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Friday, September 6, 2013

Creatively Made Home {Home for the Holidays}

Every August I start getting the itch to pull out my fall decor. So to stop myself from decorating to early, I start watching holiday movies instead with the kids, hoping that will keep me under control. September-December is my favorite time of year. I love decorating all year, but the fun holiday decor that comes out these couple of months just gets me giddy.

I love browsing through blog land at all the amazing holiday house tours, recipes, and parties. But I have a problem trying to pull that same atmosphere together in my house. Yes, I can throw up a couple of holiday pieces, but I really want the whole house to come together like something out of a Pottery Barn catalog. Seeing as I don't have the cash to buy it all, I need some help figuring out how to get it all to come together.

Of course, we can search Pinterest, and find a million ideas. But that is the problem. I don't need a million ideas. Just enough to turn my house into the cozy holiday home I know it can be.

In comes Creatively Made Home {Home for the Holidays}. It's an 3 week e-course put on by a group of amazing bloggers. Featuring Jen Rizzo, Jennifer O’Brien, Karianne from Thistlewood Farms, Jeanne Oliver, Anne Marie Klaske, Cathy Penton, Carol Spinski,  and Andrea Fowler.

The course will be $58 ($48 if you register early). It will be a 3 week course with 30+ videos, but you will have full access to the videos for one full year!

The course will include recipes, handmade decor, handmade gifts, and more! 

The course starts Oct. 1st. Just in time for holiday decorating.

The inspirational video's will include everything from recipes and decorating, to house photos of all 9 women, supply lists & pdf's for all projects, and even a digital recipe book. 

Visit Life in Grace to register. 

Labor Day I finally drug out all my fall decor. I couldn't wait any longer. I'm slowly getting it all up, while working on creating some new projects, like this photo wall. Hint: it will include chicken wire, burlap, and silhouettes. 

Looking forward to sharing the finished product with you and getting some new ideas from this e-course!

*In exchange for this blog post about the course I will be able to take the course for free. However all opinions expressed are mine. I personally cannot wait for this course to begin. As soon as I heard about their holiday edition I wanted to start decorating immediately. Hope you all join the party!*

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