Have you planned the holiday menu yet? I’ve still to test a few recipes, but it’s coming together. Below are some gorgeous examples on how to dress up a simple cake for Christmas.
By Hannah of Domestic Gothess:
By Erin of Erin Made This:
Photo by Ruth Black via Stocksy:
By Tessa of Style Sweet CA:
By Joanna of Liebesbotschaft:
Hello December! Can’t get over how cute these mini gingerbread house mug toppers are. All you’ve got to decide is what to fill your cups with: hot chocolate, coffee or mulled wine?
By Bake Noir:
Photo by Rumiana Bosseva, via Flickr:
By Caitlin of Glitter Guide:
By Eure Vivienne of Piepmatz Blog:
This year I’m seriously considering a minimal festive decor with more greenery and less everything shiny, starting with the Christmas wreath. Who even said it has to be circular, right?
By Marij of My Attic:
By Leesa of The Makers Society:
By Rachel of Made From Scratch:
By Fleur McHarg via Vogue Australia:
By Francesca of Fall For DIY:
🎶 I’m dreaming of a white… 🎶
and black Christmas!
By Dani of Ein klitzeklein(es) Blog, photo: Herr K.
By Nadine of Herz Allerliebst: Via Pinterest:
Via Detail Collective: Via 30 Something Urban Girl:Happy weekend!
Time to start thinking of those wish lists, and the pretty gift wrap options! Which of these styles resonate with you?
Powdery hues by Elisabeth Heier:
Natural and stylish by Abi of These Four Walls:
Modern in glacier blue via Pinterest:
DIY paint flicked by Toni of The Pretty Blog:
Pretty in copper by Cox & Cox:
November brought along the first frost this week. It’s time we cozy up!
DIY Giant Tassel Throw by Bre of brepurposed:
Wool Bedspread via Etsy:
Luxury herringbone throw via Pinterest:
Throw Blankets as Decorating Essentials by Liz of Love Grows Wild:
Making Guests Feel Welcome by Kristi of Making It in the Mountains:
Have you seen Zara Home‘s Holiday Collection? Guess it’s not yet not too early for Christmas, but these are just so pretty I have to show you:
Candelabra with clear square base:
Cutlery with white handle:
Porcelain three level serving dish with mistletoe motif:
Mistletoe print table runner:
Napkin rings with burgundy berry details:
Robust and earthy red-brown marsala was Pantone’s Color of the Year back in 2015, but luckily nature reproduces it for us over and over again, especially this time of the year.
Raspberries (image via Tumblr):
Hydrangeas (photo by Liam Rimmington):
Macarons (image via Pinterest):
Wool yarn (image via Etsy):
Wedding menu (photo by Lani Elias):
I get all the feels when I walk on the street deep in thought and suddenly smell fresh bread. I love bakeries so much! And would you just look at these… Lutz is originally a geologist, who started baking bread as a hobby and now has this amazing website Plötzblog. You’ll find the recipes for all of these beaties there (in German, but google is at your service).
Rustic Baguette Rolls:
Potato and Splet Rolls:
Whole Wheat Baguettes:
Overnight Spelt Rolls:
Pumpkins, pumpkins, and let’s see… more pumpkins? And not just the pie, but some decor as well!
Chalk Paint Pumpkins by Shaunna of Perfectly Imperfect:
DIY Decorated Pumpkins by Caitlin of The Glitter Guide:
Pumpkin Centerpiece by Courtney of French Country Cottage:
Neutral centerpiece via Freshideen:
Fabric Covered Pumpkins by Liz of Love Grows Wild: