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 hope that you have been enjoying December and all of the fun activities that it brings.  We so much appreciate you joining us each week for the party.  We are going to take a few weeks off to celebrate Christmas and New Year’s Day, so this week will be the last party until January 5.  We look forward to seeing you here again in 2018!

 

Amy, Ginnie, 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 shared our family room’s Christmas decor.  This space is so cozy and we’ve so much enjoyed the lights of the tree and the Christmas decorations this holiday season.

Family Room Christmas Home Tour - virginaisweetpea.com

I also shared our Christmas trees for this year.

Christmas Tree Decorated with Handmade Ornaments

If you haven’t checked out this month’s Stitch Fix post, there’s an offer in the post where new Stitch Fix users can try Stitch Fix with no styling fee.  The offer is good until the end of January.  So if you haven’t tried Stitch Fix, take advantage of this “try it free” offer.

Stitch Fix Review for December 2017

Most Clicked

The most clicked project from last week’s party was Skillet Chicken Cacciatore from Cooking with Curls.  This dish looks really tasty!

Skillet Chicken Cacciatore

My Features

A Debbie Dabble Christmas shared her Victorian Christmas Tree.

Victorian Christmas Tree

Repurpose and Upcycle shared how to make a DIY Christmas Card Holder.

How to Make a DIY Christmas Card Holder using a Frame

Vintage + Paint and More shared a Farmhouse Style Christmas Wreath.

Farmhouse Style Rustic Deer Wreath

 

I really enjoyed browsing this week’s projects and look forward to what is shared this week!

Best of the Weekend Features for December 15 - virginiasweetpea.com


Comments

  1. Thank you for hosting. I love sharing with your readers and always find inspiration here. Have a blessed week! #OverTheMoon #WWBlogHop #ThursdayFavoriteThings

  2. Enjoy your time off and thanks for hosting!
    Shelley
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  3. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas, Paula!

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