Thursday, February 2, 2012

Link It Up Thursday #5


These Peas Taste Funny


I can hardly believe it, but last week we had 116 links to our party.  Woohoo.  Kadie and I were so thrilled and want to say a huge thank you to everyone who has participated.  It is getting more difficult to pick out features, but here are a few things that caught my eye this week:


Katie from Raising Oranges made this fun crayon roll.  The tutorial looks so easy that I might give it a try for my crochet hook roll.

Raising Oranges

I have not been able to get this cake out of my head since I saw it on Anita's site, Aunt Nubby's Kitchen.  I love the bundt presentation.

Aunt Nubby's Kitchen

I just think this is the most clever little bag and it looks very easy to make.  Head on over to At Home by the Baye to get the link to the pattern.

At Home by the Baye

Donna from Loopy Loop Creations made these sweet valence/curtains for her daughter's bedroom and there was no sewing involved.  Check out how she did it.

Loopy Loop Creations


Carmella over at Creative Carmella made the cutest Valentine's, complete with scratch off message.  I love the stamped pendant that she used to do the scratching.

Creative Carmella

Great job Ladies!!  Go ahead and grab yourself a Featured Button!  Facebook features -- make sure you get a button too. If you didn't get featured here, head over to Kadie’s site and see if she featured you.

These Peas Taste Funny

This is a shared link party so if you link it up here it will show up on the fabulous Kadie’s blog, Seven Alive.  We want to see everything you have to link up! Old projects, new posts, giveaways, esty shops, recipes, crocheting, any and everything.  If you have more than one thing to link up, even better.  


Here are our very simple rules.

1.  Please keep it family friendly.
2.  Link back to our site or grab a button so others can share in the fun.
3.  Following us would be nice (but don't feel you have to)
4. Have fun, be inspired.

If you would like an e-mail reminder about the party let us know in the comments (please include your email address).  We will happily add you to the list. 


These Peas Taste Funny
Okay, enough blabbing - on to the party (and thanks again for coming).

15 comments:

Danni Baird @ Silo Hill Farm said...

Another great party! Thank you for hosting! I want to make that yummy looking cake from last week too!

Kerry Rossow said...

Wow, that cake is almost too beautiful to eat...almost.
Thank you for hosting!
Kerry at HouseTalkN

Baye said...

So glad you liked the knot bag! Thanks for featuring it.

Susan-The Weekly Sweet Experiment said...

The features look great! Thanks for hosting!

Anita Stafford said...

Terry, Thank you for featuring the cake! This week I have shared Bacon Wrapped Jalapenos and Lemon Cookies. Thank you for hosting!

Terrie said...

Thanks for hosting. Another day to view the inspiring blogs. The heart shaped stuff are wonderful.

Katie said...

Thanks for the feature!!!

MiMi said...

LOVE those features!!

Stephanie said...

So excited to see all of the Valentine ideas!! Thanks for hosting girls!!

Loopy Loop Creations said...

Thank you so much for featuring my curtains!!

Donna

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Thanks for hosting! Aunt Nubby's cake looks amazing:@)

Cranberry Morning said...

Thanks so much for hosting and inviting me to join the party!! ♥ I would bring the biscotti if I could. :-)

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

Oh my gosh...look at all these links! What a great turn out...well done my friend. I hope to make it next week if I can get up a decent post.

Melysa - Moments with the Montanos said...

Thanks for the invite!

Grace @ Sense and Simplicity said...

Thanks for the link party. I'm off to read your photo tips - I read about what good success Ann had and I want some of that too!

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