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Sunday Links

I missed last Sunday so here’s a double dose of what I’ve been clicking on this week.  Enjoy!

I know Tripp is a little young but I think I have to make one of these handprint trees with him this year.  Thanks SmartBottom Enterprises.

Julia Bettencourt always has adorable projects and this Gift Card Holder is no exception.

If I lived near the beach I would definitely be incorporating some of The Inspired Room’s Coastal Beach Ideas.

Homemade by Jill made an adorable fabric high chair. I think I have just the fabric for one of these.

Infarrantly Creative has a gorgeous Anthropologie-inspired necklace. Not to mention her Bake It Forward Dessert Idea – love it.

Little Nanny Goat has the cutest ornament idea. I think I need a steel stamping set.

I can find these simple wooden pallets all over the construction in my neighborhood but Re-Nest has the most creative way to use them that I’ve seen so far.  A dish rack – why didn’t I think of that?

Better Homes and Gardens has a gorgeous glass ornament topiary tree idea that’s circulating the blogosphere right now.  I’d love to make one next year from some cheap Dollar Store glass ball ornaments.

AfricanKelli, one of my favorite blogger friends has a great book review.  I love getting books as Christmas gifts and this one looks like a great one for people of all ages.

Embellished tees are everywhere right now and I really want to experiment with a few.  I may try my hand at the one I saw over at Dear Lizzy.

I’m an advent junkie and this cute advent book is adorable.  Check out Blue Cricket Design’s tutorial and make your own.

Whip Up has some adorable print and assemble holiday garland. Go spruce up your tree.

Pretty Ditty has an adorable yarn Christmas tree. These would store pretty easily in my Christmas tubs for next year.  Hmmm.

Betz White always has amazing recycled projects and this Hoopie the Snowman is no exception.  Go cut up a sweater and make one for yourself.

Purl Bee’s Little Forest Quilt – enough said!

I got a stand mixer at an amazing price the day before Thanksgiving and I can’t wait to try it out on these recipes:

Whole Grain Whirligigs by Cuizoo.

Peanut Butter Blondies with Milk Chocolate Frosting and Salted Cocoa Roasted Hazelnuts (although I think I’ll try almonds) by Joy the Baker.


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