What to Do Weekends #4

 Hello, sweet and wonderful Friends,

It’s time for What to Do Weekends, again. 
Let’s see what you have for us to do this weekend.
 So link up your favorite things to do!

I’d love for you to place a link on your post back to Two Succulent Sisters and if you could follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Google+ that would be INCREDIBLY wonderful!! :)

Here are the features from last week!! All of the features were also pinned to my Pinterest pages.

Penny at Penny's Vintage Home has a fabulous furniture redo!! 

And Kathy, from Lemon Tree Dwelling, has a really cool story about how she met her husband and how they keep  the fire in their marriage with this kindling. Really cute and creative!! Love it!

 Something for the birds and some eye candy for us from Breida with a B. Love this. Must do..

From the Chicken Chick (how cute is that???) we have a mini cupcake roses bouquet!! And if you want to see some awesome chickens the Chicken Chick has them and plenty of sound advice for raising chickens, too.

Kari has a Squidoo page on how to repurpose an old door. AMAZING and gorgeous!

 Sara at Live it Well has a succulent butternut squash recipe. Nice.

The Art Club Blog has something unusual with fingerprints. She turned it into art and shows you how! Amazingly inventive.

 Jessica at The Thriftiness Miss made these luscious looking peanut butter cups!

Brooke from Blissful Roots has a tutorial on fonts and the use of special characters. I learned a lot from this. I think you will, too.

This party was so so wonderful!! I learned so much! I hope you did, too! Link up
some MORE wonderful stuff to do on the weekends. I'm having a ball!

Visit a few blogs and make friends, too. Thank you so much for joining the party!


Hi there and WELCOME! So happy that you came by to visit.
I'm Linda. Though my sister and I started this blog, right now I’m the blogger person. We have a super creative family (my nephew even makes cabin furniture) and I try to log it all right here on 
Two Succulent Sisters/Crafts a la Mode.

I’m so looking forward to having you join me on my quest to learn new things and would love to have you join our community by subscribing via email or RSS feed.

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I am the crafter extraordinaire (on this blog anyway.) I live with my husband, my son, David, in a cozy cape cod style house in Connecticut.

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