Wednesday Weekly Wish List #75

Your weekly dose of new ideas, helpful hints, favorite items, and tidbits of wisdomfrom a trio of lifestyle bloggers who love to share! 

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Ann | On Sutton Place

chicken florentine soup in bowls

1.) Are you ready to add some seasonal decor to your home? I just put together a giant collection of more than 50 free Christmas printables, and I promise there is something for everyone. I finally went through every single Christmas printable ever offered on OSP. Some from the early years were low resolution, and had to be discarded. All the remaining high resolution Christmas printables are part of this new collection and available now!

2.) FAVORITE QUOTE: “When we strive to become better than we are, everything around us becomes better too.” ~Paul Coelho

3.) INSPIRING SPACES: the bows on this Christmas tree are so beautiful, this blue and gold Christmas living room is perfection, this elegant yet welcoming Christmas living room is full of inspiration, and the touches of Christmas in this bedroom are cozy and festive.

4.) Some of your favorites so far this month: this KitchenAid mixer is at the lowest price I’ve seen in a couple of years. It’s on sale until November 28th. You loved this Joyspun quilted set that I featured in my guide to loungewear for women. You also scooped up this Joyspun t-shirt. I was so glad you liked all the fun colors featured for the holidays at J.Crew Factory, especially this button-collar tunic sweatshirt.

5.) If you have someone special who loves to garden, a wonderful and thoughtful gift is a book on gardening or flower arranging. Here are my favorites: from Floret Farm, A Year in Flowers. This is a gorgeous book that shows you how to design arrangements for every season. Also from Floret Farm, Cut Flower Garden. These two books are treasures. I also love PeoniesBeautiful Varieties for Home, and Garden Maker, which shows you how to grow beautiful things. For the herb gardener: The Healing Garden.

6.) After tomorrow, if you have leftover turkey, here are a few ideas for putting it to good use. Substitute turkey for the chicken in this very easy Chicken Florentine soup, It would be delicious to make this chicken salad recipe with turkey, and lighten things up by using turkey in this chicken Caesar pasta salad.

7.) Here is another really fun way to wrap a small gift!

8.) We are celebrating a combined Thanksgiving and Christmas this weekend with the grandchildren. I’ll tell you what has been a game-changer for me when I was wrapping presents…this set of red boxes. They are reasonably priced, really easy to use, and they look so pretty. Of course, I’m going to ask the kids to please leave the boxes at Grandma’s!

9.) That’s it for me. I hope everyone has a peaceful Thanksgiving!

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  1. So many great ideas. Thank you