January 29, 2012

Sunday Linky Party #48 + Goodies

Hope you're all having a good weekend so far. We've got some amazing crafts this weekend so check them out! I especially love the felt flower project below. I'm in the middle of a movie marathon (sort of) so... I'll leave you with this week's features!

Look at how gorgeous this felt flower is! Once you make it, it can be used as a brooch, on top of a headband, on a hat, or for anything else you can think of. This is seriously an amazing tutorial so head over to Hopes and Seams to get started!

Another great felt jewelry project, get inspired to make your own unique version of this by embroidering designs onto each little circle (although it's more time consuming, as My Life in Nambia experienced).

Guess what the flower on this Antro-knockoff vase is made of? Well, I'm not telling, but it's super cheap and relatively easy to make, so you'll have to go to The Turquoise Piano in order to find out!

Wouldn't it be nice to make your own baker's twine for special occasions? I personally use quite a bit of it for decorations and such. Nifty Thrifty Things has some advice for twisting the twine, although it can sometimes be a little tricky!

How cute are these printable seed packets, created by Soap Deli News? What fun little gifts for welcoming the spring would these be to pass to your neighbors, friends, or your children's classmates? I can't wait to start gardening! :)

Start personalizing your napkin rings with this creative idea from Crafting Rebellion. I love the gothic jewelry she chose for this project, but you can apply the same idea in your own style!

How drool-worthy does this chocolate and amaretto pana cotta look? Although drooling at the table wouldn't be polite. It's always useful to have a fancy-looking dessert recipe that's not too hard to make and this is a great one by Clarie Justine. Also, try her blackberries and clementine crumble.

Make dinner super flavorful with this marinated garlic lemon chicken with garlic lemon pasta, by Lady Behind the Curtain. It's actually two recipes-- one for the chicken and one for the pasta, so you can make them separately, but they're probably better combined :) And follow it up with her easy Valentine's day dessert.

Bake your own healthy and fresh twisted anadama bread with this recipe. It would go really well with soup or stew, as Square Circle Works is well aware of :)

Guess what's the secret ingredient in this potato chip chicken? The potato chip crumbs! Just bread your chicken breasts in potato chips and you don't really need to add much more seasoning. Try this super simple recipe by My Judy the Foodie and try her kahlua brownies too!

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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!

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Kelli @ The Loss Cause said...

Thanks for featuring my vase! I couldn't believe the secret way to make the flower when I found it.

Have a great Sunday!

Claire Justine said...

Thank you so much for featuring me :)following by GFC and Twitter :)

Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things} said...

Thank you so much for featuring my DIY baker's twine, Jen! Thanks for always being a fabulous host! :)
Vanessa @ {nifty thrifty things}

Unknown said...

Wow! Those felt projects are stunning! So glad you liked my pineapple cake, hope you like this week's cheater trifle :-)

Punky Prep said...

Thanks for featuring my Shabby Chic Napkin Rings! I love all the features, great ideas!

Jennifer McLean said...

thanks for hosting the blog hop, I love perusing all the stuff on a lazy sunday.
Jenn from www.justaddwatersilly.com

Make it Create by Lilly Ashley said...

Hi! I'm a new follower and new to your link party, from The Latest Find! Linking up, thanks for hosting! Love your site!! I also added your party button to my "all the latest parties" page (tab at the top)! Looking forward to more of your link parties! =)

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for featuring my pink felt peony! :) I'm actually pretty shy about my blog, so I was really surprised to see it up here :) Thank you for hosting these fab weekly parties!

OnePerfectDay said...

So many wonderful links!
thanks for hosting!