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It’s Tuesday!  Time to get over stimulated with inspiration.

List your project below.

1. Project must be made by you.

2.  Please link back to me.  It makes me like you better.  :)



Owner/Founder at Today's Creative Blog
Since 2007, Kim has been sharing tips and tutorials on how to live a creative life. Owner/Founder of Today's Creative Blog and where inspiration happens everyday! From the Pacific Northwest, Kim is a busy mom who adores her teen son, her middle aged husband and is constantly wiping the muddy paws of her adorable Labradoodle Maybelline. In her spare time, she teaches fitness classes and loves to decorate with thrift store bargains. You can also find Kim once a month on Portland's AMNW Morning show as their "creative expert". Life is more fun when it's creative!





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  1. says

    Thanks so much for hosting. Always so many great ideas at your linky party every week! I had a problem with the linky tool and accidentally posted my Obi Belt project twice, sorry about that. Have a great week~

  2. says

    Hi – I posted #263 – the Football Cake Pops – a little late for football – but they are super cute – and yummy. Thanks for continuing the the party – I know there is an expense now – I greatly appreciate it!

  3. Judy says

    Thanks so much for hosting. I have your button in my sidebar. Let me know if that’s not okay. I am hosting a party and the link opens up tonight at 8pm EST. I would love for you to stop by and join in the fun. Thanks so much.

  4. says

    My first big project was to transform a Goodwill Desk into my dream kitchen island! :) Check it out!

    I started this project with no electric drill, no sander, no saw, no anything! No Tools. We ended it with a sander and a drill, but I like that I did it with so few tools, because I think it makes it a project that anyone could take on. I mean seriously, if I can do it – ANYONE can. :)