Friday, December 4, 2015

Friday Favorites from 5th and State, You May Be Wandering, Let's Dish and More

Good morning! I hope that you had a great week! Just a reminder don't forget to put your stockings out tomorrow night if you celebrate the Feast of St. Nicholas. I will have mine hanging by the fire or perhaps if I am lazy I will just leave my slippers there instead. 

Image Let's Dish

The holidays are a great time to spend making things with your kids and grandkids and this adorable Donut Hole Snowman from Let's Dish would be an great project to try that does not involve the oven.

Speaking of kids and Santa, don't forget to check out the NORAD Santa Tracker which I posted about HERE.

Image from Sugar and Charm

Although I will not be having a holiday party this year I know many people that are and this Apple Cider Moscow Mule from Sugar and Charm might be a great drink to make for your "signature cocktail."
A couple of years ago I wrote THIS POST about Christmas containers and many of the images were from Debra of 5th and State, Debra posted a fabulous post filled with ideas for Winter Containers

Image You May Be Wandering

Are you looking for the perfect gift for your loved one? I personally think you can never go wrong with a book and  Sandy at You May Be Wandering posted her Top 10 Books for Wanderers

The Christmas season is a time for giving  Thistle Cove Farm posted 31 great ideas for giving this month to your family, friends and yourself.

This post from Madleif  and this ONE has nothing to do with Christmas but is so beautiful, as all of her posts are that I could not leave it from my list this week!

Image and Cocoa Recipe Once Upon a Chocolate Life

I hope that you found something new here, if you found anything noteworthy to share this week please do. I love hearing about the books your reading, the movies you are watching and whatever else you find.

Have a great weekend!


  1. Those donut hole snowmen are ADORABLE! Are you enjoying the week dear one? We are going out tomorrow morning to see REINDEER in the village near one of our favorite lakes. I CAN'T WAIT! The only bummer is that it's been too warm. It did snow earlier this week but melted away! It's going to be 45 tomorrow, so the reindeer will be wondering what's going on here! I hope to pet them. hahahhaha



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