Look What I Made! Day 12-15-10

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I am heading up to Salt Lake today for a Bloggers Night Out.  Woohoo! I’m meeting up with some of my favorite bloggy friends, and meeting some for the first time. I’m so excited that I’m not letting the fact that it snowed 8″ overnight dampen my spirits at all. (Well, OK, maybe a little; I hate driving on icy roads.)  But it will be so worth it!

Thanks for all the fab crafts, recipes, and home decor projects you linked up last week. Here are a few of my favorites:
Frame Christmas Card Holder at Sassy Santuary:
Homemade Hot Cocoa Mix at Real Housewife in MN.
Canvas Christmas Advent Calendar at  Lemonade Life.
Easy Stocking Tutorial at Diary of a Quilter:
Melted Snowman Cookies at Crazy Domestic:
Congrats ladies! If you’ve been featured, feel free to grab the button over on the right!

Okey dokey, start sharing. Feel free to link up a craft project, decorating idea, or a yummy recipe. Please don’t just link up a giveaway or random post, (or your store) this is a place to show off something you’ve made.

Here are the McLinky guidelines:
1-Add a link to your specific post, not the main page of your blog. To do this you click on the title of your post, then copy and paste that URL rather than the one that comes up when you open your blog. Make sense? 2-Add a short description of your project after your name. Ex: Kara (table makeover) 3-Link back to this party from your post. It’s the nice thing to do.

4-Visit some of the other links and make sure to leave nice comments. You know we all love them. :)
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  1. love those melted snowmen cookie, they are adorable. thanks so much for hosting, and have fun at the blog conference!

  2. YAY! Can’t wait to see you!

  3. Hi Kara,
    I found your easy-to-follow tutorial for baby washcloths, featured on A Little Tipsy, and linked it to my blog.
    http://shannonsews.blogspot.com/2010/12/washcloths-for-sensitive-skin-make-your.html

    I’m making soft flannel and terrycloth washcloths for myself. Why not? We all need a little pampering, right? :) Thanks for sharing your tutorial!

  4. Thanks so much for hosting!!!
    BTW those DELICIOUS looking Cherry Bars were just added to the Christmas menu! :)

  5. thanks for the link up! You rock as usual ;)

  6. Thanks for featuring my cookies and for hosting the link party! Have fun tonight and drive safe! Tell my SIL, Rebecca from Blue Cricket, Megan says “Hi” and I wish I could be there!

    • Oh dang, didn’t get your message till after I got home. I wish you could have been there too! How fun that you have another blogging family member. :)

  7. Thanks for the shout out! Have a good time tonight — despite the weather. I love those cookies, too.

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