Show Me What Ya Got #84

My hubby is home today! It is Pioneer Day in Utah so he has the day off. I am planning on cruising through my “to do” list. I have so many little projects in the works.

I hope you had a fabulous weekend and are all ready to link up your latest and greatest! I will try to take breaks today and peek :)

Here are the posts from the last week in case you missed them:

Solar Lamp Tutorial

The Moss Art from my Secret Garden

How to make a play tent

Remember:

*No etsy shops, no giveaways, and nothing that is for sale

*Link back to me

*visit other links and share the love


 

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  1. says

    Hi Stacy,
    I hope you have a great day, with your hubby home, getting things crossed off that to-do list. Thank you for hosting the link party again this week.
    Amy @ The Happy Scraps

  2. says

    Hey Stacey, Thanks for hosting! Edmund Barr was here last week and he was talking about how wonderful and sweet you are! FYI, Reading your BH&G story made me feel so much more at ease while preparing for my visit-I was such a nut too!
    xxx
    Kim

  3. says

    Hi Stacy!

    Thank you for hosting! I love those cardboard cars – great idea and great fun!!! Have a great week – enjoy!!!

    Sherry

  4. says

    Adorable Stacey, It’s been such a busy summer, that I’ve barely been able to keep up with my own blog – let alone visit others. I’m so glad I made time to stop by today. I’m enjoying catching up on your wonderful posts. You’re one of my favorite places for inspiration. I’ve GOT to make those drive-in theater cars some day {when I have enough grandchildren to have a party}. And how cute is your son in that fish foam video. Love the philosophy of teaching kids to be self-reliant too. And finally, thanks for hosting the par-tay – you’re the “Hostess with the Mostess”.

    Warmly, Michelle

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