November In Review

Happy Monday! Just in case you missed anything, today I’m sharing November in Review.

I started the month by sharing a few of the things that I’m crushing on

Numbered Plates

And I shared our Thanksgiving table setting

Thanksgiving Table Setting by The Wood Grain Cottage

Then I hosted a custom giveway from Moodswings Custom Jewelry. Congratulations to Marleen L! She was thrilled!

Moodswings Custom Jewelry

I shared my DIY Rosette Pillow, which has easily became one of my favorite pillows of all time. It’s so JOY-ful!

DIY Rosette Pillow by The Wood Grain Cottage

And then I showed just how easy those fabric rosette’s were to make

DIY Rosette Pillow by The Wood Grain Cottage

I love anything to do with a cutting board, so I made my DIY wood chargers to look like one…

DIY Handmade Wood Chargers by The Wood Grain Cottage

I love banners, but this time I made it out of metal. I absolutely love this thing!

How To Make a Metal Banner by The Wood Grain Cottage

One of my favorite furniture makeovers has been this little numbered side table. I still walk by it and smile.

Numbered Side Table Makeover by The Wood Grain Cottage

And last, but not least, I shared a sneak peek of our living room walls. Anthony and I spent a few days/nights working on them and I can’t wait to show you a bit more of them at our Christmas home tour.

DIY Living Room Board & Batten by The Wood Grain Cottage

And speaking of Christmas home tours, I’m going to be sharing mine on Tuesday… tomorrow! I can’t wait!

Christmas Party Tour of Homes

Here’s to December!

Shayna | The Wood Grain Cottage

Lovely comments so far...

  1. Great photos – and love the numbered side “table” – how unusual – must get Husband to see about making me one!

  2. I love your muslin rosettes. But I’m having trouble with them looking like yours! I probably have made a dozen that i would never use. So any suggestions would help. thank you

    • Hi Elaine! I’m so sorry that your rosettes aren’t turning out how you had hoped… I found that the “tighter” I was able to pull the fabric, while twisting it over to make the “folds”, the better the rosettes turned out! I hope that helps!
      Good Luck! ๐Ÿ˜€

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