What a wonderful week for our Round Up last week! I loved that we had some new faces here partying with us. I hope you're all looking forward to a relaxing holiday tomorrow, my holiday started today and can't wait for the food tomorrow and then the fun shopping Friday not to mention lots of family time. It's our last break until after the Nutcracker is finished at the end of December. I'm going to enjoy every minute of it.
Welcome to the Riverton Housewives Round Up #138!
We want to see it all! Recipes, crafts, organization, refashioning...whatever you can come up with!
After linking up, please take some time to check out some of the other link and share the love! :-)
We only have a few rules to play at our party!
~You must be a follower of our blog. (Feel free to follow us on Facebook too!)
~Please pick a couple of your favorite posts and link up. Just make sure it's nothing you've linked up with us before!
~Make sure you link back to our blog somewhere in your post or on your blog. (A text link will be fine, but we do have a great button over there on the right you can use too!)
~Please no giveaways or Etsy shops.
~And we'd love for you to check out a few other linkers to share the love!
If you have been featured, be sure to check out our Pinterest where we have pinned all your awesome creations!
Also as a reminder, if we can't save a photo or link to the URL we can't feature your awesome stuff.
So get to linking up! We can't wait to see all the amazing stuff you all have to share!
Here is what we LOVED from last Round Up!
Fynes Designs created the most beautiful Christmas Table Centerpiece. I'm wondering how quickly I could get one done for my table.
A Little House Living shared her Grandma's Peach Kuchen Recipe. I've never heard of this before but it looks so good I think I'm going to have to make it soon.
Look at how adorable this Paper Plate Pop Up Snowman craft that Crafty Journal shared with us. I know my kids would have a blast making these!
Our most viewed this week (by an impressive amount I might add) comes from Upstate Ramblings and is her Blueberry Cheesecake Recipe. I didn't always love cheesecake because it always seemed to have cherry toppings and that wasn't my favorite but then one day I had blueberry cheesecake and all of the sudden the love began. I can't wait to have Paula make this one (because I don't think I'm ready to tackle a cheesecake yet) and share it with me!
Now onto this weeks party!!! I can't wait to see what you're going to share this week. I'm thinking (hoping) there will be lots of fun Christmas recipes and crafts/projects for me to look through. Happy partying!!