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Showing posts with label co-host. Show all posts

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Homemade in December - host Charlene from Adventures-in-Mommy-Land

From 1-24th Dec I give to you my blog advent calendar.
Each day you can click on the numbered 'door' to 'open' it and find some Christmas upcycled/recycled goodness!
Enjoy!



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In the lead up to Christmas 2011, a few of us have come together to bring you "Homemade in December"



This week's highlighted host is:


Charlene has a beautiful blog with ideas for kids crafts, recipes and other DIY projects.


How about these chocolate zucchini cupcakes- YUM!


This bright and colourful rainbow wreath:


And some very cute snowman craft!



Charlene has heaps more fun ideas for Christmas - so do head on over to Adventures in Mommy Land to say hi and see what she's up to right now!


And Charlene's answer to the question I like to ask everyone -

What, to you is success, and how are you creating your way to success?
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To me success is mostly attitude. I try to have a "can do" attitude. I feel like as long as I'm happy and my family is happy than I am being a successful wife and mother. On the other hand, if I'm feeling defeated and have a poor attitude...or go into a project thinking this isn't going to work, then I know I will probably fail. It's the attitude - took me a long time to get to this point in my life, but it really does make a difference.


So head on over to Charlene's blog and say hi!
And don't forget to link up your Christmas projects to our

This post is sponsored by the Homemade in December hosts:

Please do go and see what they are up to each day throughout our month long Homemade Christmas Celebration





Sunday, December 4, 2011

Homemade in December - host Rachel from Family Ever After

From 1-24th Dec I give to you my blog advent calendar.
Each day you can click on the numbered 'door' to 'open' it and find some Christmas upcycled/recycled goodness!
Enjoy!



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In the lead up to Christmas 2011, a few of us have come together to bring you "Homemade in December"


This week's highlighted host is:
Rachel from Family Ever After




Rachel's is another gorgeous blog - crammed full of sewing, cooking, linky parties, and some awesome tutorials, like this one for a Roly Poly Stuffed Animal!

How cute is that!


Then there are lots of yummy recipes - like this one for these tasty looking Rasberry Cheesecake Cupcakes:

Just now - Rachel is running an Ugly Christmas Sweater Shindig. So do head on over there and join in the fun!






And Rachel's answer to the question I like to ask everyone -

What, to you is success, and how are you creating your way to success?
Creating my way to success is defined by "being in a happy place with my family, my children, my mindset, my schedule, my organization, my home, and my faith."

So head on over to Rachel's blog and say hi!
And don't forget to link up your Christmas projects to our

This post is sponsored by Creating my way to Success and the other Homemade in December hosts:
Please do go and see what they are up to each day throughout our month long Homemade Christmas Celebration



Sunday, November 27, 2011

Homemade in December - host Danielle from Blissful and Domestic

In the lead up to Christmas 2011, a few of us have come together to bring you "Homemade in December"



Each week I'll introduce you to one of our hosts.
This week's highlighted host is:
Danielle from Blissful and Domestic.




Danielle has such a beautiful blog - about sewing, crafts and cooking.  I first found her through all her amazing clothes upcycles!  Like these cute 'sweater skirts':

She also has heaps of fabulous tutorials, like this



Just now - Danielle is running a
Christmas Pyjama-Rama Competition.

So do head on over there and join in the fun! There are some amazing prizes up for grabs!


And Danielle's answer to the question I like to ask everyone -

What, to you is success, and how are you creating your way to success?
I think if you can go through each day and say you did your best, that in itself is a success. Each day I am striving to create and do new things and that is wonderful in my book.


So head on over to Danielle's blog and say hi!
And don't forget to link up your Christmas projects to our
 Christmas Carnival Linky Party

here - starting TODAY!


This post is sponsored by the Homemade in December hosts:

Please do go and see what they are up to each day throughout our month long Homemade Christmas Celebration





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