Pinterest Feature Friday – PFF #59

Hello, hello! Michele here today!

Now that Thanksgiving is behind us, we’re ready to start up Pinterest Feature Friday again!
Did you miss us last week?
Well I have jam-packed feature for you today full of lots of Christmas goodies.

Today’s feature is T’onna from Navy Wifey Peters!
T’onna has 31 Pinterest boards and 1,942 pins!

Today we’re going to have a look at her Christmas Crafts board where T’onna has 151 pins.
And believe you me, you will not be disappointed!
Ready to look at some pins?
I am a wreath fanatic. And T’onna is my new best friend with all of the holiday wreaths she has pinned!
I will have them on my own Pinterest boards in short time.
How adorable is this reindeer wreath?
Pinned by T’onna from Etsy
One more wreath? I love this snowman/snowball wreath!
Pinned by T’onna from Etsy
Okay, I suppose technically this is a wreath shape
But it was too cute not to share!
Pinned by T’onna from Ruthie H
This little skirt is one hot mess of Christmas goodness.
I need one in my size!
Pinned by T’onna from Etsy
How adorable is this ruffled ribbon tree applique?
Perfect for the little ones!
Pinned by T’onna from Leafy Treetop Spot
You won’t believe how easy these burlap bows are to make!
They would look lovely on my Christmas gifts this year.
Pinned by T’onna from Live.Laugh.Rowe
Now here is a unique upcycle.
Make a Christmas stocking from an old pair of jeans!
Pinned by T’onna from Nebraska Views
Speaking of Christmas stockings…
These upcycled potato sack stockings are so shabby chic!
Pinned by T’onna from Crystelle Boutique
Catch the video tutorial for this upcylced tin can and record snowman hat.
Isn’t it darling?
Pinned by T’onna from Allred Design
What wonderful pins!
Thanks so much for linking up to the Pinterest party, T’onna!
Be sure to grab a featured button.

Have you joined the Pinterest Master List yet? Who knows, maybe you’ll be our next feature!



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