I can't believe how FAST November is going by, can you? In fact the entire year is just flying by for me, how about you? We had some wonderful posts linked up last week and I've chose a few to highlight here, I hope you enjoy this Friday Frenzy!
Close to Home, Mostly Food and Crafts, Hey, What's For Dinner Mom? and Sizzling Eats welcome you to FRIDAY FRENZY where we come to share your Recipes, Craft projects, and whatever else you've been working on. When you link up to the Frenzy your posts will be featured on all four of our blogs for quadruple the exposure. Each week we'll showcase a few of our favorites from the week before, and pin them on our Friday Frenzy Pinterest Board as well. ♥Please follow your hosts♥
Laura from Hey, What's For Dinner Mom
- Please visit the posts in the linky that are listed as HOST, and at least two links from your fellow bloggers. We all love visits and comments on our blogs, so share the love. Moreover, if you get a visit from a fellow party-goer, please return the favor and visit them back.
- We would love for you to add a link back to the party in your post, or a party page. We want your creative friends to join us too!
- By linking up to this party, you're giving authorization for your submission to be featured with a photo and a link back to your blog, hopefully sending some readers your way.
*Featured Links from last week*
How cute are these Acorn Cookies from All That's Jas? Too cute not to make that's how cute they are and relatively EASY too. I like that combo!
The things you can do on a printer completely blow me away...like print on burlap?? WHAT?? But it's true and I love the idea. Check out these awesome leaves by Old Time Pottery, I'm going to try to make these or something similar for our Thanksgiving table. Wish me luck!
And finally I ADORE this Magnolia Leaf Garland from Thistlewood Farms, I can't even put in words how much I NEED one of these. And how sad I am to look out they window and see nothing but snow and evergreens. I guess I'll just have to use the technique but with spruce branches, or maybe I can find some holiday greens in the stores. Either way will be fine for me!
Link up your best posts here, I can't wait to see them!