Sunday, December 21, 2014

Holiday Pinsperation

I've been finding a lot of great holiday inspiration on Pinterest lately.  So I started a few boards of my own to capture the spirit of the season.

First up is gift inspiration.

Lots of bloggers out there have been posting gift guides and ideas and their have been helpful and a lot of fun to see what's out there on Pinterest.

Holiday Gift Guide
Of course it might be a little late for that now. But it's definitely not too late to bake some cookies!

The Christmas Cookie Exchange
For all other inspiration like DIY, recipes, festive drinks, decor and just cozy photos. I've created a Home for the Holidays board.

Home for the Holidays
But there are tons of great Holiday boards out there, so here are a few of my favorites.

"Holidays" by the adorable Emily Schuman of Cupcakes and Cashmere


Lots of cozy scenes and decor in "Holidays" by Chairish.com


Some mouth watering "Holiday Recipes" by Food52.com


Great gift wrap ideas in "Top Christmas Present Wrapping Ideas" by The Christmas Boutique


Lots of gorgeous and yummy looking ideas for the Christmas Cookie Exchange by Lori


Awe inspiring photos of "Christmas in York" by Kate Dunphy of Taffeta and Tulips


And I can't resist.. "Christmas in Paris" by Trudy McDonald





4 comments:

  1. so many different gifts! I like when there is plenty to choose from! eyes diverge, that would be such a purchase

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  3. Oh my God, there's so much cool pictures! So much inspiration! I can't, I want Christmas come just NOW!))) Want to decorate a house, bake cookies, dress up Christmas tree and cover the whole roof with lights. Gosh, I love Christmas so bad. I think I'm Christmas-addicted)) But I need to Rush my essay reviews instead

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