Best of the Weekend

Cheers to the weekend!  Next Friday night I’ll really be doing the happy dance as it will be the start of Christmas break.  🙂

Do you have exciting Christmas plans this weekend?  We will get together with my mom’s side of the family Saturday night and on Sunday I’m hoping to go on a Christmas tour in one of Lynchburg’s historic areas.

Best of the Weekend Link Party

Amy, Ginnie, Jenna, Cindy,and I enjoy hosting the Best of the Weekend Party each Friday night at 8pm.

Best of the Weekend Hostesses

If you don’t already follow us in some way, we’d love for you to do so.

Amy, Ms. Toody Goo Shoes | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest

Paula, Virginia Sweet Pea | Facebook | Pinterest | Twitter | G+ | Instagram

Ginnie, Hello Little Home | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | G+ | Instagram

Jenna, 24 Cottonwood Lane | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | G+ | Instagram

Cindy, Little Miss Celebration | Facebook | Pinterest | Twitter | G+


What I Shared This Week

I used vintage buttons to make DIY Mitten Art.  This will be cute to display all winter.

DIY Mitten Art with Buttons - Make this craft with either new or vintage buttons.


Confession:  We still haven’t put up a Christmas tree.  Even though we don’t yet have a tree, my formal living room is decked out for the season.  This just might be my favorite Christmas mantel ever.


Last Week’s Most Popular Post

Maryann from Domestically Speaking shared her beautifully decorated tree.  I can see why this was last week’s most clicked link.



My Features

Malia from Yesterday on Tuesday designed the cutest hot chocolate and coffee bar.  Look at her candy can striped tray and those vintage thermoses.  Head over to Malia’s blog to print out her cute labels and sign to use when you make your own station.

Hot Cocoa Bar


Angie from Postcards from the Ridge shared her beautifully set table for Christmas.  I love her pretty dishes, glassware, and centerpiece.

Christmas Tablescape


Kati from A Houseful of Homemade shared her DIY Personalized Drop Cloth Stockings.

Drop Cloth Stockings

Sheila from My Kentucky Living shares how to make an easy jute bow.

Jute Bow


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