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Crafts, Diy, Tutorials & Link-Up

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Dear Creatives, Ready or not weekend inspiration to put onto your fun check-list. I have always enjoyed using pretty wool felts. It is time to order up some for some spring & Easter crafting goodness! I just happened along a few tutorials that will make you smile. Then onto the Feature Friday Link-Up! Please when you enter your items tweet & share the link so more people share their creativity & inspire us.{link-up at end of post} I want to see all your creativity! Just like these gals!



Maize Hutton

I didn’t find a written tutorial for this one, but if you are crafty none is needed. I can see spinning a twist of these & making some bunny very happy with a little pin for their lapel. Maize has quite a few tutorials on her blog Maize Hutton.



Bugs & Fishes

So maybe you don’t want bunnies running around all over your house & you are looking for something more sophisticated. This spring flower broach tutorial may just be the quick crafting project to do over the weekend or even the next. You can find it at Bugs & Fishes which is written by Laura Howard. When you visit Bugs & Fishes you will find links to the latest book, a shop & yes even an Etsy shop full of felt! Bet I beat ya over there, lol.



It is no surprise to me that Rebecca Cooper who writes as Simple As That created this great St. Patrick’s Day Diy. I love her photography skills visiting her never disappoints. The great thing about Pinterest is if you haven’t visited a blog in a while you get to see some of your favorites by seeing their images on there.These ideas just say spring is here! & if you missed yesterday’s post it has diy for outdoors, along with garden.


Now to the Feature Friday Link Up!

I had the lowest entries since I started the link-up, but they were all lovely entries. *when you enter be sure to tweet & share so more get to find the link up & see your creativity!

Moroccan Chicken

This week I had to share this entry of a lovely recipe from meinekochlust.blogspot Ester has a translator on the top side of the site to be able to read her blog. Esther shares lots of recipes that she makes in her home. Recipes from soups to desserts. Her entry looks so good I had to share it & Feature her blog! Give Esther a visit when your done here.

Happy In Red

Now from Happy In Red is this free printable. So if you like it just pop by her blog, print it & thank her! Be sure to let her know how you found her.

Now it’s your turn!

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    1. Hi Donna, Thanks for your visit! I’ll drop by soon I look forward to seeing your blog / site!

  1. Thanks for hosting your fun party each week! Some linky parties are so unreliable. Looks like I’m first, cool!

  2. Thanks so much for visiting my blog! I’m here returning the ♥! You have such an inspirational site and I’ll be back 🙂

    Have a great weekend!

    1. Your welcome Esther! Thanks so much for linking up & inspiring us! I hope your weekend was good too!

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