November 20, 2011

Sunday Linky Party #39 + Goodies

It's only a few more days until Thanksgiving! I hope you're all prepared for the big dinner. I'm making the turkey this year and I still haven't researched any recipes (I'm sort of new to turkey-baking). Hope it'll turn out good (fingers crossed).

This hanging moss frame is so cute and whimsical. I love it! Our Mini Family shows us how to make one and where she got that lovely picture.

Check out Twigg Studios for this pretty paper rose wreath. The tutorial to these book page roses are on a separate page. They look seriously sophisticated!

Another home decor item, this gorgeous twig vase is pretty easy to make. Thanks to I Can't Stop Crafting for sharing such a perfect fall idea.

If you need table setting ideas, check out this bookish one from The 36th Avenue. It includes the placemat and the name tag, plus other decorating ideas. Only a few days left to give this a try in time for you know what!

How cool is this origami pillow? Head over to Design 9 Fluff for the tutorial. You can make a super colorful one too by using different colors for the origami folds. Maybe a Christmas-themed one?

It's not too early to prepare for Christmas, is it? Surprise your loved ones with these personalized clay ornaments that are just adorable! Life in the Thrifty Lane makes it look easy.

If you've wanted to sew your own fluffy Christmas stockings, you'll have plenty of time to get them done, thanks to The Pless Press. I love the fabric choices and the tutorial is very thorough.

This project is so cute! My husband and I have the same problem, with him wanting fewer blankets and me wanting lots of warmth. Craft Buds took on the task of finding a solution and I think it turned out great :)

I absolutely love the zuppa toscana soup from Olive Garden, so I can't wait to try this copycat recipe from Mom On Timeout! Maybe I'll add this to my Thanksgiving dinner menu! :)

Here's another copycat soup from the Olive Garden: the minestrone soup, by Cooking with K! Try her easy Italian bread recipe too.

Make this white bean dip on Thursday to entertain your hungry guests before dinner is served, from Will Cook for Smiles. It's a healthy start to an intensely fulfilling dinner! Try her mushroom onion cream risotto as well.

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Artsy VaVa said...

Thanks for hosting the party!

Jenny @ Simcoe Street said...

Thanks for hosting! xo

Erin of Salvaged Whimsy said...

Its my 1st time here - thanks for hosting!

Steph said...

I'm sure your turkey will be great! Have a Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for hosting!

Sarah said...

Thanks for the opportunity to link up! Hope you have a great Thanksgiving!


Lyuba @ Will Cook For Smiles said...

Thank you so much for the feature! I love your parties :)

Life In The Thrifty Lane said...

Thanks for featuring my Christmas ornaments Jen!!! Have a great week :)

Amber said...

Thank you for hosting and for featuring my stocking tutorial! I really appreciate it! Have a great day!

adventuresindinner said...

Thanks so much for mentioning my cabbage rolls. I've got a really easy brining recipe for your turkey so you won't have to be worried about it being dry.

Hope everyone likes my fun interactive wreath. I've only had it up for a couple days and it is already almost full.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for hosting!

That white bean dip sounds delicious! I've never heard of anything like it.

MoneySavingEnthusiast said...

There are so many wonderful projects. I have to figure out where to start!