Best of the Weekend

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

This is the 200th Best of the Weekend party!  I joined in as a hostess well after the party began and am so glad that I did.  I really enjoy looking through the projects each week and picking a few to feature.  It’s always a tough decision!

It’s birthday celebration time this weekend for me.  Today is my mom’s birthday and tomorrow is Mr. SP’s.  Fun! Amy, Ginnie, Cindy,and I enjoy hosting the Best of the Weekend Party each Friday night at 8pm.

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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

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

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What I Shared This Week

For Vintage Monday I shared my dad’s 1942 copy of The Tale of Peter Rabbit.

1942 Copy of The Tale of Peter Rabbit


My April Stitch Fix box came and I shared the goodies I received this month.  I loved it all and had a hard time deciding what to keep.

April 2017 Stitch Fix Review


Most Clicked

The most clicked link from last week’s party was Kitchen Organizing, A Hanging Basket that Changed My Life from Grandma’s House DIY.




My Features

Repurpose and Upcycle shared how she updated a bedroom with Shiplap using no power tools.

How to Install Shiplap with No Power Tools


Just Measuring Up shared how they replaced their old and leaning mailbox with a new one.

How to Replace a Mailbox Post


Sew Historically shared how she updated a t-shirt with lace.

How to Refashion a Shirt with Crocheted Lace


A Vintage Green shared her March finds from an estate sale.  This items was said to be a rug beater but when Joy researched it, she found out that it is actually a pot scrubber.  If you like vintage, you will enjoy seeing everything that she purchased at this sale.

1920's vintage pot scraper and scrubber

I look forward to seeing what is shared at this week’s party!


  1. I have and I do use that pot scrubber every now and then. Most of time it hangs on kitchen wall with rest of my vintage items

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