Happy April everyone!
I believe it’s Easter Break for many of you with your kids.
I bet you are enjoying some good, quality, family time this week.
I miss coloring Easter Eggs and getting excited for the Easter Bunny’s visit!
Enjoy those little ones because they grow up awfully fast.
I’m thankful that the memories of those special, magical times don’t fade…
Are you ready to see the highlights from last weeks Link Party #27?
Lauren from Totally Lauren Amber made this adorable Family Rules Sign.
Lori from Bleak 2 Unique shared this adorable Heart Bench that she made from an old piano bench.
One of my favorite things about spring is ASPARAGUS being in season. Zoe from Scouts Stitches shared this healthy recipe.
Here is a little trivia for you. Did you know that when you smell asparagus in your urine (some people do and some people don’t) it’s because you have the “asparagus receptor” in your nose?? Most people think it’s because the smell is in the urine… but it’s in your nose!!! That’s why some people smell it and some people don’t! Now aren’t you glad I shared that with you?? 🙂
I’m lovin’ this sweet little Bunting that Debbie from On the Refrigerator Door shared.
Donata from DK’s Craft Cafe shared these beautiful Crochet Baskets.
Missy from Lookie What I Did shared this adorable decorated Digital Frame.
McVick from Center Of Attention Deficit Disorder shared this amazing Tray Transformation.
I’m lovin’ this Wood Sunflower that Karen from Somewhat Quirky Design made.
Did you stash some Girl Scout Thin Mints in your freezer? Jen from Jen’s Favorite Cookies shared this recipe for Thin Mint Krispie Treats.
Amanda from Burlap and Denim linked up a tutorial on how to use vaseline when refinishing a door and also how to antique a mirror.
Kim from Made In A Day shared a tutorial on how these fabulous Vintage Sea Pictures were created.
Jodi from Meaningful Mama showed us her baking talent….
And last, but most definitely not the least is this printable that Kathleen from Inspired By Family Magazine shared.
Thank you everyone for sharing all of your amazing
projects, printables and recipes.
If you were featured, I’d appreciate it if you cut and paste a “featured” button on your blog so others can link to the party.
If you would like to link up to Party #28
“Turning the Daunting Into the Do-able”
Hope to see you at the party!