Hi, Sugar Bee readers! I’m Melanie, and I blog over at bear rabbit bear. My blog is an eclectic blend of craft, DIY, faith, and family. I have a Thursday link party that I hope you’ll check the party out this week. I’m excited to be choosing the Reader Features for a second time. The first time was so much fun, I just had to do it again! Thanks, Mandy, for letting me join in on the excitement again.
Enough about me- let’s focus on YOU! Since Mother’s day is fast approaching, I thought it would be fun to pick out features that would be neat DIY gifts or treats for Mother’s Day.
Rolled Fabric Flower Belts from Less-Than-Perfect-Life of Bliss. I would love this for Mother’s Day. I wonder if my two year old could whip one up?
Flower Pillow from Twigg Studios- nice fabric choices!
Cute and Easy Fabric Rainbow Napkins from Helby’s Hatch
This Ruffled Clutch from The Little Giggler would look so cute with a summer outfit!
Terracotta Planter Make-over from Scissors and Spatulas would add a splash of color to any porch!
These Mini Painted Birdhouses from Southern Scraps would be fun and sweet for small kids to help paint and decorate.
This Ruffle Cake from Occasionally Crafty would be lovely at a Mother’s Day brunch.
Or go chocolate with these Reese’s Stuffed Cupcakes from Crazy Little Projects.
Ok, this last one has nothing to do with Mother’s Day- unless you’re creating a photo project. But with the recent disappearance of Picnik, I thought it worth sharing The Five Really Cool New Things You Can Do with PicMonkey from Something Swanky.
Did you catch my links? I linked up numbers 247 and 251, the Zucchini Boats and the White Dress that I made for my toddler.
Thanks for letting me hang out with you today, and I hope to see you around my blog soon! I currently have a great novel up for grabs- The Forgiven Duke– so stop by and enter to win a fascinating summer read! I’ve also added a Custom Photo blog button item to my Etsy store for anyone in need of one!
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