I missed last Wednesday’s roundup, but I’m back with the second “Best of the Linky Parties Roundup #2”. Every week, I try my best to post at various link up parties (see my party page) and do some blog hopping. I must say, the talent of my fellow bloggers never ceases to amaze me. Each Wednesday, I’ll round up a few of the incredible posts from the past week’s link ups from around the blogsphere and post them here. This week, I picked out some incredible crafts, recipes, DIY projects, and informative posts. The first half is a special roundup of Easter posts and the second part is a roundup on everything else.
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Best of the Linky Parties Roundup #2 Easter
Anthropologie inspired Ribbon Egg Towel @Addicted 2 DIY
No sewing required to make this cute little tea towel. That’s my kind of craft.
Colorful Striped Eggs @Delineate Your Dwelling
Love the transparency of these eggs…so delicate and pretty. All you need are some plastic eggs and Sharpies.
Dollar Store Bunny Makeover @Average But Inspired
Love Dollar Store crafts and this is no exception.
Fabric Egg Wreath @Nap Time Creations
Great way to use up fabric scraps. It’ll also help me use some ruined eggs from one of my failed Easter crafts 🙂
DIY Framed Burlap Bunny @This Ole Mom
The bright colors of this just screams Spring! Love it.
String Art Inspired Painted Tea Towels @Tiny Sidekick
I know this is another tea towel craft, but I just couldn’t resist this one.
Baking Soda Glittered Easter Egg Ornaments @The DIY Dreamer
Made this with my daughters yesterday and it was super fun. We made spring flowers – check out my instagram for pics.
Easter Silhouette Wall Art @Days of Chalk and Chocolate
Love this look and so simple to make. Definitely on my Easter crafting list.
Krispie Confetti Eggs @Bitz & Giggles
Super simple and everyone loves rice kripsies.
Strawberry Brigadeiros @Chelsea’s Messy Apron
I’ve never heard of Brigadeiros before, but these look delicious and have very few ingredients.
Spring Krispie Cake @Delightful Made
Rice Krispies in a bundt pan and drizzled with candy melts. This takes rice Krispies to an entirely different level.
Get more ideas on my Pinterest Easter Board.
Best of the Linky Parties Roundup #2 Everything
23 April Fools Day Pranks @Kids Activities Blog
April Fools doesn’t have to be on just one day. Who doesn’t like pranking their kids…hehehe.
How to catch Wild Yeast @The (mis)Adventures of a “Born Again” Farm Girl
Did you know you could “catch” your own yeast?! This might be one of the neatest things ever.
DIY Blanket Ladder @Tiny Sidekick
Tissue Box Art @For the Love of Decorating
Now this is really clever. Reuse/recycle the art work on the side of your tissue box in a frame. Instant and professional looking art work without the cost.
The Easy Way To Butter A Dish @Making More
I’ll be saving my butter wrappers from now on. Great tip.
Salt & Vinegar Potatoes @Bacon, Butter, Cheese & Garlic
Holla if you love Salt & Vinegar chips – Holla! Here is a recipe to get that flavor at home without all those nasty potato chip additives.
Routine Maintenace of Wood @Busy Mama 911
When was the last time you “conditioned” your wood cooking utensils? It may just be time and here is a homemade recipe for wood cream.
Free (until April 24th) Home Printables @Soho Sonnet
Not crafty? Don’t worry. Just download and hit print to get these fabulous printable art.
Lemon Drop Shake @The First Year
Yum, yum, and more yum.
Fun Bathroom Sign @Happy House and Home
I LOVE this sign (I’m a Walking Dead fan) and this is perfect for my teens 🙂
Make your own Miracle-Gro @Ways To Stretch A Dollar
Who knew it was so easy to MYO Miracle-Gro!
Gooey Oatmeal Cranberry Bars @I Want Crazy
Can you believe these are no bake? Amazing!
DIY Rope Chandelier @House by Holly
I am so impressed by this DIY chandelier project…it’s really AWESOME! You pay $300+ for chandeliers like this. She did it for $16!
Hope you liked the roundup. To see more of what I’ve been pinning, visit my Pinterest Boards.