Best of the Weekend

Welcome to Best of the Weekend!  We are glad that you are here and are starting your weekend with us.

I have been having a terrible time with my back and have been pretty much side lined since July 6.  I love being active and the problems that I’m having are driving me nuts.  If you care to send me some good vibes or a healing prayer, I sure would appreciate it.
Amy, Ginnie, Cindy,and I enjoy hosting the Best of the Weekend Party each Friday night at 8pm.

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What I Shared This Week

I had a busy blog week and posted three times.  I shared the Vintage Virginia Tech Memorabilia display that I put together using things that belonged to my dad for my family room.

Vintage Virginia Tech Memorabilia - A collection of vintage Hokie memorabilia all in one spot. virginiasweetpea.com

 

I also shared how I cleaned the vintage Virginia Tech cross stitch from the 1980’s that I used in my Virginia Tech vignette.  Cleaning this cross stitch wasn’t difficult, so if you run across one in a thrift shop that you like, buy it!

How to Clean a Cross Stitch Needlework - virginiasweetpea.com

 

And finally, the Power Tool Challenge Team shared projects made using an unconventional material.  I chose to use pipes to make a DIY Industrial Pipe Bookshelf.

DIY Industrial Pipe Bookshelf - virginiasweetpea.com

Most Clicked

The most clicked project from last week’s party was The Ultimate Countertop Guide from Run to Radiance.

The Ultimate Guide to Picking out Countertops

My Features

Little House Living shared How to Make a 10 Minute Receiving Blanket.  If you need a baby gift in the near future, check out this easy tutorial.

How to Make an Easy Receiving Blanket for a Baby

 

Creative K shared how she made a Wooden Bead Garland using a back massager from the thrift shop.

This wooden bead garland was made using a back massager from the thrift store!

 

Marie from The Interior Frugalista shared how she made License Plate Art for her grandson’s room.

License Plate Wall Art for a Child's Room

 

Many thanks for joining us for this weekend’s party.  I look forward to what is shared this week!

Best of the Weekend Features for August 18


Comments

  1. I hope you are feeling better. I can understand – I have had back problems all my life…not fun. Sending prayers for you. Thanks for hosting again!
    Shelley
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  2. Mimi Shanahan says:

    You are on my prayer list for complete recovery, quick healing, relief from back pain. I enjoy so much being on your email list, great ideas, getting to know your family. (I’m a dog lover, too, plus I come from a family of teachers!) Keep up the great work. Many blessings, Mimi

  3. LOVE the pipe book shelf! I’m sorry you’re having trouble with your back. I’m sending healing prayers your way, Paula. BTW my husband is in that field….fixing compression fractures and other back issues.

    (((hugs))),
    Ricki Jill

  4. Thank you so much, Paula for featuring my License Plate Child’s Art – much appreciated! Wishing you a lovely week.
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  5. P.S. Sending healing thoughts and prayers your way. xo

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