Sunday, November 17, 2019

Bring On The Winter Crafts Craftastic Monday Link Party


Well last week's crazy weather pushed most of us from fall right into winter!  Nearly a foot of snow outside definitely has me thinking of Christmas and wintertime projects (poor Thanksgiving you're getting shortchanged this year).  

So it's an ideal time to share BOTH fall and winter crafts, decorations, recipes & DIYs and any holiday projects you've been creating.  Past or present, if it's made by you, link it up!

I've also opened the party up to include other link parties, so if you host a link party, feel free to add it too.  


 Last week I took a much needed babymoon getaway and started on some Christmas projects that will be shared in the coming weeks.  I can't wait to reveal them!

It's also time to announce the winner of the $25 gift code Thanks-filled GIVEAWAY to my 
Heavenly Fabric Shop & Craft Supplies:  

~~~ Christi S. ~~~

Congratulations Christi & thank you to everyone who left sweet comments about my shop.  I'll be having some special Black Friday Sales & Offers for you!

And speaking of Black Friday/Cyber Monday, it's the ideal time to share your crafty or handmade business at:


For handmade sellers & crafty business owners, it's a great way to promote your shop, plus highlight sales, deals & specials for the season. 

One business from each week's Crafty Business Link Up gets be featured here at Craftastic Monday for bonus exposure.  This week's Crafty Business of the Week is  


Steph Creates Shop is a brand new handmade shop that offers 
sweet decorative wooden signs.


If you want your shop or business to get a chance to be featured, come link up to the next Crafty Business Weekends!  It's open Fri-Sun every week so you'll have the whole weekend to join in!
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Now for the Craftastic Picks features...

The Scrap Shoppe made this pretty rustic harvest wreath:




The Little Yellow Corner Store put together this fabulous winter porch.  I just love it:



DIY Barbie Blog showed how to make these cute no-sew doll-sized holiday aprons:


And The Organized Dream created these festive and FREE buffalo plaid Christmas printables:




If you're one of this week's features, be sure to grab my Featured On button over on my Buttons Page to share the good news. 

 
Want a Chance to 
Be Featured Next Week?  

Link back to the party somewhere on your blog.
I can't feature your post if you don't share the party.  
  
~~ Due to Pinterest inappropriately censoring pins and banning accounts, 
Sew Can Do no longer uses or supports Pinterest ~~  

Featured projects are also shared on both Facebook
& Twitter for your creations to have MORE exposure!

Follow me there to see more great projects (and see if yours is one of them)!   

Ready to link up your crafty creations?
 
Party rules are simple: 
  • As long as it's crafty, and made by you, it's Craftastic (no links to other people's work or to shops - join my Crafty Business Weekends Link Party instead!).  
  • Add the link to your specific post. Product reviews, plagiarized or sponsored posts for random items will be immediately deleted.  
  • Grab my party button & put it on your post, party page or blog somewhere.  If you want the chance to be featured, this is key.  The button code can be found HERE.
  • Check out some of the other fabulous links and share some crafty comment love.  We all love getting comments!!




You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!
Click here to enter

6 comments:

  1. Thanks for hosting. Have a great week.

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  2. Thanks for the shout-out Cheryl, have a great week!

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  3. A foot of snow! Ugh! Thank you for hosting.

    Michelle
    https://bijoubeadboutique.com

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  4. Thanks for hosting, a foot of snow already sounds bad!
    Those check printables are lovely! I'm off to pin them right now :-)

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  5. Thank you so much for the great party!
    many greetings
    Uwe

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  6. Thank you for hosting! This is what I featured the week of 11-11 to 11-15 on my blog. On Tuesday morning was a tutorial on How to Cook a Turkey in a Convection Oven. on Wednesday I posted a Ginger Ale Baked Ham. and to top of Holiday week was A Stuffing Cheat Using Stove Top Stuffing. Enjoy!

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