It’s hard to believe this linky has been going on for a year! Thank you to everyone who has contributed or checked out the links, and thanks to my co-hosts for being so much fun. Here’s to many more years of crafty goodness!
I’m not much of a quilter, but this patchwork heart quilted table runner from Clever Little Mouse caught my eye. It’s actually not all the difficult to put together because the heart is pieced with whole squares and half-square triangles, so there are no curves. I might make a single heart and use it as a pillow cover. Either way, super cute!
I love a good upcycle, and these plastic hearts made from old food containers from Sum of Their Stories are gorgeous and simple to make. You probably have everything you need for them in your house right now. (Spoiler alert: it’s painted with nail polish.)
We have used cloth napkins for years, and it’s about time for me to make some more because many of the storebought ones we have are looking pretty raggedy. It’s fun to make cloth napkins in different ways, and Keeping It Real has collected six great ideas for ways to make or jazz up your homemade cloth napkins. Two are even no-sew!
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:
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!
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!