At the Hearth and Soul Link Party, you can share blog posts old and new, about anything that feeds the soul. This includes – but is not limited to – family, home, recipes, decorating, crafts, DIY, travel, organisation, book reviews, the arts and self improvement.
Whatever holidays you celebrate, I hope you are enjoying the season as well as all the holiday gifts and treats! This week on the blog I’ve shared tips and recipes to help you make the most of this time of year.
Does the idea of having lots of people round to your home for holiday dinners or parties make you break out in a cold sweat? Don’t miss my easy tips to help you enjoy Holiday Entertaining Without Stress – the key to a happy holiday season for you, your family and friends!
Fancy a bit of seasonal baking for holiday gifts and treats?
I gave little bags of these delicious Orange Gingerbread Crinkle Cookies out as parting gifts at our annual Christmas drinks and nibbles party this year. They were very well received!
This cake looks special – and it is – but it’s also very easy to make!
Just bake my Chocolate Banana Bundt Cake recipe in a seasonal baking tin and dredge in icing sugar once it’s cool. Easy peasy. Watch this space for more holiday gifts and treats!
Thank you to you all for visiting and sharing. I really appreciate your kind support of Hearth and Soul.
Holiday Gifts and Treats Featured Posts
Holiday gifts and treats features (from top left, clockwise):-
Put some of this White Chocolate Turtle Popcorn from Nancy of On The Home Front in pretty gift bags and tie with ribbons to share with family and friends, but be sure to keep some for yourself as well.
There’s something so gorgeous about homemade decorations, especially these sweet Crochet Christmas Mitten Ornaments from Julie’s Creative Lifestyle. These would make lovely gifts too.
Another easy to make gift, these pretty Mason Jar Luminaries from My Slices of Life are perfect all during the cosy season. You can switch up the decorations to personalise them as well.
It’s all about family food during the holidays. Take a trip down memory lane with Kathi at Oak Hill Homestead as she searches for her late Mom’s gingerbread recipe in Not My Mother’s Gingerbread.
The Hearth and Soul Link Party
Please help me get the word out about the party on social media using the buttons at the top and bottom of this blog post. There is no obligation, but it helps the party and my blog when you share or provide a link back to AprilJHarris.com.
Linking your posts here means you consent to me featuring your posts and photos on my blog and social media. I always include credit and a link to your blog.
Please share your blog posts about anything that feeds the soul!