It’s frigid here today. -2°F this morning. The sun has been shining though and the temp is up to 7° now. Downright balmy I tell ya 😀
Thankfully it’s only 40 days till April. By April the cold days are numbered and Spring really is on the horizon. And we can start outdoor projects again – YAY!
And now it’s your turn. What unfolded for you this week?
Recycled Paper Beads from My Big Fat Happy Life. Includes a great tutorial for making your own!
Are you on Instagram? It’s my favorite social media! Mommyzoid shares some great tips for how to use IG as a blogger.
Pennies to Pearls shared this super cute and easy Valentine’s Craft. What is it about simple sticks from the backyard that is so appealing in home decor? I love it!
This sewing room makeover has me drooling and just a tad envious. Cornbread and Beans did a great job with this and I plan to show that cutting counter to my hubby and ask him to make me one. Forget a table – I need that shelving underneath!
These Love Letter Heart Tags are just so beautiful. Pleasure in Simple Things shows how to make these!
Sugar Cookies – I can almost smell these fresh from the oven. Baking would be a good thing on these cold winter days! Pennies into Pearls shared these too – and I had to share cause they look so good and I love the photo 😀
This yummy looking breakfast scramble was shared by Who Gave the Baby Coffee? Seriously – is that not the best blog name? It’s great – love it so much!
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