Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Tuesday's Features

Here they are:
This fabric Frisbee would be a great stocking stuffer for any child - boy or girl.  And a perfect game to play while couped up inside this winter.  Head over to Tea Rose Home for the tutorial.
How cute is this skirted jacket.  And it's purple.  I would wear it.  Fleeting thing has the tutorial on her blog. 

I'm loving everything I am Momma ... Hear Me Roar but esp. these upcycled hats.  Josh has a whole closet of clothes just waiting to be cut up.  {Ok maybe I'll go get some clothes specifically to cut up instead of tearing into his everyday school stuff...}

Want to make a fitted crib sheet?  Mychel over at Trendy Accentz will show you how!

Head to Martha to grab a stocking template and learn how to make stockings out of scarves. 

I would love to make a package of these for Santa to put into the stocking.  How cute are The Long thread's Elf skittles?

Do you want to build a green house?  How about an easy green house?  How about an easy green house for less than $25?  Head to instructables!
Are you delivering handmade goodies this year?  How about making one of the doily bowls from Buggie and Jellybean?  They are all the supers - Super cute, Super easy, Super Cheap and Super fun.

I heart recycling!  Make this ribbon holder out of an old oatmeal canister over at Curbly.
Aren't these balls pretty?  Totally Lauren Amber made them.  Imagine the color possibilities!  I'm thinking Christmas, Valentine's Day, St. Patty's Day, Easter, 4th of July...Yup every day get's a ball! :)


Blue Cricket Design made these Christmas envelope Advent calendar.  And each one has a special Christmas to do on them.  And she was nice enough to share her printables for you on her blog! 

Kelly at Purple Lemon Design is sharing her baby sitter notes with everyone!  Now you can feel a little better about hiring some help while you shop, have a date with hubby, run to Hobby Lobby.
You want Christmas printables?  I've got them.  Well actually Crafty Carnival has them.  Find letters to Santa, Home Baked Cookies and Reindeer Food printables.  And the graphics are super cute!

Your kiddos need a quick Thanksgiving shirt?  Head to In Between Laundry for the Butterball and Sweetie Pie shirts!

THESE are going in my house this Christmas.  {I'm doing a candy theme for those of you who don't know}  Yea, I'm pretty much obsessed with Flamingo Toes. {When I saw these yesternight - Josh's word - I told my hubby I loved Flamingo Toes and he just looked at me all weird.  Even when I explained that it was a blog he just kind of said okk honey"


Ok you  have to go to Confessions of a Cookbook Queen and read her Charlie Brown Thanksgiving as told by cupcake story.  I loved it.  And I can't decide which character is my fave.  Although I am loving Linus. 

Maple glazed cinnamon rolls just sound yummy.  Pennies on the Platter has the recipe.
You know what other mapley syrup yumminess I found?  Pumpkin cookies with maple frosting.  Mmmm. Yea.  I thought so.  The Farm Girl has all kinds of goodness over there.

This picture stopped me dead in my tracks.  It's from Red Couch Recipes. Applesauce Pear Cake Draped in Caramel. Oh yeah. But does it really matter what it is?  I could tell you anything and you would say to yourself wow that looks good. 
Everyone say hello to JeNae.  She's a self proclaimed carb-a-holic.  Don't worry JeNae.  Me too.  And this picture totally made me relapse and forget my 12 steps.  Head over to the Terrace Housewife say hello and grab her recipe!

{And I guess, no it's really not your pictures fault.  I said I would give up carbs til Thanksgiving -3 days ago I said this and failed each day - but today I woke up and said I meant it. I need to off set some of what I eat on Thursday.  Well I totally grabbed a brownie and diet coke for breakfast.  Not exactly the egg whites I had in mind... But who seriously puts themselves on a diet during the holidays.  Apparently not me.}


  1. Thanks so much for featuring my notes! Love your bloggity!


  2. Hey! Thank you very much for featuring my project! :D

  3. Thanks so much for the feature, it is truly appreciated!!

    I hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

    Cookbook Queen :)

  4. Oooh, I love your blog. I love the way you feature things AND I love your writing too! It took me all of about two seconds to know I wanted to follow you...and then I spent lots of lovely time looking through your pasts posts.

    So much inspiration! Wow!


  5. Oh your story made me laugh so hard Amanda!! I had to read it to my hubby. :)
    Thanks so much for featuring my candy labels. I'm so glad you like them!

  6. Thank you for featuring my printable! You have opened my eyes to some great projects! I hope you'll visit my blog again soon. Thanks again. :)