February 05, 2016

Friday Finds Link Party #54


Thank you for linking up to Friday Finds! We are loving all of the creative ideas and yummy recipes! Friday Finds Linky Party! #linkyparty #fridayfinds


Strawberry Marshmallow from Shaken Together
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DIY Wine Cork Heart from Decor by the Seashore
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Driftwood heart wreath

Driftwood Heart Wreath from My Creative Days
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Mint Ice Cream Float from Our Mini Family
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Warm Your Heart Valentines from My Creative Days
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DIY Donut Tin from Building Our Hive
 
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Peach-Strawberry Smoothie from Sew, Simmer & Share

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DIY Friendship Etched Pendants with the Silhouette Curio

One of my close friends from a few years back asked me if I could stamp some puzzle pendant pieces for her to give to her class friends before they all go off to college. The accommodating person that I am, I said yes, but then she wanted additional things on it - on the back of the pendants, she wanted a word on each pendant that would form a sentence when all the pendants are linked together. I loved the idea, but with the stamped letter in front, there was no way I would be able to make a clean stamp on the back as well - we brainstormed on what we could do about it, and then I remembered - I can etch with my Silhouette Curio! 



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January 29, 2016

Friday Finds Link Party #54


We are loving all of these great Valentine’s crafts and awesome recipes! Thanks so much for linking up last week! Here are our picks for this week!
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Small Gift Card Holder from White House Crafts
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Peanut Butter & Jelly Pancakes from Bread Booze Bacon
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Orange Slice Valentine

Orange Slice Valentine from Shaken Together
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Vanessa from Tried & True || Instagram || Pinterest || Facebook


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Devin & Tara from Salt & Pepper Moms || Instagram || Pinterest || Facebook


Ombre Heart on Burlap from My Creative Days
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Hugs and Kisses Stenciled Board from Building Our Hive
 
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Tomato Beef Stew from Bread Booze Bacon

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Conversation Hearts Plaster Magnets at DIY Candy

Valentines is just a couple of weeks away - and I am sure you've been seeing a lot of Valentines items at your local stores. I just love all the candy, chocolate and merchandise that they have during this time of the year - so girly, so pink and red. I specially love conversation hearts - more for their looks than their taste (although I do like the taste of them as well). To profess my love to the said candy, I decided I'd make some Conversation Heart magnets to adorn my file cabinet and add some festive touch to it since my husband has not painted them yet



They're very easy to make and once totally dry they're pretty durable as well! Check out how I made mine over at DIY Candy by clicking any of the photos above or the link below and be inspired to make your own set - or to give away! Happy crafting, friends.

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