Friday’s Letters: Featuring OohLaLAcO


Dear OohLaLaCo:

Did you know this was my favorite Holiday Song?  I walk around singing it with my Elf hat on acting like a total fool…  Maybe I should think of snatching this up before one of my readers beats me to it!

falala bunting

Dear French Holiday PomPom:

You tots make me smile… like you would look amazeballz on my Muppet Tree…

Noel Pom Pom

Dear Happy Lucky Rainbow Pom Pom Garland:

Oh, how you make me smile!  It’s been a really sad, sad week… but seeing your cheerful colors on that gorgeous white brick fireplace make me feel like I could dance a jig or two!!!

granny garland

Dear Decorated with Love Christmas Heart Book Page Ornament:

You make my heart go pitter-patter… Book pages AND a heart?  Sigh….


Dear Personalized Glitter Bunting:

I wonder how you would look if you said,

“Yo. Sup?”

personalized bunting

or maybe, “Party like it’s 1999″…

I must think upon that…

Dear Bold Ones:

Isn’t Ali so amazingly talented and fun?  She’s got me wanting all of this and more… You must go visit her Etsy shop, OohLaLaCo and see what other amazing creations she has available!

And while you are at it… stop by her Blog,

My Third True Love and tell her she ROCKS!


P.S.  I have some really fun events coming up in the next week!

I’m partnering with some really amazeballs bloggers to share our Holiday Heirloom Recipies!  And we’ll be hosting a Holiday  linky party on Monday, December 10th for you to share your’s with us!  The holidays bring back such fond memories of baking and shopping and sharing time with my sweet family… and EATING loads of wonderful goodies!

I’ll be sharing my Grandmother’s Homemade Caramel Applesauce cake.  YUM-CITY yall!

And as a gift to you for being the awesomeness that you are, we’ll have a FREE Pdf Download of our Recipes for you to print and share and, perhaps, start some new Holiday Traditions for your own family!

I suggest the aforementioned Caramel Applesauce Cake….haha.

I hope you’ll open up the vaults of wonder and share your families goodness with us!


On Thursday, December 6th, I’ll be hosting a Google+ Hangout on how to make you own DIY Glitter Candles!

You’ll be able to watch it live right here.  And if you can’t make it on Thursday, don’t fret!  It’ll be recorded and you can come back and watch it at your convenience.

Hope yall have an awesome weekend…  Here’s to FRIDAY!

Ooops… not done yet!

I’ve also teamed up with some other wonderful blogger friends for a Jingle Bell Junk Swap!  We’ve all sent each other a “Vintage” item and are making a Christmas Decoration with it.

Come see what item I received from Andi at Jane of All Crafts and what I did with it!

And, yes… That’s all, folks!

I promise…

What the BOLD ones say:

  1. says

    one of my all time favorite etsy shops and etsy shop owners! ali is so talented and i feel like her shop has the greatest authentic look- it’s all whimsical and colorful and fun!

  2. says

    And I thought I was busy! Love all your Christmas inspiration and general hulabaloo :)

    Have a great day rock star!

  3. Tina says

    Pom poms just make me smile…especially a lot of them!
    You are making my head spin with all your flittin’ around doing this and that!
    Looks like fun, though!
    I’ll stop by the links and see all the fun stuff!

  4. says

    Ahhhhhhhh, thank you sooooo much for the love Gwen! You, my friend, are a rockstar!!!! can’t wait to see what we all did with our Junk! Hey – did you already send us that graphic for the swap so we can put it on our blogs??

  5. says

    1. The Jingle Bell button is awesome-grammas-applesauce-cake cool.
    2. I can’t wait for the recipes, since I never contributed any I can just make all new ones.
    3. If I would do a Friday letter today it would be to the tree light makers. I plugged the little strand in and it worked, so I wrapped the banister only to see when I was done half did not work. It’s a communist plot.


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