Hi everyone, before start the link love, I have a couple announcements.
First, I have a couple new sponsors, Sew Chatty and Pink Lemonade! Head over to their shops to see their wonderful creations. In near the future, I am hosting their giveaways; so don't miss it!
The second announcement... This week, I am going to take a break from the regular link party. Oh, don't get disappointed, instead, I am doing a special "Thanksgiving giveaway" post. Last year I did a Thanksgiving giveaway too, and here is how it works: instead of normal comments, I asked people to tell us what you are thankful for. (You can read last years post and comments here.) I recieved tons of responses, and they were all so nice and sometimes very personal. Reading them made me realize how much we are blessed in many ways, and made Thanksgiving even more special.
So, I am doing the same thing this year. One of my generous sponsors M&J Trimming will be giving away an awesome prize for Tea Rose Home readers too!(I am not telling what it is yet). So, start think about what you have been blessed with and come join the party!
Now, I am ready to I share this week's LOVE...
Check out these onesies by Dressing Heidi Sage! I love these onesies, a monster and letter b. The stitches around the "b" gives more charactor to it.
Decor Allure found these Asian style chairs at a garage sale (multi million dollar home... I wish I could find that kind of garage sale!). With a little paint and new fabric, she made them into one of a kind beautiful chairs!
Have you all ready decorated the house for Thanksgiving? Just Between Friends shared these pretty wooden blocks which hold candles and the tutorial for them. Once you know how to make it, you can always change the letters to anything you want. Thank you for sharing!
Ok, this is a little different than I normaly pick, but I couldn't help it! Check this out, Lilybug Designs made this; it is the cutest FISH HAT! My kids were giggling when they saw the hat. So creative and well skilled.
This is going in to my "Things to make" list. This Vinyle and paper card wallet is shared by Leafy Tree Top Spot. Her step by step tutorial will tell you exactly what to do to create this. I love projects like this, simple, cute, and eye opening.
Thank you for visiting everyone, and see you at the next post! :)