Friday Favs Party: #57

It’s Party Time!

Lots of fun Easter ideas last week!

the most viewed link last week was…
DIY French Manicure by Here’s to Handy Andy
seriously genius! I’m horrible with nail polish and even I could pull it off with this method:)
 

And my other favs this week…


Easter Egg Snacktime by Crafting and Creativity
How fun!
 


Handmade Business Cards by A Pumpkin & a Princess
Wow I really should get around to doing this- these look fantastic! Would also be fun to make some mommy cards for passing along your info. to new people you meet at the park, etc.



Cinnamon Bunny Buns by Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons
Adorable! And she used Pillsbury so these won’t take all day to make:)

Toilet Paper Roll Bunnies by Toys in the Dryer
Cute, cheap and easy- love!



Non-Candy Easter Egg Stuffers by Mom on Timeout
Tons of great ideas! I think we’ll half and half- some candy and some other fun surprises. Toddlers are hyper enough as it is:)

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Let’s see those ideas! You could be next week’s Friday Fav:)

Amy

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Amy is the founder and owner of Peek-a-Boo Pattern shop. She is a wife and mother to 3 children. Amy loves to sew, read and spend time outdoors.

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  1. 11

    says

    Thanks for hosting. I’ve linked up two projects from this week, a very cute lacey flower headband and some nice canvas art I made for my front room :)

    I love your new blog look too, it’s great!

    - Adele @ Mammy Made

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