WOW! It’s time to announce the winner of the Christmas Challenge!!
In celebration of 1,000 Followers, we are giving away a pack of Shaunna valued at $100 +! There were 94 entries, and I enjoyed every single one. There were a few that weren’t comment enabled, so please know I visited and wanted to leave you a comment…thank you guys SO VERY MUCH for linking up to the Christmas Challenge!! It really does mean the world to me.
A special thanks to my bud Ashley from Pure + Lovely for guest judging! We agreed there’s so much talent and beauty out there, we wanted to look for unique, meaningful, and unexpected Christmas decor and projects.
And the winner is….
Lindy at Cottage Hill!
Oh, this was so hard to finally choose, but Lindy’s decor was subtle and unexpected…and her whole hearth looks like it came straight out of a Traditional Home holiday issue. Congrats, Lindy! You’ve got until Monday to contact me at email@example.com so I can get your prizes on the way!!
And remember I told you about a suprise? Well, because there was another project that I equally loved and admired for its exquisite craftmanship, I’ll be sending another Purdy XL Club to…
Robin at Happy at Home!! Congrats, Robin!! Same deal…get in touch with me by Monday so I can ship your new (incredible) paintbrush!!
We certainly couldn’t choose winners without mentioning some other favorites. Again, I truly loved every link, so I tried to choose projects or decor that were unexpected and unique.
Crazy cool Christmas dining room at All Things Home. Loved her use of salvage and flea market finds…beautiful!
Gorgeous and seamlessly connected Christmas decor at Restoration House…it’s got me dreaming of a white Christmas!
I can’t imagine how long this intricate and unique advent calendar took. Check out Under the Table and Dreaming for the full details and more pics!
Another fun and totally kid-awing advent at Second Time Furniture!
Loved Kim’s Savvy Southern Style sunroom decor, but what drew me in were the pillows on her couch. I know, kinda like me…but it can be tricky to mix fabrics and textures, and she pulls it off beautifully all the time!!
These last few were not only beautiful to look at, but there was some special meaning and tradition to celebrate. I fell in. love. with them!!
The Christmas Wagon at 3 Sun Kissed Boys
Children’s Advent House at Uruguay Life
Peace Grain Sack Ornaments at Primp
This may have been my favorite sentimental entry and a lovely tradition to start for your little ones. You have to go check out this Christmas Tradition Ornament Box at Tracy’s Trinkets and Treasures!
Again, THANK YOU all for entering the Christmas Challenge and for sharing part of your holiday here at Perfectly Imperfect!
I’ve got another small and more sentimental present coming your way in the next couple of days and I suppose it’s time for you to get a tour of the simple Christmas we’ve added to our home this year.
Have a happy (and Christmas-ey) Saturday, friends!