Friday Flair Features

Who’s ready for some fabulous inspiration? Last weeks Friday Flair didn’t disappoint, as usual. Many fabulous creations and goodies to share, I just wish I could share more.  I don’t know why I didn’t think of this before {one of those duh moments} but… I started a Friday Flair pin board on Pinterest in order to share more of the stand out projects from our link party! Sweet, even more Friday Flair love!  Here’s a little taste of the fun projects and recipes from last week…


felt pine trees // the crafted sparrow


carrot cake // barns & noodles

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egg nog caramels // wonky wonderful


felt christmas ornaments // the diy dreamer


bonfire toffee // sweet 2 east baking


butterscotch & white chocolate chip oat drops //  a pretty life in the suburbs


chalkboard journals // no. 2 pencil

cake mix muffins

blueberry cake mix muffins // carissa’s food blog


homemade cloud dough // the pinterest project


cheesy potato & corn chowder // love, pomegranate house

Embroidery Thread Bag (2a)

embroidery thread book // adventures of a diy mom

Homemade Apple Sauce

homemade apple sauce // eat sleep make

teach kids gratitude 5

driveway subway art // brassy apple


buttery pecan cookies // half baked harvest


diy birch candles // a night owl blog

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mason jar pin cushion // the seasoned homemaker


vintage ornaments // sally drinking from my saucer

Turtle Thumbprint Cookies Squared

turtle thumbprint cookies // mom on timeout


s’mores hot chocolate // eat cake for dinner

turkey sucker display centerpiece tablescape treats cake pops lollipops

turkey lollipops // doodle craft

Don’t forget to head over the  Friday Flair Pinterest Board to check out even more fabulous posts! Until next week, happy creating!

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  1. says

    Hi Heather! Thanks so much for featuring my Christmas Ornaments. That was a fun project, and definitely a beginner level, so I hope lots of your readers will try to make some version of them. This year, I think I’m going to make more using the pages of some old children’s books. Of course, I’ve already made them for everyone and their brother… I might just have to make a bowl full for myself! =) Thanks again! ~Sally

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