Valentine's Day is just a week away! It's always a fun time for our family (since it's also a birthday for one). Come link up all your winter and Valentine's Day themed projects - and any birthday parties or items too. Recipes, paper crafts, decor, DIY, sewing, knitting/crochet and anything else too. If it's made by you - link it up!!
Last week I shared my latest project: this FREE PDF Pattern for my felt Lovebirds Valentine's Day Treat Bag:
Here are this week's Craftastic Picks:
Howling At The Moon showed how to make this sweet Valentine bird seed heart:
Cindy's Online Recipe Box shared this pretty red velvet biscotti (mandel brot) recipe:
Countertop Cooking offered up this awesome recipe for brownie mix waffles:
Haekelfieber shared her free crochet pattern for this fun little guy:
Satsuma Design had this great how-to for making your own reusable waxed cotton food wraps:
Eccentricities by JVG shared a tutorial for making these lovely home decor framed flowers:
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Oh, that framed flower art is so pretty!ReplyDelete
Isn't it? I totally want to make some for spring!Delete
It's my first time linking a project! Thanks for giving us this forum to share!ReplyDelete
Welcome! So happy to have you join us. I look forward to discovering your projects and hope you'll link up again next week.Delete
Thank you for the party and feature Cheryl!ReplyDelete
Erin at Countertop Cooking
Thanks for sharing so many good ideas Erin!Delete
Thank you for hosting, I appreciate it. I too love the framed flowers!ReplyDelete
I appreciate having so many wonderful partiers like you. With the frigid temps outside we could use the reminder that spring is coming;)Delete
Happy day, Cheryl! Thank you so much for featuring my waxed cotton food wraps. I hope friends try these easy to make and helpful kitchen tool! Best, JenReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing it Jen. I'd seen other food wrap tutorials with beeswax but this one seems a lot better AND easier to do.Delete
Thank you very much for featuring my Seed Heart!ReplyDelete
I always love your creations Liz. I also love that your seed heart doesn't require suet - much easier to make!Delete
All of these features are so lovely! My husband and I have been trying to figure out what we are going to do with the kids for V-day and I really don't want to make it a toy event, even if it's a small toy. I saved your link for the treat bag, I think they'll love it!ReplyDelete
I'm thrilled to hear that Ani & know exactly what you mean - it's easy to get carried away with too much stuff on holidays like this, but the bags are ideal since they are thrifty and can be used year after year. Enjoy!Delete
Those brownie waffles look delicious! We tried making some this summer and it was a struggle to get them out of the waffle iron.ReplyDelete
Hopefully this will work better - it looks so good, it's worth giving a try.Delete
Thank you so much for the feature of my Framed Flowers DIY. Also, thank you so much for hosting the link party each week. Have a great week.ReplyDelete
They are just beautiful Jasmine & a hit with other crafters as you can see from the comments here. Can't wait to see what you make next!Delete
Great selection of features this week. That biscotti looks delicious. Thanks for hosting.ReplyDelete
Thanks Donna & you're right - it's almost too pretty to eat....almost;)Delete
Oh Marilyn, so many yummy things this week. Living in your house must be such a dining treat!!ReplyDelete