July 31, 2011

Sunday Linky Party #26 + Goodies

Well, I don't have much going on today. My husband is annoying me with his indecision about whether he wants to eat at home or not. I think I just want to hit the restaurant because it's easier. He can stay home by himself and ponder about what he wants while I do my own thing -_-

Here are this week's featured projects! Right now, I'm thinking that if I make any of the recipes below, I'm not sharing it with anyone, and definitely not with my husband.

This piece of wall art is so bright and eye-catching, I also love the honey bee image (if you haven't noticed from my little jewelry shop, I like honey bees a lot :). Learn how to make this at Domestiquette!

Check out this free downloadable party kit by a guest blogger from Running with Glitter. It has everything you'll need to throw a matryoshka-themed party.

This messenger bag by the Crafty Cpa is so cool. I also love the fabric she chose. Check out her little leaf tote tutorial as well.

homemade deodorant
Photo by lorigami
Make your own deodorant? Sure, why not? Soap Deli News has several deodorant recipes for you to try. She has a coffee body lotion recipe too.

These wire-wrapped rings that can be used as napkin rings or for your fingers. They're useful and pretty! By Making Jewelry Now.

These shark-hooded towels are so fun! I would have wanted one of these so much as a kid. Kissed By a Frog has a great tutorial for making these towels your own.


Additional projects you need to try:


Make these simple rum truffles with leftover cake, thanks to Nifty Thrifty Things :)

Check out these cute stamped orange sugar cookies! Stamping them is such a good idea. Find out how to do it at Lady Behind the Curtain. You can also find her pork slider recipe here.

It's so exciting to see a recipe for Vietnamese spring rolls, thanks to Hungry Homebody. These things are so good and now I can make my own. Yay :)

Yum, these rice pudding with caramelized peaches are such classy desserts. Find the recipe at Will Cook for Smiles, along with her Thai chicken stir-fry.


More recipes:



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9 comments:

Steph said...

Hi Jen, thanks for hosting! Hope you guys finally got something to eat (my husband does the same sometimes too...yes, very annoying!).

Life In The Thrifty Lane said...

Thanks for hosting Jen, so funny reading about your hubby!! Hope you went to a fancy restaurant!!

Kelly @ Run With Glitter said...

Thanks for hosting!! And thank you for sharing the printable from my guest blogger!!!!!

Jamie said...

Thank you for hosting the party and for mentioning my chair in your features up top! That made me smile! :)

Jamie
day-and-age-design.com

Kate M said...

Thanks for hosting this terrific hop! I added your blog button to the "Button Parade" on my sidebar and your Sunday linky button to "Weekly Blog Hops." Love your blog and your Etsy shop!

Cheers,
Kate

{nifty thrifty things} said...

Thank you so much for hosting again and featuring my rum truffles!! Yaay!!
Hugs,
Vanessa

" me " said...

i love the messanger bag and the towels !!!

thehungryhomebody said...

thanks for featuring my Vietnamese Cold Rolls! Have a great weekend :)

Julianna

clutterhome said...

Those spring rolls look so good! I have a Korean friend who makes them from time to time with a similar rice paper and they're SO YUMMY!

Thanks for hosting!