Thursday, October 21, 2010

Some Highlights of EBTKS

I think it's been about 4 years since I've posted some highlights from my little link party! What?!? How is that possible?!! (Especially since my blog is still under a year old...hmmm....oh well).

I really apologize for taking so long to post some wonderful stuff from our fun link parties. Again, I want you to know, I visit each contribution and enjoy looking at your creations so much! Thank you for sharing them with us and I can't wait to see you back here tonight for the beginning of another fun time!

On with the show....

Jessica at Craftily Ever After shares her Halloween Subway Art printable and her lovely Halloween displays! I already printed off her Subway Art (she offers it for FREE people! Go, run, print!) and have it displayed above our little Halloween table right now!


Kathleen at Fireflies and Family shows us how to make these really fun witches feet. Aren't these so cute?!? I love them and if I was totally sure my son wouldn't take them down and tear them apart just for fun, we'd totally be making these! Thanks for sharing, Kathleen!


Ashley from A Forty Year Old Ranch shows us how to use sheet music to decorate your little knick knacks. Already, I'm on the hunt for sheet music and old books, and now I have one more reason to find them ASAP! Thanks, Ashley!


How you guys doing? You drooling right now? Yum. Jocelyn from Inside BruCrew Life shares the recipe for these delicious apple cider donuts. Oh my. So good!!!


Carol from The Answer is Chocolate (it really is) shows us how to spruce up pretty much anything with fun paint and $1 rub-ons (thanks for the tip! I love 'em!). This is just the beginning of what she created. Click and check out the rest of her adorable items!


Lisa from The Pursuit of Happiness puts burlap to another fun use--pumpkins. And these are very cute, adorable, really great pumpkins! I love the stitching and the stems are so cute! Great job, Lisa!


And finally, Mandy from Sugar Bee--Craft Edition, helps us learn how to make summer shirt into winter shirts simply by adding socks. She also spruces up some shirts with fun monograms! These are adorable and I'm definitely trying them out for my little girls! Thanks, Mandy!

Ok, that's it for now. Check back soon for another edition of Everything but the Kitchen Sink! And, please join my giveaway going on NOW!

6 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for featuring my pears! There were some great projects this week!

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  2. Thanks for the shout-out on my shirts - you featured tons of cute projects! - - Mandy

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  3. Thank you so much for the feature...i am glad you liked the donuts:-)

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  4. You're so sweet for featuring my burlap pumpkins! Thanks : )

    And those doughnuts...mmmm!

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  5. Thanks so much for featuring my printable! I love your blog!!

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