Once again it’s time for Celebrate Your Story and we hope all is well in your corner of the world. Am I the only one that finds this time of year sort of blah? The hype and festivities of the holidays have passed and now it feels like we’re waiting for the next big holiday and season. Or is that just me? Even though there’s lots more winter to experience, I’m looking forward to spring. Bomb cyclones, sub-zero temps, and iguanas falling out of trees just aren’t fun. Stay warm my friends and let’s party!
Features From Last Week’s Celebrate Your Story
This Hot Corn Dip shared by Tracey from The Kitchen is My Playground sounds like a double batch would be in order.
Cold weather and comfort food go hand in hand. Jas from All That’s Jas whipped up the perfect dish to satisfy that craving. Check out her Must Have Scalloped Potato Recipe.
After the Christmas décor has been taken down and stored it’s sometimes a challenge to come up with non-holiday winter décor. Carol over at The Red Painted Cottage shared some Cozy Winter Décor ideas.
Floral design is not one of my strengths and I love that Barbara who blogs at Fair Meadow Place showed us how to Make a Winter Wreath from a Scarf. I think I can handle this one.
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Don’t forget to enter my Cole & Mason Giveaway.This 20 jar spice rack is a great addition to any cook’s kitchen and it looks pretty cool also. The giveaway runs until Tuesday, January 17th.
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