Okay. So this past week has been a little NuTs. All 6 of us at our house came down with strep throat over the weekend and a couple of my boys had ear infections on top of that. My hubby who was laid off about 6 months ago finally got a job. He is an architect and the new job is not in his field of work, but it is a job. We were tired of hearing that he was “over qualified”. (If you could see me I would be doing very animated Chris Farly parenthesis with my fingers) I am hoping that him being gone all day won’t throw off my blogging groove. I will just have to adjust my schedule :) I had to put my super fun project on hold due to being sick so I am hoping to get it done today and posted tomorrow. I also was able to go to a SUPER fun party at Jen’s house. Jen who? Oh, Jen from Tatertots and Jello. You may have heard of her. (eek!) And silly me, I didn’t take my camera. I will have to steal some from someone else’s blog when they post theirs. I also met Amy from the Idea Room, Ellie G from Less cake More Frosting, Michelle from A little Tipsy, Ashley from I’m Topsy Turvey, and some new friends. So fun! But I defiantly felt like a teeny tiny microscopic fish (maybe even a bacteria) in the pond with a whole lota big fish.
Alrighty, enough about me. You came here for the features! And we have some great ones just like last week. You girls did not disappoint. And also like last week, I had a hard time picking. It took me longer to pick then it did to post about them! Here they are!
Amy from Home Remedies created the BEAUTIFUL vignette with things she bought at the dollar store and a few things she already had. The dollar store people! Amazing!
Abbi from My Garden of Eden linked up these adorable decorations. I love them grouped in three. So fun!!!
Sarah from Tankens Tidbits saw some metal reindeer but they were too expensive. So she made her own out of dowels and hammered metal spray paint! And you won’t believe how cheap they were to make. $1/77!!!!!!
Suzy from Suzy’s Artsy-Craftsy made these snowflake soaps for co-workers. So cute! You need to pop over to see how easy it is to make them. What a super fun idea!
Kate from See Kate Sew made these pretty fabric bows. Genius! The bow is a gift in and of itself! Check out her blog to see how it looks as a headband :)
Don’t forget to grab my button if you were featured!!! It is on my side bar. Thanks again for a fabulous linky party :)