5 Things To Try This Weekend

Written by on February 21, 2014 in 5 Things To Try This Weekend, Lifestyle - 5 Comments
5 Things To Try This Weekend

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  • Beat the cold weather by cozying up inside and trying this easy gold leaf DIY project. New art is an easy way to update your décor!

    Image: Lovely Indeed

  • Speaking of staying warm, this Pomegranate Mulled Wine recipe sounds like the perfect cocktail to sip while watching the winter games.

    Image: Sweetest Occasion

  • Find out your ‘model name!’

    Image: Garance Dore

  • Stop daydreaming about warmer weather and start planning your dream vacation. Then set up a savings plan to make it actually happen!

    Image: What Katie Ate

  • Catch up on Academy Award-nominated flicks—you only have a week left to see them all! We won’t tell anyone if you sneak this Rosemary Parmesan Popcorn into the theater!

    Image: Taste Love & Nourish

  • Jen

    Thankfully it’s going to be warm here in Louisville on Saturday. I can’t wait to spend some time outside. I’ll save this post for next weekend when it’s back to freezing temperatures again…. so sad.

    Jen
    http://www.comfortably-chic.com

  • http://www.thesinglediaries.com/ The Single Diaries

    Gourmet popcorn sounds like the perfect treat for this week.

    Catherine | The Single Diaries

  • theperennialstyle

    I have been daydreaming of my dream vacation all week – You are right, it’s time to start planning and making it happen! Happy weekend :)
    xo
    Ellen @ The Perennial Style
    http://theperennialstyle.com

  • EnvisionPretty

    My model name is Elle Rouge. So good!

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