We’re delighted to have you join us for Snickerdoodle Create~Bake~Make Link Party #227! We’re looking forward to seeing what you’ll share at this week’s party. Have a look at our Featured Posts, get inspired and join the party!
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~ Snickerdoodle Create ~ Bake ~ Make Party #227 ~
Features are pinned to our Party Board.
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~Snickerdoodle Special ~
Spring Cleaning & Organization Ideas
All theme related posts are pinned!
A Budget Friendly Spring Refresh
~Most Clicked Feature~
Farmhouse Living Room Reveal
Kingsbury Brook Farm
Painting Terra Cotta Pots & Planting Pretty Flowers
Bluesky at Home
Cake With Saskatoon Filling
Of Faeries & Fauna
Printable Spring Brunch Table Setting
Custom Color Mixes: Intimidating or Just Plain Fun?
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For our Snickerdoodle Special Feature, we want to see your Recycled/Repurposed Projects.
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Snickerdoodle Create ~ Bake ~ Make Party #227
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On a personal note, I’m sorry to have not been visiting and leaving comments on many of the great links you all have shared over the last couple of weeks and I appreciate your continued support of the party. Along with my sisters and brother, I’ve been helping to sort through our mother’s things and clearing out her home as she’s moved in with my oldest sister. My mother has been suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease for a number of years and it has progressed to the point that she can no longer live alone. We’ll be back at her place over the weekend to continue. She lives about three and a half hours from me, so it’s a trek over and back. Obviously, my time to devote to the blog has been limited. I hope to have more time soon to get back to my usual visits to your links.
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.