Love this photo by Hannah Davis!


Husby and I are heading to Austin for a whirlwind trip to ring in the New Year with friends – the perfect way to wind down the holidays, especially since we don’t get to see these friends nearly enough, and we’ve definitely had a hankering for some of our favorite Austin food. And then it’s back home, and back to regular blogging! Until then, Happy New Year, lovelies!

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Christmas is upon us! Before I head out for the holidays, I wanted to share one last link round-up with you for 2011, and also to thank all of you for your support of Snippet & Ink. This blog wouldn’t be possible without the readers, contributors, and sponsors that help to make it what it is. So thank you! I hope that you enjoy reading Snippet & Ink as much as I enjoy working on it, and look forward to 2012 being even better.

Saturday Evening Post


Need a last minute Christmas gift? Print out some Arrested Development paper dolls.

Or dip and decorate some pretzels.

Rustic refined winter in Montana.

The hidden message of Jingle Bells.

Tiny snow books.

Charming printable gift tags.

Add some tinsel to your Photoshop, via poppytalk.

Find inspiration in the holiday issue of The Antiquarian Post.

The Postal Service has its problems, but I’d hate to see it go.

Vintage bling for a New Year’s Eve proposal?

Parsnip latkes with horseradish and dill. Nom nom nom.

Love this vintage handkerchief calendar from Mink Press, via Linda & Harriett.

The Turducken of cheese balls, via Hip Hostess.

Looking for a new holiday movie? Christmas in Yellowstone is breathtaking!


Merry Christmas, friends! See you in 2012!

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Before I head out for the holidays, a little sneak peek of the Winter 2012 issue of Martha Stewart Weddings

Here’s a little peek at Katy and Jeff’s Southern wedding, complete with Spanish moss, Carolina gold rice (the wedding venue was a former rice plantation), and lots of wonderful local vendors including Carol Hannah of Project Runway fame.

Is that not the most gorgeous invitation suite you’ve ever seen? By Sideshow Press, it’s the perfect balance of timeless simplicity and whimsy (I just love the Audubon details). See more from this beautiful wedding right here, and pick up the newest issue of Martha Stewart Weddings on newsstands now!


Cover photo by Sang An.
Story photos by Jessica Antola.
All photos, Martha Stewart Weddings, Winter 2012. Copyright © 2012.

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