Wednesday, February 9, 2011

What I Whipped Up Wednesday- Week 14

Hi friends!
I've been away from the blog scene for about a week or so...quick check-ins...no linky party...chaos.
Today I had planned on opening the linky party early to make up for last week.
Unfortunately I missed all of Brent's memos and lost my subscription to Linky Tools.
Hubby just fixed everything for me and paid the subscription so that you lovelies can enter your links.
Apologies for the announcement on Twitter and late linky party.
I'll keep it open until Saturday this week so that you can add several links!

On with the eye candy:

Malory made this adorable zipper rose and posted a full photo tutorial, too. So cute!



Jennifer made this squash casserole that I think everyone in my family would love. And if not, I will happily eat all of it all by myself!



This KooKoo Craft doll named Zoe puts a smile on my face!



Mallory made this adorable Valentine's Day wreath. It's simplicity makes it absolutely stunning!



Sarah made this rad Scrabble tile pillow that I fully intend on copying. She also made one with a Diet Coke logo. If I can get her to switch to Coke Zero, she might become my new BFF. ;)



The Apple Attic posted about the adorable fabric alphabet they created. I love this idea and love that the template is in the post. Bloggers who link-back and post awesome crafts make me uber happy! This is perfect for my new childcare, too.



Blondray made these adorable faux cupcakes that you all know will be sitting in my kitchen the very second I have time to craft again!



Kerri-Lynn created an adorable nursery for her twin boys using mod elephants. I could live in this room! I actually have a pile of the same scrapbook paper from when I created my son's mod elephant nursery back in the day. His collection was by Amy Coe, though. Yadda yadda...go check this awesome room out!



My sweet friend Marta created a fantastic wall in her home that was inspired by the wall in our old house. Seeing our walls side by side in photographs makes me realize how very true that phrase is. Life is beautiful. So incredibly beautiful.



My bloggy BFF Rachelle re-did her hallway and posted all about it. In the same post, she mentioned her use of hotel door numbers {swoon} and photographed them above the glass door knobs. You have to see the awesomesauce post yourself...love!



This hidden washer and dryer got my wheels turning and has me thinking of endless possibilities that a little bit of velcro and fabric can create! Love the fabric she chose, too!



Phew, that was exhausting...you guys are talented!
Now it's your turn to link up to party number fourteen...woot!

Here are a few things to remember:
Must be your project...any craft, recipe, makeover, or idea you want to show off.
Must be linked to the specific blog post; not just your blog's url.
Feel free to grab the button so that others can link up too!


Happy Wednesday!
xo

18 comments:

  1. Thank you soooooooo much for featuring my doll here! You made my day :D Have a beautiful wednesday!

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  2. thanks for the feature on the Scrabble Tile Pillow.
    I indulge in Coke Zero every ONCE in a while.
    At least you're not saying "diet pepsi" because that's blasphemy in my house!
    I can handle anything in the Coke family :)

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  3. Glad you liked my nursery artwork! I have a big thing for elephants and polka dots too! Thanks so much!

    Kerri
    mydecoratingaddiction.blogspot.com

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  4. Thanks so much for showing off my solution to my ugly washer/dryer look. I love to spread the word about velcro because sometimes it is the better solution! :) Happy Wedneday!

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  5. Oh wow, that squash casserole looks delicious! Thanks for hosting!

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  6. Hey Kimmie! Thanks so much for the feature love! =) Ahhh this is so super exciting! <3 I've made that recipe 4 times this month alone, its so delish -- hope you love it!

    xoXOxo
    Jenn @ Peas & Crayons

    ps: thanks for hosting! <3

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  7. Thanks for featuring us! :) How awesome!

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  8. Thanks for featuring me! I had so much fun trying (and finally succeeding) in making the zipper roses.

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  9. What a great blog and blog party! So glad I found you. I am your newest follower :) Those are some great features. I have a lot of reading to do so I'll talk to ya later!

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  10. Kimmie, Hold onto your glue gun because I got inspired by Erin @Bringing Up Burns and I am whipping up something that is going to be on the hook! Be afraid, be very afraid.

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  11. I'm in. Call me if you have any questions as to how I pulled this off.

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  12. Thank you so much for featuring me Kimmie!!! I'm flattered to be recognized among such talented crafters.

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  13. All of these look so good but the squash casserole looks great!

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  14. Cute blog. Sweet and fun posts. Following!

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