Thursday, November 10, 2011

Everything but the Kitchen Sink Link Party and FEATURES

Hey guys....have you noticed my lack of creative posts? I'm so sorry! It seems my mojo has left me for a time. Luckily, I have wonderful blog friends who are willing to lend their talent to my little blog. I'm excited for the guest bloggers I have coming in the next couple of months. I hope you enjoy them, too. And, I am still contributing to the blog world---there will be some blog swaps (so you can check me out on other peoples sites) and I do have a couple of fun things ready to share as well. I just can't seem to muster the energy for huge and multiple projects right now. I'm hoping when I hit the "nesting" phase, I'll have tons to show you!

Ok, time for another week of party fun and features! We had some great link ups last week and I can't wait to share with you some of the favorites....

First, check out this awesome checker table The Decorative Paint Brush did! I love her whimsical additions and use of bright color. It looks amazing!


Isn't this skirt adorable? Find out more on how to make it and how cute the little model is over at Sew Fantastic.

And do you have silver that is a bit tarnished and could use a sprucing up? Check out what Simcoe Street did to hers to make it absolutely unique.

This is definitely on my list of Christmas gifts--a felt neck cowl that requires no sewing and is too elegant for words. Head on over to Less-than-Perfect-Life-of-Bliss for more of the details!

Again, need some ideas for Grandparent gifts? Try these super easy photo ornaments from How to Nest for Less. You'll be amazed at what you can do when you check out her process.

Ok, I hope you enjoyed the features as much as I did! Don't forget to grab an "I've been Featured" button on the side bar! Now, on to the party!

Link up and have fun!

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the feature Meg!! I appreciate it :) Linking up again!!

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  2. Thanks so much for having me today. Have a great weekend!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha.

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