January 15, 2012

Sunday Linky Party #46 + Goodies

Here's to another Sunday. I'm currently in NY, spending some time with the husband, and flying back tonight. Wish we could hang out longer, but maybe another time. I'm getting pretty excited now that the days are slightly longer again!

Here's to another week of incredibly creative projects and yummy recipes!

If you need a romantic and whimsical frame for your living room, I Can't Stop Crafting has the solution for your fix. I like the book-pages trend right now and lots of people are getting really creative with it :) This frame is really gorgeous!

If you have old denims that you don't know what to do with, how about making bracelets? I think it'd be a fun project to work on with your kids, to trade as friendship bracelets, or to stack a bunch of them on yourself. Check it out at Av Susanne!

Microwavable heat packs with personality! You'll have to have some basic knowledge of sewing in order to follow this tutorial, but it's pretty simple. Since the fabric used is felt (which doesn't fray at the edges), you can actually hand-sew this if you don't have a sewing machine. Head over to Gluesticks for more.

Here's a cute pillow project for those with kids who believe in the tooth fairy. I see that the generous tooth fairy at The Blackberry Vine left $100 for a Jack. Where can I find this fairy and get her/him to work at my house once I have kids?

Need new lip balm? Or party favors? Because you can't exactly just make one of these with the recipe from Soap Deli News. Of course, you can substitute other flavors if you'd prefer something other than chocolate mint!

Okay, maybe it doesn't seem like a big deal to some, but adding a doily touch to your regular napkins is so cool! Thanks for the awesome idea and useful tutorial, Ode to Inspiration.

This is a really great idea, especially if you have a Scrabble game lying around that's missing a few letters. Now the bigger challenge is... getting it to read down and maybe diagonally as well! Check out the tutorial at Making Memories.

Omg, homemade baileys?!?! YEEEEE :) Because, you know, Baileys is really good (and also drains the wallet, not that I buy much of it), so homemade baileys is much better because I can also tweak it to my liking! Nifty Thrifty Things, you're so awesome!

Check out My Judy the Foodie's appetizer list of recipes for tv-waching, including this yummy hot crab dip! These would be great for a lazy Sunday get together. Try her chocolate cake truffles too.

For peanut butter and chocolate lovers, how about a peanut butter fudgy muffin? This would make a great breakfast item on-the-go, which is great for me because I (unfortunatley) never sit down to eat breakfast. Try this from Talking Dollars and Cents, as well as chicken tetrazzine and monkey bread recipes.

More recipes:

Join the fun every Sunday and link up your latest blog post! I will be featuring my favorite blog posts from this list on the next Sunday Linky Party. You can post anything you'd like to share! :) Check out the other linked posts as well - they're gems!

Please link a specific blog post and not the overall homepage! 

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Anonymous said...

OMG! You have no idea how excited I was to see my doily paper napkins featured! Thanks bunches!!

Steph @ The Silly Pearl said...

Thanks for hosting, Jen! Have a safe trip home and glad you got to spend time with your husband!

Trish - Mom On Timeout said...

Thanks so much for hosting! Hope you're having a wonderful weekend!

Life In The Thrifty Lane said...

Thanks for hosting Jen!

Lyuba @ Will Cook For Smiles said...

What you for the shout-out!! Thank you for hosting the party :)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for hosting!

adventuresindinner said...

Great party, great week :-)

Linda B said...

Great items, I always forget about your hop.

Jennifer McLean said...

thanks for hosting, I'm a new follower and hopper!
Jenn @JustAddWaterSilly.com

Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things} said...

Whohoo! Thank you so much for featuring my homemade Baileys, Jen!! :D
Thanks for hosting a fabulous party!

Mrs. Sarah Coller said...

Those doily napkins are adorable and I love the book paper frame too! Thanks for the opportunity to link up!

Mrs. Sarah Coller

Rebecca D. Dillon said...

Thanks so much for featuring my lip balm tutorial!