Tips and Tricks Link Party #15


Thanks for joining us for this weeks party. Here is my favorite from last weeks party! Summer Wreath from Fynes Designs Each host picks their favorite from the previous party, so be sure to follow them in some way so you can see if it is you! Be sure to grab the featured button if… 

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Gift Ideas for Graduates

Last year my sister graduated high school, and man, was it a stressful time for our family. It was so busy — there was planning, parties, different events to attend and then there was coming up with the perfect gift. Well, my sister got hers a few months late as a result. It was handmade,… 

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30+ Resources to Help Plan and Sustain Your Garden FI

30+ Resources to Help you Plan and Sustain your Garden

The hardest part of gardening, I think, is just getting started. It isn’t always easy to know what and when you should be doing things. That is why I have compiled these resources to help you plan and sustain your garden. I hope it is finally warm where you are. It was definitely a cold… 

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Turning Twenty Quilt

I’m so excited to show you my Turning Twenty quilt! It was actually a Christmas gift to my baby sister. I’m just now getting around to taking pictures because it is hard to get willing people to hold it up for more than a second. Thankfully, I was able to get my sisters to agree to… 

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Project Super Kid: Making Reward Stickers

Sometimes as a parent, I think I’m doing something soooo right, only to realize I’m not. Like the day you break your ankle, and your son goes into shock because mommy can’t do everything. I learned that not only does doing everything for your child make them not very self-efficient, but you also rob them of… 

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Make Your Own Personalized Quilt Labels & Silhouette Giveaway

A quilt just isn’t complete without a cute label. Whether you are letting the recipient know who it is from, why you made it, what they mean to you or just giving general care instructions, a quilt label is an important final touch. I had put off making one for my son’s quilt, simply because… 

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A Happy Spring Card

Making handmade cards has been on my list to try for a while. Of course, I never get around to something new, if I don’t throw myself in head first. Such as,  joining a Card Swap and committing to make 26 cards, when I have never made a card before. I definitely pushed myself on… 

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Our Alaskan Vacation and an Update on Life

I don’t usually do these kinds of post where I talk about myself and family, but 2014 has been a big year already. The things going on this year greatly affect my blog, so I thought it was only fitting to write a little bit about what is going on around here. In February we… 

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Silhouette Print & Cut Projects to Inspire!

I honestly have to say I think the Silhouette Print & Cut feature is one of the most intimidating for beginners, but unbelievably rewarding once attempted. It doesn’t take long to fall in love with the crafting possibilities of this awesome feature. Whether you have done a hundred Print & Cut projects or none, I… 

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{Elegant} Decor Night Light

Hello there!  I’m Becky from My Paper Craze, a bloggy-duo that I enjoy with my partner-in-crime {aka Mom}.  We love searching on Pinterest, as well as inventing and experimenting!  Our blog goal is posting {REAL} crafts for {REAL} life, so be sure to hop on over for home décor, kids crafts, holiday inspiration and {MORE}! Need… 

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Silhouette Studio® Designer Edition and Silhouette Connect™ Sale

My last post 7 Things Every Silhouette Newbie Should Know covered what you should know, but what should you buy to go along with your new Silhouette? I know it was one of my first question, and I found the #1 thing you should invest in is the Silhouette Studio® Designer Edition. Having the software… 

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