All Things Vintage #15

We had our first frost in Delaware! It’s a beautiful scene to see first thing in the morning.

That gorgeous layer of frost over everything sparkles as the sun comes up.

And when you step on the frost, it crunches and crackles. I love that!

Each morning, I step outside to take a 3-mile walk. While I am out, I grab a quick photo of something beautiful I see, and then I share it in my Good Morning story over on Instagram. It’s a good way to start my day and to say ‘hello’ to my followers.

This week, I enjoyed that crackly, frozen goodness under my feet 😊 and beautiful fall trees all at the same time!

in the workshop

Here’s what I have been up to in my workshop. I hope you enjoy the fun projects!

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This week I also joined my friend, Anna, from to make another fabric wool wreath! We are sharing an Instagram Reel today and I am sharing this video. Anna shares a step-by-step tutorial on her blog so be sure to check it out in her blog post.

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what I’m reading

This book has been on my nightstand for evening reading and I am enjoying every single page! I will be sharing a book review of this book and many others coming next week! Stay tuned, these books will be on your wish list or someone you know for Christmas 😊

from the web

I came across some fun finds across the web this week. Check out the links below and tell them Cindy sent ya’!

one for the road

If you need a unique handmade Christmas stocking, here is one you will love! It’s made from a thrifted sweater and only costs about $5!

side view of DIY sweater stocking hanging from the mantle of a stone fireplace

happy weekend to ya’!

I hope that you have a lovely weekend as you prepare for the upcoming holiday season! Stay tuned to our blog, I have more easy projects coming your way including some quick, handmade gifts you can make for your friends and family!

Until next time…

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  1. Wow! You have been a busy little beaver. You have inspired me to get out and go for a walk today. I used to walk three miles every morning, but with blogging I tend to get to my desk super early in the morning. I’m working on balance. Hugs to you

    1. Yes!! Get out and walk – it is such a stress reliever. Blogging will be there when you get back 😊

  2. Lynn Vogeler says:

    Love everything you did this week. The drop cloth Christmas trees are so cute! I need to start my day with a walk (should have thought of that when it was nice). Even if I only do a 1/2 mile – that’s a start! #goals to work up to 3 miles!

    1. You won’t regret walking Lynn. It’s helping me in so many ways. I started walking 3 years ago and at first, I would walk 7 minutes in one direction, turn around and walk home. I figured 15 minutes was better than nothing! Thanks for your encouragment about our projects!

  3. So many cute projects, Cindy! I especially loved the drop cloth Christmas trees. BTW…I have the same book on my nightstand for bedtime reading. Isn’t it spectacular?!! So good! Happy Thanksgiving!

    1. Yes! It’s a great book! I have a home decor book review coming soon with lots of other books. Stay tuned and thanks for stopping by Kim!

  4. You sure had a busy blogging week, Cindy! I love your Christmas trees!

    1. We keep things hopping around here! Actually, I was behind in my weekly round-up 😊 Thanks for stopping by Marieza!

  5. So many fun links to dive into, Cindy! I LOVED Marian’s book and I can’t wait to hear what you think about it too. Getting books for Christmas always feels like the gift that keeps on giving. They’re so much fun! Love all your fantastic holiday posts this week too. They’re the perfect way to celebrate the season. Hope your holiday week is filled with all good things, CoCo

    1. You are so kind! Marian’s book is amazing and I have a stack of other amazing books I am excited to share this Saturday 😊 I hope your week is filled with all the love and gratitude this season brings. Thanks so much for stopping by 😊