to make their latest release even sweeter, they’re offering ghtr readers an exclusive discount! enjoy 10% off site-wide by using the coupon code “Spool” at checkout. enjoy!
aren’t these window decals to die for? if i had a coffee shop, boutique or any kind of store front, you can bet i would be ordering one of these to add some holiday spice to the atmosphere. perfectly whimsy in every way, something about these just get me in the christmas spirit.
on a slightly smaller scale, attik 72 also offers a bundle of designs in greeting cards, tea towels, stickers and stationary. i always have fun each year planning our christmas cards, and these inspire me in so many ways. what are you planning for cards this year? are you going store bought or getting crafty?
charmaine olivia is a self-taught san franciscan artist, and the way she perfectly portrays these painted ladies speaks to me deeply. showing emotions that can’t be put into words, i love the face she gives to each of them.
in addition to her more colorful work, she draws the most beautiful and feminine silhouettes, and you can buy the originals right in her shop. with obvious nautical, woodland and native themes, i can’t even begin to pick my favorite!
happy cyber monday, lovelies! today i thought i would share with you some online deals shared by other handmade artists. first up, is a little discount for my etsy shops!
10% off everything at la famille at home! use coupon code BEMERRY at checkout.
15% off at city chic country mouse! use code THANKS2010 at checkout.
20% off at oh, buckets until 10pm cst- enter code XMAS2010 at checkout!
20 items on sale for $20 each at spool no. 72! ends at midnight pst, all sales final, while supplies last.
25% off your entire purchase at green rainbow! use coupon code GCYBER.
having your own cyber monday special?
whether you’re having a sale or just want to share your favorites, please let us know about them in the comment section!
thanksgiving is over and the leftovers are gone. today, most of us will return to our normal schedules and see that the hype of the holidays is upon us. before the busyness sets back in, i want to take a moment to give thanks. there are so very many things that i am thankful for, and i know i don’t say thank you enough. today and always, i am thankful for:
my husband, my light, my love and my life entertainment
my mom and dad, for the selfless love they give
my sister and how she makes me laugh
my grandma, and all the times we spend in the kitchen
my mom, dad & sister-in law for the inspiration and laughter they spread
great food and a family that loves to cook
toaster, and his willingness to snuggle
our jobs, and the way they fulfill us
safe travels, for the many miles we drive
great tasting coffee on cold mornings
having a deeper desire within me to do better and be a better person
for you, and your faithfulness- and how you make me smile!
for every blessing in our lives, that too often get overlooked.
what are you thankful for this thanksgiving?
hello lovelies! did you have a happy thanksgiving? i spent the entire day cooking with my mom, and today i’ll be doing the same with my mom-in-law. before i dash off to more great food, i wanted to pop in and share a little special with you!
for black friday and cyber monday, enjoy 20% off both ghtr etsy shops: home to roost and the kitchen roost, valid friday nov. 26th through monday nov. 29th at midnight. discount will be refunded promptly via paypal. happy shopping!
having your own holiday sale? please share yours or your favorites with us in the comment section!
even though our homes and hearts are filled with thanksgiving, it’s time to start thinking about christmas cheer as well. soon, we’ll be gathering holiday stamps and begin sending christmas cards to our friends and families, and i love these vintage inspired ones by rifle paper company. with beautiful typography, pretty colors and scenes reminiscent of a simpler time, these cards are sure to bring back nostalgic memories.
as we all are traveling, cooking and spending time with family, i’ll be taking the rest of the week off to celebrate thanksgiving with our families. i may be popping in with a post or two, and a possible surprise on friday (wink wink), but until then, i wish you all a beautiful holiday and wonderful times with your loved ones.
during our visit last week, my sister and i had some of the most delectable butternut squash soup we had ever had, and decided to try to recreate it ourselves for thanksgiving. in search for a similar recipe, i found this butternut squash soup recipe from one of my favorite cooking blogs, roost. it’s accompanied by pear, cider & vanilla and sounds like the perfect addition to our family meal this thursday.
are you trying anything different for your thanksgiving meal this year?