Almost Thanksgiving – Best of the Weekend 11-22-19
Well, here we are…it’s almost Thanksgiving! Hopefully, you are all set for the big turkey day. Unfortunately, I am behind but like every year, everything ends up falling into place.
Welcome to this week’s edition of Best of the Weekend link party! We are so happy you could join us! As always, we invite you to link up your creative posts which may include home decorating, DIY, crafts, recipes, tips and more!
Each week, when you link up to Best of the Weekend, your link will appear on both our blogs. Let’s meet your hosts…
If you don’t already follow our blogs, we would love for you to follow us in some way:
Liberty from B4 and Afters | Facebook | Google+ | Pinterest | Instagram
Shelley from Calypso in the Country | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram
Before we begin this week’s party, let’s take a look back at the past week…
Every week, we share the most popular post from the previous week’s party on both of our blogs. In addition, each hostess picks a few favorites to share. Be sure to check out each of our blogs to see all the features!
Also, remember to stop by our original Best of the Weekend Pinterest Board and our newest Best of the Weekend Link Party Features where we pin the features each week! For now, we will continue to pin the features to both of those boards.
Each week, I also share the features on my Instagram stories so be sure to follow along!
TO GET US STARTED, THIS IS WHAT I SHARED ON MY BLOG THIS WEEK:
Since it’s almost Thanksgiving, I shared my recent Thanksgiving table and decor in a blog hop hosted by Amber from Follow the Yellow Brick Home...
Warm and Cozy Thanksgiving at Home
MOST CLICKED FROM LAST WEEK’S PARTY:
Our most clicked post was A Few of My Favorite Things from A Grace Full Life…
A Few of My Favorite Things – A Grace Full Life
MY FEATURES FROM LAST WEEK’S PARTY:
Even though many of you are decorating for Christmas, I’m still giving some attention to Thanksgiving with this week’s features…
As always, please pin from the original source…
5 Thanksgiving Tablescapes from Everyday Living
Simple Thanksgiving Dessert from Two Trails One Road
A Turkey Table with the Blues from Whispers of the Heart
World’s Best Pumpkin Pie from My Recipe Treasures
How to Dry Brine a Turkey from Delightful E Made
So many wonderful projects! If you missed last week’s ideas, you can find it here – Thanksgiving Countdown.
And if you were featured this week, grab a button:
NOW FOR THIS WEEK’S PARTY!
Please join us for this week’s Best of the Weekend party by linking up your post below. Be sure to visit some other links as well. The party is open each week from 8:00 a.m. Friday until 11:55 p.m. on Tuesday.
Please note that by joining the party, you give us permission to share your photo/post on our social media and this blog.
Once again, we can’t wait to see what you link up! Hooray, it’s almost Thanksgiving! Have a wonderful weekend!
You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!
Thanks so much for hosting Shelley and for featuring my 5 Thanksgiving Tablescapes. I know how much time it takes to have a link-up party. I think you both should decide what is best for you. It seems there are so few link parties now. I appreciate you having it and all the time involved. Wishing you and your family a most wonderful Thanksgiving!
Thanks, Pam. Yes, it does take a lot of work but I don’t want to disappoint anyone either. I appreciate your input – thanks! Happy Thanksgiving!
Good morning, Shelley. Thanks again, for hosting. I hope that you have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your beautiful family.
So much fun!! I love these parties, thank you so much for hosting. 🙂
You’re welcome – thanks for linking up!
Hope you are having a great week and thanks so much for the party!
You’re welcome and enjoy your weekend!
Shelley, thank you for being our co-host of the Best of the Weekend. Happy Thanksgiving to your and your family.
You’re welcome, Rita! Thanks for stopping by and have a Happy Thanksgiving!
Shelley, I enjoyed your features and thank you so much for hosting the party! I understand that hosting a weekly link party can be quite a time commitment. I am very grateful that you and Liberty provide a forum for your fellow bloggers to share ideas, inspiration and stories. I get so much from visiting those who link up, and love to discover new blogs. My traffic varies, but is always the greatest on the first day of the party. That has been my experience whether the party is held weekly or bi-weekly.
Thanks for your input, Sandra. As we approach the end of the year, sometimes we need to evaluate where we are. Thanks again for chiming in and have a Happy Thanksgiving!
Thanks so much for featuring my Blue Thanksgiving tablescape! I added a link to your blog at the end of that blog post.
You’re welcome – and thanks for the link. Enjoy your weekend!
Thank you for featuring our World’s Best Pumpkin Pie. Thank you too for hosting the party each week. We know that it is a lot of work and we appreciate it. You need to do what is best for you. Have a great Thanksgiving.
First Off… Thank you so much for hosting these fabulous parties! They take so much hard work so thank you… all of us appreciate your efforts.
And secondly… thank you for featuring my Pumpkin Mousse! That was such a wonderful surprise this morning!
Happy Thanksgiving with your family! 🍁🧡
Great features, and beautiful tablescapes today, Shelley.
I know all too well how much time it takes to host a weekly party. I hope that it will stay weekly but if you two decide to go with monthly, I’ll still participate.
Thanks for your input, Paula!
Thank you for hosting! This is what I featured the week of 11-11 to 11-15 on my blog. On Tuesday morning was a tutorial on How to Cook a Turkey in a Convection Oven. on Wednesday I posted a Ginger Ale Baked Ham. and to top of Holiday week was A Stuffing Cheat Using Stove Top Stuffing. Enjoy!
Thanks for hosting! Happy Thanksgivjng!