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Tuesday Turn About #178 Christmas Decorating Ideas

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Christmas Decorating Ideas! Sharing a beautiful collection of creative and festive Christmas decorating ideas! Tuesday Turn About Link Party #178

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Hello Friends and welcome to this week’s Tuesday Turn About! I hope you are enjoying this Thanksgiving week!

I want to take this opportunity wish you a beautiful Thanksgiving. I hope your Thanksgiving is filled with peace, joy, and happiness. I am so thankful for you and want you to know how much I appreciate you!

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In case you missed it, we got crafty with some fun and creative seasonal craft ideas. You can learn more HERE! We also started sharing some holiday inspiration. You find it all HERE. And, last week it was beginning to look a lot like Christmas! You can see all of the features HERE.

This week is all about Christmas decorating! Today I am sharing a beautiful collection of posts, all featuring creative and festive Christmas decorating ideas!

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Be sure to head over to My Wee Abode and Reinvented Delaware to check out EIGHT additional features from Tuesday Turn About! If you haven’t been featured at My Family Thyme this week, you may have been featured there!

Before we check out this week’s new features, let’s get some helpful tips.

Holiday Baking Tips

In preparation for holiday baking season, I have been sharing some helpful baking tips. This simple tip will help keep brown sugar soft. You might like this tip to soften butter quickly. This trick will help make cold butter easier to work with while making a pie crust. You may find this baking product to be very helpful. Last week I shared this tip for preventing cookie dough from getting stuck in your cookie cutters and cookie scoop.

Today, I have a simple tip for you. For best results, be sure to use the correct measuring cups. Dry ingredients should be measured in dry measuring cups only. However, liquids can be measured with either. Measuring spoons can also be used to measure both wet and dry ingredients.

Here are some of my favorite baking products to help you. Happy Holiday Baking! 🙂

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My Family Thyme

collage of Christmas dining room table and diy jingle bell ornament

Decorate the Dining Room Table for Christmas | DIY Jingle Bell Ornament

My Wee Abode

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How to Paint Custom Ornaments for Your Christmas Color Palette |
DIY Velvet Ornaments – Two Ways

Reinvented Delaware

handmade Christmas tree ornamnents

Rustic Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas | Easy Beaded Ornaments

Tuesday Turn About Features

The Twelve Posts of Christmas

Amber from Follow the Yellow Brick Home shared her top “12 Posts of Christmas” (the best of the holidays at Follow The Yellow Brick Home). You will love this round-up of beautiful Christmas ideas! There is so much inspiration in each gorgeous photo!

Christmas dining room decorated with dough bowl and candlesticks

How To Make A Gingerbread Snow Globe Centerpiece

Jen from Midwest Life and Style Blog shared an easy hack to turn a thrifted Christmas village house into gingerbread to create a snow globe centerpiece. Head over to learn How To Make A Gingerbread Snow Globe Centerpiece. You will love this adorable DIY!

diy gingerbread snowglobe centerpiece

Christmas Theme Ideas

Have you ever chosen a theme for your holiday decorating? Kim from Perfecting Places shared Christmas Theme Ideas for Decorating for the Holidays. In this post, Kim shared how to choose a Christmas decorating theme, along with some of her favorite Christmas theme ideas for decorating your home this year! So many great ideas in one post!

topiary with red plaid ribbon on side table

French Country Christmas Tree

If you love blue and white, you will be inspired to incorporate the colors into your holiday decor! Lynn from Living Large in a Small House shared her fabulous French Country Christmas Tree. I love the handmade ornaments and the gorgeous ribbon Lynn used!

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6 Comments

  1. Lynne, thank you for always hosting such a fun party, and for featuring my gingerbread snow globe centerpiece this week. I love how it turned out, and I hope it brings other joy and inspiration for the season too. Happy Thanksgiving to you!

  2. Lynne,
    Happy Thanksgiving!!
    Thanks again for hosting this charming party every week! I know how much time goes into doing so and I want you to know that it I truly appreciate it!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

  3. Sending wishes from Canada to you and your family for a happy Thanksgiving, Lynne!

  4. Lynne, thank you so much for featuring my post this week! I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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