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Thursday, December 13, 2012

{Book Review} The Farm Chicks Christmas





What is a Farm Chick?
A Farm Chick is a girl who sees the world through rose-colored glasses.  She loves her family. She laughs a lot. She's farm girl meets Fifth Avenue and with a little style, she'll change the world. From homey decorations to irresistible homemade treats, THE FARM CHICK CHRISTMAS will help you usher in this festive season with style.

The Farm Chick Christmas book is filled with vibrant photos and details, of Christmas cheer! I love that the book reminded me of my own days of youth and memories of cutting down a live Christmas tree at a local tree farm. It is amazing how a splash of color, sparkle, of touch of whimsy can decorate every inch of your property! Have you considered decorating a green house or detached garage? I haven't  but with simple outdoor decorations it is possible and absolutely easy! 

The Farm Chick Christmas, has tips and hints on how to use up-cycled  vintage, collections or household items to create beautiful country inspired crafts and decorations! Quick and easy craft ideas, will leave you wondering why on Earth didn't I think of that! New ideas and color combinations, will send you running to your nearest antique shop to find items from your youth or something your Grandmother once shared with you. I love that this book, reminds us to share the Holiday Season in a way that fits our family, and engage  those we invite into our homes with what makes us unique. Each page turn will warm your heart, and remind you of why Christmas is about family and time spent together!


Farm Chicks can be found on Twitter, Facebook, and her blog. The Farm Chicks Christmas can be found at Amazon, and major book retailers!


The Farm Chicks Christmas (September 2012, Hearst, 9781588169730), now in paperback, celebrates the magic of the season with ideas for entertaining, decorating, tree trimming, and crafting, plus 17 recipes for yummy holiday sweets.  Serena Thompson has parlayed her love of vintage stuff, handmade crafts, cooking, and family into a brand that celebrates the simple and stylish.  Serena now runs The Farm Chicks Antique Show, in Spokane, WA; maintains a website and blog where she shares Farm Chick Style, a line of jewelry, clothing, and stationery items; and is a contributing editor to Country Living.

* I was not compensated for this review, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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