May 29, 2015

Friday Finds Link Party #31



Yay, it’s Friday and you know what that means...time to get the Friday Finds Linky Party started! As always, thanks for sharing your awesome creations and we look forward to seeing your crafty adventures this week! Friday Finds Linky Party! #linkyparty #fridayfinds

Kiwi Mint Lemonade from Liz on Call
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DIY Jewelry Pendant Necklace from The Crafty Blog Stalker
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Brandy from Gluesticks || Instagram || Pinterest || Facebook


Hot Dogs Taken Up a Notch from Ann Opinion
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DIY Pallet Bar from Making It in the Mitten
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Vanessa from Tried & True || Instagram || Pinterest || Facebook

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Grilled Sweet Corn from Shaken Together
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Devin & Tara from Salt & Pepper Moms || Instagram || Pinterest || Facebook


Simple Cacti Emroidery Box from Delineate Your Dwelling
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Rustic Deer Planked Art from Woodland Flower

Don't forget to post your favorite links from this week to have a chance to be featured in our post next week or to get pinned to our Friday Finds Pinterest Board!

Rules for Friday Finds:
1. Link to a specific post on your blog
2. Limit 3 Links per person per week
3. Comment on at least 2 other blogs from the linky party
4. Please do not link to any giveaways, other linky parties or products that are for sale
5. By linking here, you give us permission to post your picture on our blogs (with full credit!)
6. Link back to this blog with a text link.
7. Starts Friday at 2pm and ends Wednesday at 2pm.


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May 28, 2015

Awesome Dad Baseball Cap at Craftaholics Anonymous

I had such a blast making this for my dad - and excited to send it to him too. I did encounter a bit of trouble when I was making this, but I found a solution to share with you guys who are planning to make this for your awesome dad!


This is one of the reasons why for me it's so worth it to get a Silhouette machine - I love making custom HTV shirts and hats and what-have-yous. This one I designed for my dad going for a top-gun-ish effect, and I believe I did get it right. Oh yeah - I forgot to tell you, you can download a free template you can trace on the tutorial page as well.


So if you are interested in learning how I made this AND to download the free template, head on over to Craftaholics Anonymous by clicking any of the photos above or the link below - happy crafting, guys!

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May 27, 2015

Hammered Boho Earrings at Live Craft Love

If you have been reading my blog lately, you might have noticed a trend in my posts and contributor posts - I've been wielding the hammer and using my bench block most of the time (see stamped necklace here, and hammered earrings here). But you guys, this may just be my favorite project to date - I am so psyched about how these earrings turned out! I've worn them a couple of times ever since I made them, and I just love how they look. It's a somewhat involved project that would probably take you less than 30 minutes if you have some experience in making hammered jewelry, and longer if you have none, but I promise you it's worth it!


I am really loving the contrast of beads here, and the copper effect. This has probably made me be obsessed with copper even more. What kind of outfit would you pair this with? 

If you are interested in learning how to make these uber gorgeous earrings, head on over to Live Craft Love by clicking any of the photos above or the link below! Happy crafting, you guys!


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May 26, 2015

Fun and Flirty Strawberry Earrings at Mod Podge Rocks

If you haven't seen my latest post for Mod Podge Rocks yet, you have to - I crafted these super cute and flirty earrings from clay and one of my favorite Mod molds. It's pretty easy to do and great for little kids! I made this set for my little sister and I'm sure she'll love it!


Don't let the little details intimidate you - these are definitely easy to do!


For details on the tutorial and the mold I used, head on over to Mod Podge Rocks by clicking any of the photos above or the link below! Happy crafting, you guys!

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