Happy Friday and welcome from your BOTW weekend hosts! I was definitely excited to start seeing some fall-themed posts last week. Is anyone else looking forward to fall? Soon, it will be all things pumpkin and I’m ok with that! Before that and the cooler temps, there’s the solar eclipse on Monday, which is a big deal and very exciting! Is anyone planning something special for Monday?
I would love if you could please follow each of our fabulous hosts in some way.
Cindy, Little Miss Celebration | Facebook | Pinterest | Twitter | G+
Amy, Ms. Toody Goo Shoes | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram
Ginnie, Hello Little Home | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | G+ | Instagram
Paula, Virginia Sweet Pea | Facebook | Pinterest | Twitter | G+ | Instagram
When you link up to Best of the Weekend, your posts will be be seen on all five of our blogs. We have a Pinterest Best of the Weekend Features board, where we’re pinning all of our features each week. I also pin, tweet and share as many of your fabulous posts as possible all week long, which I love doing! As always, to my wonderful non-blogging friends – just click on any picture in the link-up and it will take you straight to the blog of the talented person who so generously shared with us! Each week, all of us will feature the most clicked link and our favorites, so be sure to stop by all five of our blogs to see if you were featured!
Our most clicked link from last week was…Tania’s guide to all things countertops!
How To Pick Kitchen Countertops – The Ultimate Guide! from Run to Radiance
Here are just a few posts from last week that caught my eye…
Storing linens is a challenge, but Kristi has some great tips to store and organize. Oh my, Kristi would be appalled if she saw my utter lack of linen organization! 🙂
How To Efficiently Store Out-of-Season Linens from i should be mopping the floor
I just don’t think anyone could possibly refuse to try one of Danielle’s two-treat-in-one!
S’more Cheesecake Bites from A Sprinkle of Joy
Marie shows us how to be a mirror magician – transform regular glass into looking glass.
How to Turn Ordinary Glass into Looking Glass from The Interior Frugalista
Thanks for the wonderful inspiration, Tania, Kristi, Danielle and Marie! You are warmly welcomed to grab a featured button from the sidebar if you’d like one. Hugs and thanks to everyone who shared their amazing ideas, projects, crafts or recipes with us last week.
No rules here at Best of the Weekend, just fun & friendship! As always, we adore you for helping us to keep that fun and friendship going with your visits to other guests and your pins.