Keeping it simple this season

This week, we're all about getting into the spirit of things. For the next few days, we'll be cleaning our studio, purchasing supplies and baking sweet treats in preparation for our Holiday Workshop. If, like us, you're looking to keep this festive season simple, then you'll want a little guidance from the masters of minimalism. Here are a few of our favorite sources:

image via tickled pickle

image via tickled pickle

Mother teams up with Half Hitch Goods to put together a Busy Gifting Guide brimming with homemade, handmade goodies.

Our favorite minimalist, Erin Boyle (Reading My Tea Leaves), talks us through buying fewer gifts with more thought.

And Odessamay Society shows us how to craft thoughtful wrapping paper with nothing more than butcher's paper, twine and vintage photos.

Beth Kirby of Local Milk shares affordable tabletop designs with Gardenista whilst Food52 runs us through all the necessities for a classic Holiday Tablescape.

Almost Makes Perfect is crafting the simplest, most charming triangle wreaths -- perfect for those of us not quite prepared for this beauty.  

And Apartment Therapy has collected a few charming ways to use your excess tree trimmings.

We'll be sharing Holiday ideas and inspirations with you all week and we'd love if you could join us this Saturday as we celebrate the season with Erin Boyle -- purchase your tickets here!

xx

Chelsey