Creatively Crafty Link Party Week 75


Hi there, crafty friends! This week I’ve been launching a new venture and cleaning out my office (the two are connected!) and going through stuff is inspiring me to make new stuff, too.

I hope you’re having a great summer and getting some cool projects made.

This Week’s Featured Posts

creaftively crafty link party features week 75 Aren’t these little tea light lamps adorable? SimpleJoys made them with wine glasses and paper. They’re perfect for a fancy dinner or for using on the back porch while you listen to the frogs after the kids go to bed (just us?).

The girl (who is almost 8!) is finally occasionally letting me do things with her hair, so now I want to make a million of these felt farfalle hair bows from Satsuma Designs. They’re so easy to make with little scraps. Plus, felt farfalle is just fun to say.

While I’m clearing up and cleaning out my office, I’m thinking about what I’ll use to store what is left. Plastic storage is inexpensive but not usually all that cute, so I’m loving the plastic drawer makeover at Teadoddles. It’s amazing what some spraypaint, scrapbook paper and findings can do!

This Week’s Linky

Thank you for listing your creativity with us. Each week we will sponsor a new link party. Head over to the other co-hosts blogs to see all their fun stuff. We will also feature different projects so head over there to see if you were featured! Check them out here:

Life Beyond the Kitchen | My Thrifty House | Try It Like It | Al Things Beautiful| Our Daily Craft

You can also find us on Pinterest, where we will share featured posts.

Don’t forget to grab our “featured on” button if you like!

Try it - Like it

There are just a few simple rules:

  • Link to a specific post, not your home page.
  • Link up something YOU made/wrote/created.
  • Giveaways, other link parties, Etsy shops or business links are not accepted.
  • Don’t link and run. Try to visit at least one link and show them some love. You may make a new friend.
  • Have fun!

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