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Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Team Creative Crafts Link Party #114



Welcome to this week's Team Creative Crafts Linky Party! We are so excited to have you here and see what you've been working on this week. Before we get the party started we'd love to share this week's features:



Did you know you can make homemade pop rocks? It’s actually a super fun edible STEM activity that kids of all ages can enjoy and the science behind it is surprisingly simple! Get the FREE printable over at the Hess Un-Academy.

It’s officially fall now, so what better time for Southern Sunflowers to show you how to make a scarecrow ceiling fan blade. It’s the perfect DIY upcycled fall craft that you can have fun making and express your creativity!

Ann from the Apple Street Cottage created a darling DIY Book Witch complete with hat, cape, and broom! Click through to see the full folding tutorial and how she made the accessories. The whole project is just BRILLIANT!

Fat Dad Foodie has created delicious Fall Leaf Cut Out Cookies are the perfect recipe for fall. They’re easy to make and taste amazing! You’ll love the sweet, pumpkin flavor combined with cinnamon and apple pie spice. And we can’t resist those FACES!!

The vertical sliding pen pouch created by Hello Sewing is great for keeping your marker pens and other pens together in an upright position with a zip closure at the top. The top slides down so you can easily select the color you want without having to search for the right one!

These super easy Milano cookie ghosts are the perfect no-bake treat for your Halloween get-together. With this simple recipe from Emily at Hunny I’m Home, you can transform store-bought cookies into a spooky ghost treat that your kids are sure to love.

Claire at Pillar Box Blue ALWAYS delivers on the best upcycled and recycled crafts. Her Upcycled Halloween Decorations Round-Up doesn’t disappoint. Spooky, creepy, cute and funny crafts that are made from items straight out of the recycle bin.

Homemade Halloween skeleton toppers are an easy-to-make treat the whole family will enjoy. These kid-friendly Halloween treats created by Ann’s Entitled Life are delightful and just a little bit spooky. They are perfect for your Halloween table, lunch boxes, or a Halloween party.

A few party rules:
  • The party starts every Wednesday at 10:00am EST
  • Please visit the hosts on social media and say HI! We can’t feature you if you aren’t following us on at least one platform.
  • Share up to THREE family-friendly posts. Make sure they are linked to a specific post, and not your main website URL.
  • All craft, recipe, beauty, and DIY posts welcome. No shops, round-ups, or other link parties, please.
  • It’s not a party if you aren’t mingling! Visit at least 3 other links and leave comments (because we all love comments!) or pin/share the posts.
  • Use the hashtag #creativecrafts when sharing on social!

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

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By linking to the Creative Crafts Linky Party, you give us permission to share your post and image on our blogs and social media. We will always give proper credit with a photo and link back!

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  1. Oh, thank you so much for the feature!! It was such a lovely surprise to see my cape in the selection!

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  2. Thanks so much for featuring by blondie recipe! I love the other projects as well, especially that tiered tray. So pretty!

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  3. Oh goodness! I just LOVE the wine cork fairy houses!

    Alexandra
    OnRockwoodLane.com
    EyeLoveKnots.com

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  4. Hi! I was wondering where to get the LOVE SVG used for the canvas where your daughter painted it with finger prints. Thanks!

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  5. Thanks for the party! Happy Wednesday!
    Niky @ The House on Silverado

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  6. Thank you so much, Lindsay, for featuring my bottle bunnies!

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  7. Thanks so much for hosting!

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  8. Thank you very much, Lindsay, for featuring my leprechaun hats. Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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  9. Thank you for the wreath feature, Lindsay, and Happy Spring!

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  10. THANKS SO MUCH FOR HOSTING, LINDSAY!

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  11. I'm thrilled to see my Easter place cardholders featured this week. Thanks a bunch Lindsay and have an awesome Thursday!

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  12. Thank you very much, Lindsay, for the sweater egg wreath feature! I hope the first week of April has been a good one so far. xo

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  13. So happy to see my painted rocks featured. Thanks so much!

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  14. Thanks so much for featuring my Bee & Flower Garden Sensory Bin! And for hosting such a great party each week:)

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  15. We really appreciate the feature on our Saguaro Cactus - thanks so much!! Have a great weekend :)

    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.com

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  16. THANK YOU FOR FEATURING OUR LEMONADE! IT MADE OUR DAY!

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  17. thank you so much for featuring our frito pie! i'm doing a happy dance right now!

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  18. I really apprecite the feature on my DIY crossbody bag. Thank you so much, Lindsay

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  19. Mmm!! I need some of those cheese sticks!

    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.com
    OnRockwoodLane.com

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  20. Thank you so much for hosting!

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  21. thank you so much for featuring our mexican pizza! I'm doing a happy dance right now!

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  22. I'm thrilled to see my feminine sofa table makeover featured this week. Thank you so much!

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  23. Thank you so much, Lindsay, for including my embroidery hoop pumpkin in your features this week! xo

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  24. Thank you for hosting every week. Love your favs for this week especially the Popsicle owls.

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  25. Thank you for hosting! I'm sharing #28 and #29.

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