Crush of the Week – Think Pink Features

Happy Friday!!

Are you ready for some fun features from last week’s party?! Me too!

Flamingo Toes Crush of the Week

Ok seriously with the cuteness in this Christmas Wreath?? I adore it so much! You can head over and visit Hani at Craftionary to get the tutorial!

Oh wow – these Cinnamon Sugar Apple Noodles from Courtney at Sweet C’s Designs look so yummy! I’ve never had apple noodles before. Obviously this is something that needs to be rectified immediately.

Apple noodles- these are so delicious, easy to make, and a great healthy treat!

I’m really in love with this little Glitter Wood Slice Ornament from Marissa at Rae Gun Ramblings! This would be so fun to make up at a craft party!

How to make your own rustic wood tag glitter Christmas ornaments - Rae Gun Ramblings

These little Hexagon Thumbtacks are soooo cute and perfect as little stocking stuffers!! There are so many ways you could personalize these!

Hexagon thumbtacks | Crafting in the Rain

Um. Dying over the awesomeness of this Animal Snow Globe from Carolyn at Homework! I need it in my life.

Animal Snow Globe via homework | www.carolynshomework.com

Here’s another great gift idea from Keri at Shaken Together – this Holiday Stovetop Simmer Spices looks so great! I’m thinking teacher or neighbor gifts!

Stovetop simmer spices make an unbelievably simple yet deliciously fragrant holiday gift!

If you’re doing some holiday cookie baking you might want to add these White Chocolate & Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies to your list from Ruth at Captain America & His English Rose (cute blog name huh?)! You could even get away with eating these for breakfast with the oatmeal and cranberries in there!

These are on my list to make too this year – Sparkling Cranberries from Gina at Kleinworth & Co! Aren’t they pretty too?!

Sparkling Cranberries ~ A Crafty Christmas

This DIY Gold Dipped Feather Ornament from McKenzie at Girl Loves Glam is sooo cute! It would look so pretty on the tree with lights behind it!

Gold Dipped Feather DIY Ornament

I saw this recipe for Whipped Eggnog Loaf Cake from Beth at The First Year Blog and promptly went out to buy the ingredients! I can’t wait to make it up - my family goes through a LOT of eggnog at Christmas so this should be a big hit!

Whipped Eggnog Loaf

Wow – now I’m starving and I want to go craft! You guys are amazing! If you were featured and want to snag a button, grab one here!

Thanks for linking up!!

2 Comments

  • Reply December 20, 2013

    Michele @ The Scrap Shoppe

    I need some wood slice ornaments in my life. LOVE those!!! And Carolyn’s snow globe definitely looks like something you would do!

  • Reply December 23, 2013

    keri @ shaken together

    Oh, thanks so much for sharing my stovetop simmer spices, Bev! What a fun and festive round up!!

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