Welcome to Snickerdoodle Create Bake Make Link Party #249! Share your crafts, recipes, diy projects, home decor ideas, and more! Check out our featured posts, get inspired, and join us for the party. We can’t wait to see what you’ll share this week!
Please follow your hosts on one or more Social Media Platforms.
We’d love to connect! Let us know you’re following from the party. We’d love to follow you back!
We’d love for you to add our new logo to your party page!
It’s a great way to give you even more exposure!
After you link up at the party, follow all of the co-hosts on Pinterest and then send an email request to join the board to [email protected] Please include a link to your Pinterest Profile as well as the name of your blog.
Snickerdoodle Create Bake Make Link Party #249 Features
Features are pinned to our Party Board.
Please Pin From the Original Source
~Snickerdoodle Special Feature~
Fall Pumpkin Decor
All Snickerdoodle Special theme related posts are pinned.
Dollar Tree Pumpkin Makeover
~Most Clicked Feature~
Cinnamon Sugar Popovers
Table for Seven
~Co-host Spotlight Featured Post~
A Quick Change To Get Ready For Fall
Shoppe No 5
DIY Light Up Pallet Harvest Sign
Scarecrow Refresh with Paint
Let’s Add Sprinkles
Caramel Apple Cookies
Living on Cloud Nine
Let others know that you are featured! Tweet about it!
Let others know you were featured by displaying our Featured Post Image on your blog.
If you enjoy the party, we’d love for you to Tweet about it!I party at Snickerdoodle Create Bake Make Party! The party is open Sat through Tues. Share #crafts #homedecor #diyprojects #recipes and more! Click To Tweet
*For our Snickerdoodle Special Feature for next week’s party, we’re looking for Pumpkin Recipes.
Thanks for partying with us at
Snickerdoodle Create Bake Make Link Party #249
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This week has been a crazy stressful week with so much uncertainty about Hurricane Florence. Our governor announced a mandatory evacuation early in the week. We made plans to leave. Then, the predictions for the storm changed and it looked like Charleston wouldn’t be impacted very much at all, so we decided to stay put. Just as we breathed a sigh of relief, it all changed again and on Wednesday, our plans to leave were back on. By late Wednesday night, the storm weakened substantially reducing the threat level for Charleston. Our biggest threat seemed to be some potential for minor flooding and the potential loss of power which will be miserable, but obviously not dangerous, so we decided to stay. On Thursday morning, the path and intensity were still not set and there were models showing it heading south to Charleston. I was done with the up and down and uncertainty, so my husband and I decided to head north to the Atlanta area to visit family. Gloria decided to wait until Friday morning to leave and ultimately, she didn’t need to. Charleston was not hit with much of a storm at all, thankfully. To all who will have impacts from the storm, our thoughts are with you and we hope you stay safe.
Beverly shares easy, inexpensive craft tutorials, diy projects for the home, coastal decor projects, & thrift store find makeover projects all designed to help you create a beautiful home on a budget.