Hi, everyone and welcome to our 104th Share Your Style Party. My name is Lisa from Feathering My Empty Nest, and I will be your host for this evening’s party. I am new to the team, but I am ready and so delighted to have the opportunity to share all of your creative and fascinating ideas.
Remember that when you link up to our party, your post will be seen on all five blogs below!
Looking over the many fantastic and diverse posts of last week’s party-goers, I am beginning to feel like a bit of a slacker. Y’all are so awesome. People say “less is more” but I have always been a “more is more” kind of gal, so it was hard to choose just a few posts to feature. Nevertheless, here are four of my favorites:
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, these mouth-watering heart-shaped Chocolate Cherry Poptarts from Marie at Tinselbox really called to my sense of nostalgia. Not only are they pretty and different from the usual Valentine’s treat, but Marie swears they are easy to prepare. I’ll definitely be making them for my sweetheart. Yum!
I was amazed by the built-in loft bed that Ashley from Simply Designing created in her Girl’s Shared Bedroom And Baby Nursery. It is such a clever use of space. And the attention to detail in the moldings and shiplap is just stunning. It reminds me of the iconic loft beds that are so typical in Scandinavian homes.
I’ve always thought homemade valentines are the best and the list of 10 Easy Valentine’s Day DIY Ideas from Dagmar’s Home are all winners. So charming and simple you can combine a few of them to really make your kid’s V-Day special. I particularly love Dagmar’s suggestion to string up a heart garland over your child’s headboard while they are sleeping. Then serve them heart-shaped toast with an egg in the middle for breakfast. And finally send them off to school decked out with little felt heart button decorations that remind them how much you love them all day.
As a long time hobbyist cake decorator, I couldn’t help being captivated by the adorable raccoon cupcakes presented by Carrie from Kenarry. In written and video tutorials, Carrie provides easy to follow instructions on how to create these little bandits that are guaranteed to steal any kid’s heart.
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