Link Party Highlights #10 – “Turning the Daunting Into the Do-able”

I’m so excited to share with you some of the amazing projects that were linked up last week!  I find myself wishing that there were more hours in the day because I want to make so many of the projects that are linked up to the parties!  So, let’s get going on the highlights and maybe you will have time to make one of the projects before the day is over!!

After seeing this project, I’m definitely thinking about making a Welcome Window like the Artsy VaVa constructed.

Don’t you love it?
It’s not easy finding these old windows in California.
They are expensive even WITHOUT the glass!

Kaysi from Crafts Keep Me Sane made this adorable Christmas Tree Pillow.

I love the fabrics that she chose,
so different and yet they all go together so nicely.
No matchy, matchy goin’ on here!

Ingrid from More Style Than Cash came up with these fabulous Christmas Cookie Tins.

Can you believe these are made out of cans?
Like the cans you open with a can opener?
Head over to her blog.  She has a great tutorial on how to make these.

Rachael from House of Noise…I Mean Boys made this amazing Snowflake Wreath.
She made this wreath for less than $5!
She has a really simple and easy to follow tutorial.
Don’t you love her aqua front door???

I’m soooo lovin’ this Holiday Frame that Tami from Curb Alert shared with us.

Oh goodness I ♥ this Holiday Frame!
I have so many frames and I’m fessing up…
I’m going to copy this!

Last, but DEFINITELY NOT LEAST are these Oreo Stuffed Peanut Butter Cookies that The Crafty Blog Stalker made.
YUMMMMM!
Oreo Cookies and Peanut Butter?
Died and gone to heaven.

I hope that you have enjoyed these highlights and they have INSPIRED YOU!

If you were featured, please grab a button.

Thank you everyone for linking up your projects!

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  1. Thanks for hosting! I love the Holiday Frame too! Great idea!

  2. Thank you for featuring my Welcome Window! Come see us here in Georgia…you can easily find old windows for around $5!!!

  3. Fantastic highlights! Love the window, the aqua door {YUM} and the frame wreath… well, All of them I guess ;) Thanks for pointing them out.

  4. Kaysi @ Keeping It Simple says:

    Thanks for the feature and the kind words!

  5. i really want to do the snowflake wreath! She made it look easy.

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