Waste Not Wednesday – 199

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The Waste Not Wednesday Link Party

I hope everyone is happy and coping well.  For most bloggers I bet were taking the being home in stride.  Were always so busy creating that most of us are home bodies anyways.  Its going to force me to create from my stash, but as long as Hubs has been home were busy doing some much needed home repairs.  Once that’s cleaned up maybe I will delve into a new course.  Have any of you signed up for some new training to stay engaged?  

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Sam @ Raggedy Bits | Facebook | Pinterest | Instagram | Google + | Twitter

Leanna @ Of Faeries & Fauna Craft Co | Facebook | Pinterest | Instagram | Google + | Twitter

Here’s what we’ve been up to:

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Farmhouse Topiary Easter Bunny Buckets

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From scratch lemon bar recipe with strawberries.

Strawberry Lemon Bars

 

The featured blogger for the month of March is Pamela at DIY Vibes I had not seen Pamela’s blog before she started joining in at Waste not Wednesday.  Pamela inspires us through DIY project, crafts and recipes.  She prides herself in keeping her blog fresh and relevant. 

Pamela’s blog posts and lovely, and her tutorials are easy to follow.   She is a great participant of Waste not Wednesday and is very generous with her time leaving many lovely comments on other links.  Please share some blogger love this month with Pamela’s posts.  Sam and I are very much looking forward to sharing her posts.

This week’s Monthly Bloggers Featured Post

Keeping your kids papers sorted and organized it always a great idea, but imagine how nice it would be to share these boxes with your kids when they are older.  My mother kept the cards she was given on my birth and it was always fun to check them out with her.  Love this idea because it is both practical and sentimental.

DIY Child’s Memory Boxes

Sam and I are all about creating an inspiring community to help each other grow. Today we are super excited to share our monthly featured blogger . We will be featuring our monthly featured  blogger for the WHOLE month! That’s right a whole month!!!

We will share projects and recipes from the featured blogger across the entire month!! How exciting is that?!

All you need to do to qualify as our Monthly featured blogger is we want to see that you’ve been actively visiting other blogs and leaving comments! Easy peasy lemon squeezy!!

So have fun taking a tiny amount of time exploring your fellow bloggers,being inspired and grow.  
 

Our Favourite Waste Not Wednesday Projects:

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Hip Hop Its Easter in the Kitchen | Follow the Yellow Brick Home

DIY Spring Flower Sack Towels and Free Printables | HandmadeWeeklyJoin us each Wednesday for Waste Not Wednesday and share all your DIY and Craft Projects, Home Decor and yummy recipes | prettydiyhome.com

This little dresser is just too sweet for a little girl’s nursery.  I like to imagine how nice the baby pictures will be with this little dresser change table in the background.  A very lucky little girl.  

Girly Pink Nursery Furniture | Wise Little Owl Furniture

Patrick from Adventures in Weseland has been joining Waste not Wednesday ever since I started hosting.  He doesn’t do DIY projects or recipes, but he absolutely shares some really interesting posts from various outings, festivals and events in the San Francisco area.  I am a total fan as Patrick shares his joy in the little things. In this week’s feature Patrick went on a local walk on the shoreline, enjoying the start of Spring, and I just melted when I saw a little jackrabbit joined in on Patrick’s walk.  

A Walk at the Hayward Regional Shoreline  |Adventures at Weseland

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  • Please make sure that you link to your own specific post and not your homepage.
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  • Please do not link up any other link parties, giveaways or a product you are selling unless it comes with a tutorial.
  • We want this party to stay around so don’t just link and run. Be sure to stop by at least 2 other links and show some love.
  • Please don’t pin from the thumbnails in this post. Click on the link and pin from the original source.
  • By linking up here at Waste Not Wednesday you are giving us permission to use your photos and links to promote the party or in other roundups.
  • You can link up to 3 of your DIY, Home Decor, Recipes or Craft projects.
  • It would be greatly appreciated to follow us on one social platform.
  • Please only link up with projects that you have not shared with Waste Not Wednesday before.

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As an added bonus each week, there will be two additional most clicked projects!

DIY IKEA Easter Cushion | Restyle Relove

Crochet Forget me Not Free Pattern | Sum of Their Stories

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14 Comments

  1. I am just doing some things and organzing some of my stuff that has been sitting in boxes for years.. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.
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  2. I almost forgot about my LPs this week! So weird! Glad I made it to yours, my friend! Hope you are well!

  3. Thank you for hosting in this trying and uncertain times we are living.
    Keep safe and healthy.
    Fabby

  4. Thanks for the party, Leanna. I’m glad to read that you’re staying healthy and busy!

    1. Thank you Beverly, I am going to pop by Across the Blvd and catch up on your week as well.

  5. I love Pamela’s memory box idea! I have all the kids art, report cards, etc. in a big cardboard box somewhere in our storage room so this was inspiring. Stay warm (can you believe this weather) and stay safe!

    1. Oh my friend, I can believe this weather unfortunately lol. At least it gives us a great excuse to spend all that money going south for a break in the Winter.

  6. Thank you for hosting! This is what I featured the week of 3-23 to 3-27 on my blog. On Tuesday was Banana Walnut Bread. Wednesday was my very own Banana Split Dump and Go Pie. Thursday was Blueberry Banana Bread With a Secret Touch. And winding up this Banana Week of Goodies is Tip Friday Keeping Eggs Fresh. Enjoy!

    1. Great stuff Marilyn. I am going to go check out your tips. That’s a great idea. Thank you for joining and linking up.

  7. Leanna, I want to thank you and Sam for featuring me all month on Waste not Wednesdays. You don’t know how much I appreciate having fellow bloggers recognize my work. I love seeing all the inspirational creations. every week Thank you for hosting and have a great week!

    1. Your so welcome Pamela. Link parties are such a great way to get to know other bloggers, your blog is great and Sam and I really appreciate how much you participate!! I hope the feature helped you. Hugs Lea

  8. Thanks so much for hosting each week , especially in these trying times!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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