Style Scouting: Vol. 71

Photo: Katrina & Co.

Thanks for stopping by for this week’s Style Scouting. My Sunday post where I share the random stuff that captured my attention or inspired me that I found online.

Posts You May Have Missed This Week:


This pretty foyer decorated for Christmas.

I really like this mix of colors and styles.

A really good deal on white battery operated candles.

These colorful little Christmas houses make me what to start a collection of them.


Decorative things you can do with pinecones.

How to keep your tree alive through the new year.


This is the cutest Christmas garland you can make.

A cute free printable Christmas Village.


For all the Christmas cookie bakers. Do you have this?

I know my husband will want to make this festive drink.

Looks like this is double good – fun to make and then to eat.

If you are a Ted Lasso fan – you will want to try these.

Fashion & Beauty

One of my favorite shirts is on clearance with the code FESTIVE

Out & About

This home’s view could be on a Christmas card.

Fun & Interesting

Netflix has a few good Christmas movies. My favorite so far is Love Hard.

I know a couple of Aunts like this. :-)

Did you know… why a Hershey kiss, is called a kiss?

The name “kiss” was adopted and applied to the confection, because of the sound the melted chocolate made when it was dropped from the vats onto the conveyer belt. The name stuck and it’s hard to imagine those little chocolates being called anything else! :-).

Here is a very cute Christmas cookie you can make with them.

Something To Think About

The Kindness campaign.

Little wake up calls to do now.


If you are looking for inspiration for Christmas decorating ideas, ornaments to make, cookies to bake and more, be sure to check out everything Christmas.

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As always, thanks so much for reading. XO

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  1. Ted Lasso Biscuits….yes please!!! So fun!!!
    Great links….thank you 🎄

    1. Diane Henkler says:

      Hi Lynn – When I saw the Ted Lasso Biscuits I smiled big time. I haven’t made them yet for Ed, but will soon.

  2. Your recent posts have been extra good. Enjoy them all but especially “wake up calls, pine cone crafts and your video. However, I didn’t get to see all your video as it kept cutting to the ads. I will try again later as I realize the internet is especially busy during the holidays. I think that can affect what you are trying to read. Wishing you wonderful, happy, healthy
    (Zoe) holidays.

    1. Diane Henkler says:

      Thanks Nancy :-). – Sorry about the ads coming up for you. I think what may be happening when trying to watch the video – I think you are trying to watch the first video that comes up in my post. It is an ad video – hence you would never get to fully see the whole tutorial without having to watch the ads and other videos I have made. If you scroll down to the end of the post – this is where the video for the napkin fold is. There should be no ads while you watch. I also gave the napkin fold and video its own post just so it would be easier for readers to find. You can see it in this post and scroll to the bottom to see the video just about the napkin fold:

  3. Cuddly Aunt says:

    I want an Uncle Eddie Christmas Margarita! The Christmas card view looks like your view, actually yours is better.
    Cuddly Auntie

    1. Diane Henkler says:

      I am sure when Ed gets home from CA, he will want to make one. We will send you pics. XO

  4. Sheri Silver says:

    Thank you for including my Ted Lasso cookies in your post this week! I appreciate it so much! xo Sheri