Another weekend has come to an end and it’s time to share all my Mitten Moments with you! I can’t wait for you to see what I have found!

My Personal Mitten Moments

I spent some time this weekend working on my Christmas decor. I have bins and bins of Christmas decor that I’ve collected over the years!

Please tell me I am not the only one!

Anyway, I’ve decided that this is the year…the year that I divide some of it between my kids and donate some that hasn’t been used in years. Trust me when I say that I will still have more than plenty leftover for myself!

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I started this past week by giving my oldest son the 9 ft artificial tree we always used when the boys were growing up. His home has high ceilings which is perfect for the tree. I know it will be well loved and new memories will be made while gathered around it. He was so grateful to get it and it makes my heart happy to pass it down to him and his sweet little family.

“Sometimes there are things that are too precious to let go”― Emi Zako

Are you a Yellowstone fan? The new season starts tonight and I can’t wait!

This Week On The Blog

Did you following along with our 10 Days of Christmas series?

My good blogging friends and I finished up on Thursday sharing all our winter greenery ideas. If you missed one of the post or the series, I’ve linked them all below.

10 Days of Christmas

A Few Of My Favorite Moments

Some of my favorites moments this week were wreaths and recipes! I can’t wait to share them with you!

Friends! I have the cutest DIY wreath for you! My good blogging buddy, Jennifer from Cottage on Bunker Hill shared How To Make A Bottle Brush Tree Wreath.

Isn’t it the most festive little wreath?!

Have you ever tried any no-bake recipes? My friend Jen from Midwest Style and Life shared her Easy No-Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake in a Jar.

If you love pumpkin flavored desserts, you’re going to love this one!

A perfect choice for Thanksgiving!

Look at this fun Make Your Own Beautiful Festive Wreath from my friend Tammy from White Lilac Farmhouse!

If you like to paint, this is a fun and easy project for you to accomplish!

Lastly, do you know my friend Amy from Amy Sadler Designs? If not, hurry over and check out her Cheap and Easy Christmas Dessert Charcuterie Board!

It’s easy, pretty, yummy and oh, so festive! You’ll want this one on your holiday serving menu!

And now…

Here are some other WONDERFUL moments I found:

These Free Thanksgiving Place Cards

This Holiday Coastal Tablescape

This Delicious Cranberry Bread

These DIY Cake Pop Ornaments

That’s all my Mitten Moments, for this week! I hope you enjoyed them all!

I’ll be sharing part of my home tour on Wednesday! Looking forward to seeing you all then!

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  1. What an amazing 10 days of Christmas! I love that you are passing down the tree. My Christmas bins are strewn about upstairs waiting for me to make up my mind on decorating! Have a great week!

  2. Kim that’s so great that you gave your tree to your son. I’m sure he will cherish it. I was thinking as I was drowning in bins and boxes this weekend that I need to do some downsizing too!!

    Thank you so much for sharing my cheesecake recipe. If you try it, you’ll have to let me know.


  3. Kim I can’t believe we survived those 10 Days of Christmas! So much work but so much fun!!! And yes, you are not alone I have a TON of Christmas bins too. Ha! Your son must be so happy to have that childhood tree…the legacy lives on! Thanks for sharing my place cards and Happy Almost Thanksgiving! Love you lots!

  4. It’s so sweet of you to give your kids holiday decorations, Kim! I know they appreciate having a suite of decor at the ready. I swear every time I walk into the aisle of the store and see something pink or glittery I get WAY off track so I know it helps to have everything coordinated and together. Thank you for sharing my cake pop ornaments. I really appreciate it! Hugs, CoCo

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