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Get Your Craft On ~ 5 “my picks”

Get Your Craft On! It’s that wonderful time where we get to window shop for our next crafty creative project.  Or maybe just admire and gain inspiration from others.  I am amazed week after week at the talent that’s out there!  You guys are amazing.

craft linky party for craft blogs

5 Crafts

I’ll be sharing my top 5 picks for the 5 crafty or creative links from last weeks Get Your Craft On that caught my eye.  I think you’ll enjoy them too………then you can link up your latest project.

Make the Best Of Things linked up her DIY Kitchen Island.  She made this from 2 nightstands!  NIGHTSTANDS! Great job!

DIY kitchen island

Nifty Thrifty Things made something really yummy looking.  I love how it’s packaged and displayed.  Looks like a great gift idea.  Homemade Raffaello. (don’t worry, I had  never heard of it before either) raffaello recipe

Time and time again, I am drawn to what my friend Sibylle links up. Funky Time has the best printables and her photo styling is amazing! I can’t wait to try her Daisy Strawberry cake.  Strawberry cake recipe

Small Garden Love has a GREAT idea for growing herbs.  A hanging herb garden! planting an herb garden

Last but not least……my friend Tidy Mom has a wonderful looking dessert you may want try for Mother’s Day! Honey Panna Cotta! Yum!

recipe for honey panna cotta

Are you ready to link up?  Maybe your link will catch my eye this week!

 

Get Your Craft On Guidelines

  1. Link up something creative, as in crafty. Cooking, baking, organizing are all welcome too. (please don’t link the same thing week after week)
  2. DO NOT link up items you are selling. No contests, giveaways or link parties.
  3. Because of the filter I use, you must link back to TCB in your post. I’ve also heard that having my button on your side bar works too. If you need help in learning how to link back, please watch this quick tutorial on HOW TO LINK BACK.
  4. Mingle, find your next project, tweet about Get Your Craft On, tell everyone on FB. Why not? That means more ideas!
  5. Find all my buttons here.  But text links are great too.

Click on the MORE below to add your link.

 

 




Kim

Kim

Owner/Editor at Today's Creative Blog
Since 2007, Kim has been sharing tips and tutorials on how to live a creative life. Owner/editor of Today's Creative Blog and InspirationDIY.com 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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Comments

  1. Debbie Biller says

    Kim! You know that I love you! I can hear you in my head when I’m reading your posts! I love being inspired and you never fail to provide inspiration…keep ‘em coming!
    Debbie

  2. Chrissy @ Muse of the Morning says

    Hi Kim! Thanks so much for this linky party!! I sure love your super creative blog!

  3. andrea cammarata says

    thank you so much for throwing this wonderful party every week! you are appreciated very much! hugs…

  4. says

    Thanks so much for hosting this party, Kim. I love that island you featured above..how creative! Enjoy your week. Megan

  5. Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things} says

    Yay! Thank you SO much for featuring my raffaello spread! :)
    Thanks for always hosting a fun party, Kim!!
    xoxo!
    Vanessa

  6. gail says

    great features! love that island.
    I haven’t been here for awhile, it’s great to be back Kim! thanks for hosting.
    gail

  7. says

    Kim, thanks for featuring my nightstands turned kitchen island project. I love it when I can come up with something this neat so cheaply. And thanks for hosting your party each week. Some hostesses are very inconsistent but you are a rock in the blogging sea.

  8. says

    Thanks for another link party! Bunnies can quickly destroy a growing garden. I wanted to deter them away from mine with a Garden Critter Deterrent (#254) that’s not harmful. Thanks to some Garlic Salt and Chili Pepper-no more bunnies! Hope it helps other gardeners. Have a great week!
    Rebekah-www.potholesandpantyhose.com

  9. jacky @ small garden love says

    Thanks for featuring my project and for hosting. I gotta try out some of those recipes, they look good!