Hi there ‘shabbilicious’ friends,
If you are new here, welcome…. and thanks for joining us!
This is where we gather each week to share our love of homemade, home-baked, home grown and all things we’ve gathered.
During these difficult times, we are all trying to navigate the changes, so I am trying to keep everything as normal as possible here on Shabby Art Boutique. I’ll still be posting a couple of times a week and hosting our party each Friday. Should you find yourself in isolation or working from home and needing something to keep your hands busy, don’t forget that I have over 300 free creative projects and printables here on Shabby Art Boutique. The best place to start is on my Tutorials page.
There is always so much creative inspiration to be found
at this party, from crafty projects to delicious recipes,
decorative make-overs and gorgeous home decor.
I’m sure you’ll be creatively inspired!
Don’t forget to PIN directly from the original source.
I’m pinning many of the shares to my party board
Create, Bake, Grow & Gather board too.
This week at Shabby Art Boutique I shared another idea for using the March
kit from the Handmade Club. It’s a sweet Victorian themed chest of drawers gift box.
And to lift my own spirits, I added some pretty Easter décor to the craft room
and a free printable for YOU.
Now let’s check out this weeks party features….
DeeDee shared a great tutorial on how to add a pretty
crochet edge to a kitchen tea towel at Our Clover House
Pop over to Elefantz and Jenny will show you how to make your
own decorative door stop. Isn’t this lovely!!
Danielle will show you how to dip dye napkins at Finding Silver Pennies.
These ones would be perfect for coastal/summer styling!
Julie has a very easy tutorial for making these adorable
little paper Easter gift baskets at Sum of Their Stories
This recipe for Robins Egg Cheesecake Cups from
Mama of Many Blessings is bound to brighten up your Easter table.
Christina’s rich pink and blue Easter tablescape not only looks fabulous,
but it also incorporates something special from her grandmother.
Find out how she put it all together at The DIY Mommy.
If you’d like to receive an email alert when the Create, Bake, Grow & Gather party
goes live each week, you can join the list HERE.
So, now it’s time to link up your creative and DIY projects, home decor,
gorgeous gardens and fabulous recipes.
Note: please try and stick to our handmade party theme
and NO links to other link parties, thank you.
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