{link party} The Creative Circle - Week 43

Welcome to The Creative Circle link party - a place to share and find inspiration for your home! 

I hope that everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend, spending time with family and friends and those you love most! As you know, we took a break from The Creative Circle last week, but we are back and ready PAR-TAY! And since we know that most everyone is now in full-swing with holiday decorating, we've got some features I know you are going to love...four fabulous handmade ornaments!

Christmas Ornament DIYs

You'll find the the details of each featured project below, and be sure to link up for a chance to be featured next week!

Bloggers, show us what you've got! We are eager to share your DIY, decor and design projects! Our favorites will be showcased at next week's party, via our social media platforms and pinned to numerous Pinterest group boards and to a special board for maximum exposure.

The Crative Circle Link Party

And readers, you've come to the right place, because today the blog is going to filled with endless home inspiration from all over blogland! Please stick around and check out some of the links at the end of this post {and when you do, tell them we sent you}.


Angela @ Blue i Style || Pinterest || Facebook || Twitter || Instagram || Google+
Kathy @ Up To Date Interiors || Pinterest || Facebook || Twitter || Instagram || Google+
Deb @ Seeking Lavender Lane || Pinterest || Facebook || Twitter || Instagram || Google+
LZ @ The Summery Umbrella || Pinterest || Facebook || Twitter || Instagram || Google+
Jennifer @ The Striped House || Pinterest || Instagram || Google+


Feel free to pin the above round-up image; but if you wish to pin any of the individual projects features, please click through an pin from the original source!

 We are featuring unique ornament DIYs to get you excited about the holidays. How to Make Ice Ornaments from Dandelion Patina is such a cool way to decorate an outdoor tree and is the perfect winter activity to do with your family. She includes other nature friendly tree trimmings in this creative post that you won't want to miss!


 Do you enjoy adding rustic touches to your Christmas decor? Two Bees in a Pod shared how to create Stacked Wood Slice Christmas Tree Ornament using natural elements. We love the texture and interest the ornaments add to their tree. 

These cute as a button ornaments from Karen's Up on the Hill are a great way to create DIY ornaments taking advantage of your button stash. They add a fun boho-vintage feeling to her farmhouse style. 
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Just Cuz was inspired by Japanese culture when she created this Paper Crane Ornament using supplies from the 100 Yen store ($1 store!). Make sure to stop by to learn more about the tradition of origami paper cranes and check out the easy to follow tutorial.

Please pin these awesome features from their original source.

If you did get featured this week, we have a nifty button to add to your blog!
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We can't wait to see what you've got for us this week!
Want to be featured?  Please follow these rules:

Link up to 3 posts (not your homepage) of your favorite creative posts about DIY, Decor, and Design (no recipes/food related posts) from your blog.

No repeats, giveaways, or Etsy shops please!

Pin any of the above features or posts from their original source. 
(You must do this to be featured.)

Grab the Creative Circle button and link back to the party.

Visit other links and tell them you stopped by!
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**Thanks SO much for linking up with us! By sharing your link at this party, you give your hostesses permission to use one or two of your images as features in future posts, roundups, and/or across social media {with proper credit and links directly back to your post, of course}. By linking up you are also giving us permission to email you a weekly link party reminder.

Now let's party!