Do you love homemade, home-baked,
home grown and all things gathered?
Then please join us each week for…
I’m loving our weekly ‘homemade’ get-together and being
able to see everyone’s crafty projects, recipes and make-overs.
Plus, from this week onward I’m encouraging you to share your
Christmas projects and recipes too!
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 some news on Tilda products
and their free Tilda Christmas patterns and projects.
Now let’s take a look at the features from last week’s party!
Here’s our first Christmas feature for 2019!
Claire from Pillar Box Blue shared how she made this
sweet handmade Scandi felt forest.
Julie has a great tutorial for making these cute little crochet forget-me-nots at
Sum of Their Stories. What a fabulous embellishment to add to your craft supplies!
Autumn and apples go hand in hand… don’t you agree?
I’m keen to try out Carol’s Slow Cooker Apple Butter recipe at Comfort Spring.
Over at Claire Justine, Claire shared a recipe for her Coffee & Chocolate Bourbon.
Claire says it makes a charming homemade gift for bourbon lovers or a tipple on a wintery night.
For our US friends, Thanksgiving is not far off, so you may like to get
organised by downloading Maria’s Thanksgiving Planner at Krafty Planner
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.
I’d love for you to connect with me at:
You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!
Barbara Harper says
I love Tilda’s things! I have a few of her books but haven’t made any of the projects yet.
Oh Barbara, you must make a few Tilda things. Trust me, they are a little addictive…. just try and stop at one Tilda doll – lol. 🙂
Thanks for hosting this fun party each week and I really appreciate your featuring my apple butter. Happy Friday!
So happy to feature your recipe Carol and thanks for joining us every week at at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather 🙂
Christine Mitchell says
Thank you for hosting again, Kerryanne. I love the features!
Such amazing and inspiring projects to choose from this week Christine. I wish I could feature everyone!!
Thanks for joining us at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week 🙂
Julie Briones says
Thank you for hosting! It’s a lovely party!
Delighted to have you join us here at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather Julie.
Hugs ~ Kerryanne
Maria Bonacci says
Thanks so much for featuring my Printable Thanksgiving Planner and for hosting such a great party!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Absolute pleasure Maria. Thanks for joining us at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather every week 🙂
Marilyn Lesniak says
Thank you for hosting! This is what I featured the week of 10-21 to 10-25 on my blog. On Tuesday morning was a Smores Milkshake. Wednesday I posted an Insane Zany Brownie Brookie. Wrapping up this week of pre-Halloween treats I highlighted a Cheesecake Chocolate Chip Cookie Bar. Enjoy!
It all sounds so amazingly delicious Marilyn…. thanks for linking up at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week 🙂
Amber Ferguson says
Happy November, thanks for hosting!
Thank you Amber! I always appreciate you sharing all your loveliness from Follow the Yellow Brick Home every week.
I hope you had a fun Halloween. Thank you for featuring my Scandinavian mini trees.
Absolute pleasure Claire. I appreciate you sharing your creativeness at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather.
Hi Kerryanne! Thanks for hosting. I’m realizing I really need to get a jump on Christmas! I’ll be decorating very soon.
Sounds wonderful Crissy. I look forward to seeing your Christmas projects 🙂