Snow-globe mason jars for our Bunco group, neighbors, friends and naturally my hairstylist. I may have even put more candy in my hairstylist candy jar (shhhh…) I feel as though you understand 😊 I’ll say no more.
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A Farm Tale For A Gentle Christmas

December 16, 2019 Hello Dear Friends, how is the month of December treating you, I do hope very gently, tenderly and that you aren’t under too much stress. The Holidays are often a roller coaster ride of emotion, both good and not so good. My hope for you today is that you will sit back, relax and enjoy this Farmhouse Tale and a few photos of our 2019 Colorado Christmas Home.
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Holiday Homemaking Tips and Creating A Family Friendly Charcuterie Board

Hi Friends! Today Dave and I are just driving home after finishing up our marathon 3000 mile plus drive from Colorado to North Carolina and then on to Mississippi. Whew...we are tired! We so enjoyed our Southern family time so very much! So today, I am wondering what you are all up to? Finishing up decorating, Christmas shopping... All of this wondering has lead me to this blog post. I thought I'd share with you a few tips on Homemaking. These tips truly do help to simplify the Holiday season. Today I am also adding a little DIY  Family Friendly charcuterie board! Charcuterie Board includes olives, nuts, cheese, crackers, pickles, meats and jams.
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