Ginger Jamboree Link Party #6

It’s that time again! Time to link up your tutorials, recipes and other creative projects you’ve been working on. I was once again impressed by all the things submitted last week. Here are just a few of my favorites:

I absolutely loved this dollar bill wallet from Crafty Journal. You can fit a giftcard in it…what a cute and creative gift or stocking stuffer!

How adorable are these “root deer floats” from Jacolyn Murphy? Kids and adults would both go crazy over these…and it’s a nice change from the typical hot chocolate at Christmas time.

I thought this sparkly Christmas tree craft looked so easy and a nice addition to a gallery wall for the holidays. From Create Bake Celebrate.

Destination Craft’s zig zag quilt is so fun and festive. I love the fact that she only used a few fabrics to keep it simple.

Lollyquiltz turned one pair of old jeans into all of these adorable doll clothes. I love that little halter dress!

If you were featured, grab a button!

Here are the “rules” if you could so kindly abide by them.
1. Link up to your blog post, not your blog homepage.
2. Please visit a few other links and give them some comments and hopefully they will do the same for you!
3. Link back here in your blog post. It would be amazing if you could include the Ginger Jamboree button (code is below), but a text link works as well!
4. Only link up tutorials, DIY projects, recipes and those types of things. Other random blog posts that don’t apply will be deleted.

Grab a button and link away!

Link up your tutorials, recipes and projects here!

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Comments

  1. 4

    says

    All so cute…I adore the sparkly tree. that looks like something even a craft-challenged person like me could whip up. Thanks for the festive goodness!

  2. 7

    says

    Thanks for hosting a fun party – so many creative ideas! I love the doll clothes from old jeans! And thank you for featuring my dollar bill wallet.

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