Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Talented Tuesday

Before getting too far ahead of myself, I would like to formally invite all of you to Birthday Week. Next week, I turn 32. In honor of that, the most dreaded of days, I have been in talks with 7 fellow bloggers who are each donating a prize.

For 7 days- Saturday the 24th through Friday the 30th, I will have a sponsored post each day about a different blog, each with a prize donated from that blog. Each contest is open to anyone who wants to enter, and believe me- there are some really cool prizes, from Jewelry, to Handbags, to Baby items.

I can't wait to show off these talented women! So, mark your calendars to come back to the blog starting Saturday, or follow the blog so you can see the daily updates!

Now, some features from last week's Talented Tuesday posts!


House of Hepworths took a plain Dawn Dishsoap bottle, and gave it a painted makeover. It turned out great, don't you think? 

At Second Street hosted this totally adorable Minnie Mouse birthday party. Seriously, it's just adorable!

A Vision to Remember makes these fantastic rag quilt car seat blankets. Whoever first came up with this idea is a genius, but here? She takes it to a really cute place with her rag work.

Makin' It Domestic turned a vinyl tablecloth into a useful diaper changing pad- which folds up to hold a diaper and slim pack of baby wipes. It's a great gift for any parent-to-be, or new parent!

Sawdust and Paperscraps took two empty walls, and made a fantastic framed photo collage wall. She used paint to make the frames match one another, and it makes a great statement on the walls, I think.

Sassy Style linked up this Framed Monogram, which she lined with a super cute green houndstooth fabric. Maybe I'm just partial to the H, but I love this!

With all the cool items that get linked up to the party each week, it's hard to pick just a few favorites, because I am always in awe of the creativity that flows in the blog world. Seriously- you guys rock! 

If I didn't feature your project, it isn't because I didn't like it- it's because I run out of room each week! ;)

Next week's Talented Tuesday Post is already being hosted, but if you are interested in sponsoring for a future Talented Tuesday post, please contact me!

The Rules
1) Post a blog about something you've made- a refurnish, recipes, a craft project, a sewing project, room decoration, anything you've done!

2) Add a link to your blog post- not to the blog itself, but to the individual posts! You can post more than one project, just add more links! The links should look something like:


and NOT like this:


3) Add the code below to your blog, so that others can post their projects here as well! The list will accept new links through Thursday, so if you make something new, come back and post it!

Don't forget to look at the links on the list, and let people know where you found their post at!

This Link Party will remain open and accepting links through Thursday evening!!



Unknown said...

The framed monogram is just beautiful. Love all of the other projects as well.

Sew Can Do said...

Look on the bright side, your birthday could be this week and you could be turning 33 (both of which is applies me. LOL). Happy early birthday!

Expressions by Heather said...

Next year, Cheryl, and not a moment sooner- Happy Birthday to you, as well!!

Leanne said...

Thanks for hosting again. Those are great features. I missed some of them so I'm off to check them out.

Marie said...

Hello sweet Heather - I'm new to your fabulous party! Thank you for hosting. Looking forward to making my way around to the other participants!


avisiontoremember said...

Thanks for featuring my blankets! Have a great day


Allison @ House of Hepworths said...

Thanks for featuring my soap pump! I love that thing, so I'm so glad everyone else likes it too.


Morgan//Nuts and Bows said...

Thanks so much for hosting again Heather! Can't wait for your bday week!!


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Denise said...

Birthday week sounds like a blast! Thanks for hosting.