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Friday Faves 11.22

ONE wow every single person at your holiday parties this year with amazing hot chocolate on a stick from Ticket Chocolate.  This gingerbread variety is in my pantry and ready for our Friendsgiving on Sunday.  They’re $25 for 5, and you’ll be savoring every drop.  TWO it’s gold, which means I love it, and it’s limited edition from Anthropologie, which means I have to have it.  I’m thinking gold letter mugs would make really cute christmas gifts and at just $10, you can still afford to fill them with some goodies (like the aforementioned hot chocolate!).  Now how’s that for a decedent gift for under $15? THREE a feather banner would look so right paired with a thanksgiving bunting (like this one).  FOUR after my first week of self employment, I’ve never felt more blessed, but think that motivational art like this gold and navy piece from The Everygirl would be perfect for my home office. $30. FIVE I was immediately drawn to these organic sheets with a crochet edge from Zen Bedrooms – they’re perfectly delicate, dainty, and natural.  $148 for a set. SIX cheese markers are my weakness!  I love that this set from Nelle Design isn’t too formal, but still gives people a clue what they’re eating! SEVEN all of the linens at Ten & Co are so cute, but this ski tea towel really hits home for me this time of year when I miss living in Colorado.

See ALL of these things, plus other lovely pieces I’m loving on my Keep page!  (my Christmas list is also on there, hint, hint 🙂


I am loving all of the pre-holiday spirit in the air, aren’t you?  It’s been an amazing week for me… I pushed out a ton of Grandiflora orders (if you haven’t made yours yet, do it soon because things are selling out quickly!), and I helped out a really wonderful team at the Bath and Body Works headquarters with some of their upcoming blog content – what an absolutely fabulous opportunity and equally amazing group of ladies.  I had so much fun.

I’m preparing hardcore for Friendsgiving which we’re hosting on Sunday.  Matt and I are making the Turkey and providing alcohol – all of the other items are coming potluck.  I am so excited to see what people bring and get a taste of what our best friends grew up enjoying at their family Thanksgivings.

I’ll see you all on Monday with photos from the event and some tips on preparing for a potluck meal. Have a great Friday!



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  • Love the success print! Great motivation. I need it for my office!

  • What a neat idea- a Friendsgiving! Good way to perfect the turkey before the big day.

  • I love the hot chocolate on a stick idea and the letter cup too. Great gift idea.

  • that tea towel is a great gift for my skiing step sister, thanks!

    my friends and are doing our “girls thanksgiving” on sunday… yum! enjoy yours!

  • Loe the picks today! I definitely am interested in the feather banner, so fun! Congrats on week one of self employment, yay!!!

  • So many gorgeous picks, especially the art print. So glad I stumbled across your blog.

  • I’m doing Friendsgiving on Sunday as well — contributing stuffing two ways and a gorgeous cranberry crostini and I couldn’t be more excited about it!

  • we could not be more flattered than to have our chocolate appear here, and in such company! thank you for completely making our week, we are jumping up and down in the kitchen

    love the thought and timing of a friendsgiving, what a perfect festive weekend.