Link Party Highlights #41 – “Turning the Daunting Into the Do-able”

I hope that everyone is having a fabulous week!

My BFF and I participated in a street fair yesterday.  We sold all of our chalkboards, except two.  Cleaned us out.  Everyone was so excited when they saw our booth.  It felt so good and all of our hard work paid off.  Now to clean up all of the mess from the sanding and painting.  Ugh.  I’ll do it tomorrow.  A little bit of procrastination never hurts anyone :-).

Today has been a fabulous day.  Bible study, rain, nap and it looks like the Giants are going to the  World Serious!  Yea baby!  A VERY GOOD DAY INDEED.

I have some great highlights from last week’s party.  They are sure to peak your interest and inspire some creativity.

Let’s start off with a great Halloween Centerpiece that Kim from Made In a Day created.

This is a Joann’s Fabric Signature Craft Project.
Visit her blog where you can download the PDF and print off a 50% off coupon!

This link up from Micki at ADD Housewife definitely peaked my interest – Salted Pumpkin Chocolate Seeds!

I love pumpkin seeds.  But chocolate?
I definitely am going to give this recipe a try.

Lauren from Punky Little DIYer shared her adorable Striped Glitter Sneakers.

My daughter’s would have been all over these when they were younger.
Lauren has a very easy to follow tutorial.
Give her a big shout out! She is a new fellow blogger.

Winnie from Winnish whipped up these pretty Homemade Peanut Butter Cups.

They look delicious!
Winnie used sesame butter instead of peanut butter in these.
I’d like to give them a try.  The only time I’ve had sesame butter is with apples and I loved it.

Karen from Karen’s Fabric Obsession made this pretty Christmas Quilt.

Love the hand appliqued picture in the middle.
Karen has an adorable blog and sells some amazing fabric.

Terry from Forever Decorating! created this Mackenzie-Childs Knock Off Sconce.

I’m a sucker for anything Mackenzie-Childs!
I need to learn to paint like Terry :).

Little Sis from My Sister’s Pantry whipped up a healthy vegan recipe – Soft Sweet Dumpling Squash.

I’ve never tried a sweet dumpling squash.
Have you?
Hope I can find one at the grocery store – looks delicious!

Thank you everyone for sharing your projects.

I’d love it if you grabbed a “feature button” (in the right hand column) and posted it somewhere on your blog so everyone can join the party.

Are you ready for Link Party #42?