Welcome Spring Link Party Features

I just love co-hosting link parties and we had so many wonderful bloggers link up for our Welcome Spring link party.  I hope you all found lots of great ideas to inspire you.

I managed to visit every single post and pin them all!  I didn't have time to comment on each post but I did try to comment on at least one post from every blogger.



We had so many great ideas linked up with us and it's always such a struggle to pick just a few to feature.

Be sure to stop by and see what posts my co-hosts will be featuring today too! 


Meet the co-hosts!


Now onto my favorites!

This Spring Garden Trellis from Across the Boulevard was made using dollar store items and it just could not be cuter.



I loved that the whole family pitched in to make this Spring Wreath Project at Bo's Bodacious Blog




I just loved the look of these velvet eggs when My Wee Abode showed us How to Make Velvet Easter Eggs the Easy Way.  I love anything velvet and these colors are so pretty.


I love making handmade cards and I am always inspired by Paper Seedlings. This Butterfly on a Beautiful Day card is simply gorgeous!


These Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs from The New Homesteader's Almanac remind me so much of one our favorite buckeye recipes.  They look so delicious!


The Bellagio has always been one of my favorite hotels in Vegas so I just loved the photos from Adventures in Weseland's Bellagio Presents Japanese Spring post.   



Did you have a favorite from our party?!

Comments

  1. Great minds think a like! I loved the velvet eggs too and I also love all of your features! It was a wonderful party filled with lots of inspirations!

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  2. Thank you so much for the feature and sweet words, (sorry, I can't seem to find your name!). Those velvet eggs have been a fun project this season.
    (Side note: I was homeschooled back in the "pioneer days" (before HSLDA), I homeschooled my two (as a single-again-mom) via Charlotte Mason style, and now my grown children are starting to homeschool their littles! God is good!)

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    1. Aw, you are so welcome! I love those velvet eggs!! We "newer" homeschoolers thank you veterans for paving the ay and making it just a tad easier for us.

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