Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Share Your Style Party {No. 92}

Hey all and a big welcome to the 92nd Share Your Style link party! Wow, we are only one week away from the beginning of the holiday season and the creativity out there in blogland is definitely in overdrive. 

This week your host is me, Barbara from 21 Rosemary Lane, and I can't tell how pumped I am to be here. I am stepping in this week for Kelly from the blog The Essence of Home, as she was so gracious as to take over for me a few weeks ago as your party host. (My official shout out.) Thank you Kelly!!


Every link up to SYS will be featured on our 5...count 'em... FIVE different blogs.


We here at Share Your Style love hosting and adore seeing all of your amazing and creative styles. Each week is a true challenge to single out just a few featured posts to share with all of you, our party goers. So without any delay here are...


The first feature comes from Anita over at the lovely blog Cedar Hill Farmhouse. Anita shared with us how to arrange furniture in a small space. This is her office and it looks so very cozy.


The next featured link is this beautiful Thanksgiving tablescape using burnished copper from Lory over at Designthusiam.



And with Thanksgiving just around the corner along with the holiday season I decided chose another inspiring and romantic tablescape from the blog Reinvented.


The final feature this week is a yummy app-a-teezer of miniature Mexican Fried Ravioli from the blog Hey Fitzy.


Now it is on to the P A R T Y!


Make sure to have a link back to Share Your Style somewhere in your post and please take a few minutes to visit other party goers.


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