October 21, 2012

Sunday Linky Party #83 + Goodies

Happy Sunday all! It's less than two weeks until Halloween (which, unfortunately, falls on a Wednesday this year). Instead of making Halloween October 31, it should just fall on the last Saturday of every October, kind of like how Thanksgiving always falls on the second-to-last Thursday of every November. Isn't that a great idea? Now how do we get them to make that change?? Well, hope you enjoy this week's features!

For something other than your typical pumpkin, (maybe something more chic rather than scary, to fit your style, of course ;), you can go the neon pumpkin route, like Meeha Meeha!

I've always wanted a butterfly specimen frame, but it's a little out of my price range at the moment, so I am excited to try this faux moth specimen frame by Twigg Studios! Also check out her other tutorials: faux wood drawers, Eline Pellinkhof inspired pumpkin, neutral Halloween decor, and natural history pumpkin.

Keep your skin moisturized AND give it a little glow by using this pear shimmer dry skin balm by Soap Deli News. Way to be practical and glamourous! Try her homemade deodorant, too.

Replace your current lampshade with this beachy lampshade by With a Blast. You'll have to figure out how to gather your own branches and tie them together, but that shouldn't be too hard. Check out her beach-inspired bookshelf, too.

If you love cinnamon rolls, you will love this cinnamon pull-apart bread! This looks so delicious and fun to eat :) Find it at High Heels and Grills. Try the pretzel bites, pumpkin sugar cookies, and the peaches n' cream french toast, too!

For some yummy fall-inspired goodies, make these apple caramel cupcakes with cream cheese frosting, by Will Cook for Smiles. For something festive, try her "Vampire's Weakness" a.k.a. blood orange spritzer!

Here's a "for dummies" recipe for making your own yogurt (which is perfect for me!). Thanks to Don't Waste the Crumbs. Try her very little bother oat bread as well.

Tom khaa gai, or chicken soup with lemongrass is seriously delicious! I love Thai soups so I'm glad Meine Kochlust has provided a recipe :) Give this a try for something different tonight.

For some very simple cookies that doesn't require many ingredients, make this harvest spice chocolate chip pudding mix cookies (whew, quite a long name) from Shaken Together!

Lastly, this bbq chicken nachos dish is perfect for a Sunday sports-watching party! Get this recipe from Dishing with Leslie and pair with her chicken chimichangas.

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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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Anonymous said...

Thanks for hosting! Have a lovely Sunday!


Self Sagacity said...

The pumpkin is very creative idea. I love pink anything!

With A Blast said...

Thank you so much for the feature and the party today! Enjoy your Sunday :-)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for hosting this link party. I’ve just submitted my post about Campfire Desserts at: http://yourcampingexpert.com/10-delicious-campfire-desserts-to-try/

HGK said...

Thanks for hosting & have a great sunday :)

Liefs, Audrey

keri @ shaken together said...

Thanks for featuring my very wordy cookies ;) Love the party each week!

aimee said...

Thankyou so much for featuring my moth specimen frame have a great weekend xxx

Michele Cole said...

Thanks so much for hosting!!

Michele @ Better Organized Living

Meeha Meeha said...

Thank you so much for hosting and for featuring the neon pumpkin - I am overwhelmed!

Melaina25 said...

Love the Neon Pumpkin!

✰Transatlantic Blonde✰

Lyuba @ Will Cook For Smiles said...

Awww, you love me! Thank you for featuring my cupcakes :)
Thank you for hosting!

Rebecca D. Dillon said...

Thank you so much for featuring my pear shimmer dry skin balm!

Tiffany- DontWastetheCrumbs said...

Good Morning! How exciting to see my for-dummies-yogurt featured!

This week I shared another little-bother recipe - cinnamon swirl oat bread. So delicious with a smear of butter!

I also shared an article I wrote explaining how flour can go sour, and how grain bugs get into our food.

Have a great week!