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diy Sunday Showcase 12/20, & FAVS!

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Whoa!!! Did you see what we had linked up last week!? Some really amazing crafts and recipes and over 400 links! That is just amazing. It was definitely an influx of holiday posts and a TON of inspiration, and we all thank you for sharing those with us. Are you ready to see our favorites from this past week? Check these out! I am totally in love with this awesome Merry and Bright Christmas sign. Megin’s favorite is this crazy cool Chalkboard Fireplace. Shelly’s loved this one! It’s a heartwarming Grandma’s Sled.   Erin’s favorite are these Stained Glass Christmas

DIY No Sew Cornice and Curtains

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DIY No Sew Cornice and Curtains
Being a part of the FloraCraft®Make it: Fun® team has been so fun and challenging. Every month we are given new products and a theme to create. This month, I have to admit, I was a bit stumped with my DIY.  I usually have an awesome idea (I think, anyway!) on what to make, but this month I was at a loss. I could never decide what I wanted to make, and then literally this morning, it hit me. I should make a monogram letter for my daughters new FROZEN vanity she received on her birthday. That wasn’t enough,  so

Monogrammed Framed Chalkboard

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Monogrammed Framed Chalkboard
Hi PinkWhen readers! I’m Brandy and I write over at BD Design, a DIY craft and home decor blog. We are just a week away from Christmas and I have one last decorating idea for you to tackle before the big day.  I have a giant chalkboard (that terribly needs a fresh coat of white paint AND chalkboard paint) that hangs in our living room. You can usually find some sort of inspirational quote or holiday message on it. If you look closely, you can see the message my kids wrote my husband for his birthday a few weeks ago.

Homemade Laundry Detergent

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Homemade Laundry Detergent
Are you looking for an easy homemade laundry detergent recipe? We at Kids Activities blog have been making this Laundry Paste Recipe one for awhile now, it’s simple and chemical free! I love that I know exactly what is going on my kid’s clothing. So much easier on their delicate skin than the store-bought rough stuff. Laundry Paste: Some of these ingredients might look a bit unfamiliar, but you can grab them at most grocery stores, or on Amazon. They even have a value pack on Amazon where you can buy all three ingredients together. (affiliate links) 1 Cup of

What are you wishing for this Christmas?

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What are you Wishing for This Christmas
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of UPS for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. What are you wishing for this Christmas? A new bike, a new car, a new outfit, a new toy?  There are so many ideas that are running through my head it is crazy.  This year I am making al of those wishes, but I am wishing it for someone else.  Not just “someone”, but a group of children who are at a local home here in Shreveport where I live who don’t get a lot of Christmas. Why? Because this is a

Framed Snowflake Ornament

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Framed Snowflake Ornament
Hello Everyone! It’s Dee from Meatloaf and Melodrama, and I’ve got a very simple snowflake craft to share with all of you today. It’s almost Christmas, but I’m still finding little areas around my home that could use just a bit more embellishment. Normally, I don’t use a lot of red in my home, but I just love using it during the holiday season and for a little while after. So, I made a framed snowflake that’s perfect for the holidays and can even stay around your home during the winter months. It would also make a cute gift! For

FROZEN Inspired Party Ideas

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FROZEN Inspired Party Ideas
  This post has been a long time in the making!  My toddler had her 4th birthday party a couple of weeks ago and, of course, we had to make it a FROZEN themed party.  I had so much fun putting it together, I had to make it a post! Today I am going to share with you all of these fun FROZEN Inspired Party Ideas. FROZEN Inspired Party Ideas It was really fun to put together this Frozen Inspired Birthday party.  I had a million ideas, but finally decided on these ideas as my favorites. To decorate the tables,

#WaysToWow $1000 Sweepstakes!

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  Are you looking for Ways To Wow your holiday guests this season? Need quick holiday appetizers and easy holiday cookie recipes that will please but won’t keep you tied up in the kitchen?  Discover inspiration for your holiday table on the Ways To Wow Pinterest Board! Speaking of inspiration, how would a $1000 Shopping Spree fit into your holiday plans? Enter the Ways To Wow Sweepstakes for your chance to win a $1000 Target gift card! HOW TO ENTER Visit Ways To Wow $1000 Sweepstakes Entry Form below. Provide name and email address so we can contact you if

Creating Memories Under The Mistletoe

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Creating Memories Under The Mistletoe
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Glade® . The opinions and text expressed in this post are all mine. There are so many things that I love about Christmas, but one of my favorite things that the holidays conjure up are memories. I have so many different memories of different times and places, and it’s funny how easy they are to remember when given something that reminds you of them. It can be something as simple as a word, a picture, or a look that reminds you of times past. One of the most jarring

Rustic Handmade Christmas Decorations

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Rustic Handmade Christmas Decorations
Hi PinkWhen readers! Its Sarah from EDEA Smith here to share with you my Rustic Handmade Christmas Decorations. There are around two weeks left till Christmas and were feeling very festive here, the tree is up, the mantel is decorated and the presents are wrapped (almost) We moved into our ‘new’ home on December 13th last year, one of my very first things to do (as a Mommy with small kids) was to dig out our Christmas tree and get the decor up. We had no time to arrange new decorations (although we really needed them) so we used what