Sunday Social: My Favorite Links This Week
We are officially 2 weeks away from Christmas!!! What are you up to this weekend? We made some delicious raspberry and almond butter cookies. So good and definitely one of my favorite flavor combinations! I also want to try these Cherry Almond Cookies and next weekend we’re making piles of cut-out sugar cookies to share with friends and family.
If you’re wondering what this post is going to be about, here’s some info.
I’ve wanted to start writing a weekly post sharing some of my exciting finds from around the web for some time but have been crazy busy. Now that the craft fair is over and things are slowing down, I thought this was the perfect time to start.
I wasn’t sure about the title and was just going to call it -Maria’s favorite links- but then Sunday Social popped into my head and I loved it, so here we are. It’s perfect because that’s what this post is about, getting social. And, it’s a Sunday, so perfect ;)
Before we get to the links, grab a cup of your favorite holiday beverage and find a cozy spot by the Christmas tree. I hope this collection of interesting reads and favorite things helps ease your Sunday evening.
My favorite finds from around the web:
If you haven’t already heard, this week is Lizzy’s Christmas Party. Elizabeth Goddard is hosting an eight-day celebration with over 370 amazing contributors, you can access a generous variety of digital products covering all sorts of interesting topics. It’s the online community event of the season 🎄
My friend Amber from Follow the Yellow Brick Home just had her Christmas Home Tour featured in “Country Cottage Christmas” 2022. A real-life print magazine! How cool is that?! You can see her original home tour that caught their eye here: A 1921 Historic Holiday Home Tour: My 100 Year-Old Kentucky Christmas Home.
I love that Melissa is doing something different for school during the month of December. She’s diving into a unit study about winter holidays around the world and she shared a great post about Christmas in Germany that was really interesting.
Everyone loves the Grinch, am I right? My daughter likes the Jim Carrey version and the kids and I like the newer, animated one. So when I saw this Grinch Christmas Tree I knew I had to share it with you.
I never know what to write on a Christmas card so I was super excited to find this article: What To Put In Christmas Cards. Read on to get inspired for writing that perfect message and making your Christmas cards even more special this year.
Niki has a festive printable thank you note to let your delivery drivers know how much they’re appreciated and she set up a basket full of goodies on her porch for them to grab a snack. You can see her Christmas Delivery Driver Snack Printable
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Looking for a last-minute craft for the holidays? Here are 10 Magical Harry Potter-inspired Christmas Crafts to inspire you.
Christmas is right around the corner and I wanted to make it super simple for you to plan and organize your holiday so you can spend time with your family and friends instead of sweating over a hot stove. Here’s a quick round-up of all of my holiday tips and tricks plus a few printables to help you out.
Last year I shared 12 Days of Christmas Printables and here are some pretty Christmas Gift Tags to help make your presents more fun. You will find links to all 12 days at the end of the post. Be sure to grab some of the activity sheets for the kids.
Let’s face it, we’re ALL looking for ways to save money right now and Christmas isn’t helping the situation. So here’s a look at some ways you can stretch your dollar this holiday season.
See my Link Party Directory for a current list of blog parties I attend each week.
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