friday at last.


Thanks for the visits and comments this week! I have some new work that I hope to show you soon. Next week I am also starting a super fun personal project. Can't wait to bring you along for the journey! In the meantime, I've added my favorite Fall + Winter Frolic! posts right there on the left-hand sidebar. There's also a Holiday section if you need some ideas.

I am really looking forward to Thanksgiving next week, even though I already celebrated Canadian Thanksgiving (I am a good portion Canadian–also a total wannabe! + I'll take any excuse to eat yummy food!)

What are you all up to this weekend? Enjoy it!

Photo by Dreamandawake on Flickr.


  1. Ooooh – can’t wait to see your super fun personal project! And I love this photo.

    You’re absolutely allowed to double-dip on holidays. I celebrate both the holidays I grew up with and the ones I’ve adopted here.

    Have a great weekend Chelsea!

  2. I love secret surprises- can’t wait to see what you’ve got brewing!

    Thanks for the inspiring posts this week! Always love reading your blog. By the way I saw Morning Benders last night- they were amazing! I remember you’d mentioned them before as well…

    Have a lovely weekend

  3. i’m with you, i can’t wait for thanksgiving next week!

    this weekend my husband and i will be getting our house ready for a few holiday guests. we’ll probably squeeze in a bike ride or hike and a homemade coffee cake.

    have a lovely weekend!

  4. as a Canadian myself (it snowed in vancouver last night! hectic!) you are MORE than welcome to be a wannabe and bask in the red and white. i love being Canadian!
    and i love your blog! just discovered it…

  5. Extra Thanksgiving sounds like a genius innovation to me.

    Awesome posts this week. I love those honeycomb pop-up cards, and the Innocence Mission – ah, that takes me back. Now I need to listen to ‘The Lakes of Canada’ …

  6. Hey Chelsea,

    Thanks for your kind comment! I just wanted to drop by and tell you how much I enjoy your blog and am so sad to have missed Little Winter. I am elated at your success and will look forward to your next project.

    all my best,

  7. I’ll be reading through your posts last week to see what all the talk is about, but wanted to write a quick note to say that I hope you had a wonderful, rejuvenating weekend!

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