Fantastic Features from One Creative Weekend #19!

Sorry to bring you features a day early, but this is one of those weeks when I've had to adapt!  Tomorrow, I'll be doing my very first guest post.  (You'll have to check back tomorrow to find out where.)

One Creative Weekend currently has 158 links!  Not only am I thrilled, but I now have the huge responsibility of picking favorites out of such a huge list.  You all are so talented.  I've narrowed the list to nine, but I could feature your projects forever!  Here are some of my favorites:

Presidential Pancakes from Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons

Regardless of your political preference, I'm sure we can all agree that these are the funniest pancakes ever!

 

Duct Tape Pencil Rolls by Taking Time to Create

{If you've been reading my site for very long, you know what a fan I am of pencil rolls.  How could I resist?}

Bucket of Blessings from Second Chance to Dream

{I absolutely love that the blessings are written on smooth rocks that can be reread from year to year.}

Snow Art from the Chirping Mom

{I hope this is a year that my little piece of desert gets some snow.  My kids would love this!  Did I just hear all of my local friends groan?}

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Tiffany Blue and Vanilla Cupcakes from What's Cooking With Ruthie

{I chose these because the presentation is beautiful, but I just checked the recipe, and they are gluten free!  Now I like them even more.

You'll have to check out Ruthie's recipe to see the secret ingredients.}

Sugar Bugs from What Happens at Grandma's

{What kid wouldn't love to create some of these adorable, edible critters?}

 Only a few more weeks until my kids can do fun projects with Grandma, too!  Maybe we should give her and Grandpa a little time to unpack their new house first.  . . . Nah!

(Kidding, Mom and Dad.  We'll give you at least a day.)

Story Book Craft:  Rainbow Fish Cushion by Heron's Crafts

{Still a favorite book at our house--age doesn't seem to matter!}

Coasters from Scrap Fabric Tutorial from Poor and Gluten Free

{I've always wanted to make a rag rug.  This looks like a good practice project to get me started!}

 Nightstand to Doll Closet Tutorial from Diana Rambles

{Anyone have an extra nightstand they want get rid of?  (Wink, wink.)  My girls would love this!}

 

Comments

  1. Thanks so much for featuring my coasters, Heidi! I'm so glad you like them, and great minds think alike, I'm working on a rug right now with different shades of blue satin ;) If you do make a rug let me know! I'd love to see it.

  2. Thanks so much for featuring my Nightstand Doll Closet. I bet you can find something cheap at a thrift store. There are lots of great ideas featured. Thanks! I've grabbed the featured button and put it on my sidebar. I'll come party again on Friday!

  3. It is always a compliment to be featured on your lovely blog. Thank you!
    I am very happy that your daughters will be able to enjoy crafting and cooking with their grandmother much more frequently! And you will be right in the middle of everything! Fun!
    I wish you a Blessed Thanksgiving, Heidi!

  4. Thanks so much for the feature! Really made my day! I am just about to link up to your new party! I love the nightstand idea - what a great re-purpose!
    Have a great weekend!

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