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Looking Back at November

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Hi Friends!  For all my US friends, I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.  I’ve enjoyed taking a few days away from blogging and the computer and just hanging out with family and friends.  Next week I’ve got lots of fun projects and Christmas goodies to share with you, but today we’re looking back at November.  This is a great time to pin those Thanksgiving goodies for next year.

Projects, Recipes and Freebies in November at Domestically Speaking

I started off November sharing my cute Autumn Pumpkin Printable.

Free Chalkboard Pumpkin Printable

I got nostalgic with my Grandma’s Recipes turned décor.

Turning Grandma's Recipes into Decor

This fun, free printable is great for the kiddos on Thanksgiving… a Thanksgiving Goodie Bag

Thanksgiving Goodie Bag Printable

I shared a tutorial on how to add kitchen storage with kitchen sink tip-outs.

How to Install Kitchen Sink Tip Out

I had fun painting up a armoire I scored free from a neighbor.

Free Amoire Makeover with Paint

I shared how to create a Thanksgiving Tablescape

How to Create a Tablescape

I gave a tutorial on how to made these festive corn husk place cards

Corn Husk and Chalkboard Place Card for Thanksgiving

Mini Pumpkin Spice Cakes with Cinnamon Cream Cheese  Icing are the perfect fall treat.

Mini Pumpkin Spice Cakes with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Icing

I shared a roundup of 16 recipes you can make with refrigerated biscuits

16 Recipes with Refrigerated Biscuits

This snow buddies are so cute made from sweater scraps and burlap…. Sweater Snowmen

Sweater Scrap and Burlap Snowmen

and I finished up sharing another free printable for your Thanksgiving décor…

Thanksgiving Proclamation Printable

Thanksgiving Proclamation Printable.

Thanks for stopping by friends!

One Comment

  1. *Sigh* Oh how I wish I were from the US! I love the idea of Thanksgiving but have never been able to get my family and friends onboard here in Australia (none of us are American, so I can’t really blame them!).

    I’m only a recent reader of your blog, so posts like this are great for trying to catch up on what I may have missed – I checked out the original posts for ‘Grandma’s Recipes turned decor’ and the painted armoire because they looked really interesting! Thanks for sharing, I’ve truly enjoyed myself.

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