Sunday, December 11, 2011

Monday Myriad! {Linky Party} 2

Let the fun begin!  Thank you everyone participating in this, it is always inspiring to see everyone's amazing ideas, and hard to pick which ones to feature!  Here are some that I adore:
Liz @ Here's to Handy Andy made Christmas Ornaments with yarn and vintage paper. Cute and Easy!
Miss C. at Craftingwithheart made a cute cute walling hanging with a Grinch Quote, I loved it!
Next, Peggy at PJH Designs made a Santa Clause Card Hanger, which I totally want to make!  
I also loved Sarah @ Alderberry Hill's Candy Cane Candle Holder, such a fun idea, I love decorating with candy canes!  
And last but not least, I adored Jen @ At Home in the Northwest's Personalized Doormat, what a great gift idea, (but first I need to make one for myself haha).   

If you were featured, feel free to add an "adored" button to your post or blog sidebar! (if you need a different size, let me know)
The Allred Abode

Now its time to link up your projects! 
From these, I will choose at least 5 next week to feature on The Allred Abode. This will give a chance for some of you to get more traffic to your blog and for others to be inspired to get creative from your ideas. 
I just ask that you follow 

A Few Simple Guidelines: 
1. Follow "The Allred Abode" on Google Friend Connect by clicking "Follow this Blog" on the top left of this blog page. 
2. Link straight to a project you created by pasting the direct link of the idea you would like to share.
3. Visit a few other's projects and leave them some comments! 
4. Link back to this party!  You can do so by copying and pasting the code for the button below, or posting a link in your post back to my blog address.  This will help both you and I create traffic to our blogs!  
5. Head on back next week to see if you were featured!  

Before you add your link through inlinkz, I have enabled my comment box to support pictures.  The version of inlinkz that I have does not support thumbnail images, so if you would like to add an image to your link instead of using inlinkz, simply upload your image to a hosting webstie (such as photobucket), copy the "direct link" into this code
<img src="direct link goes here"> 
and paste it in your comment, as well as pasting in the URL to your blog post and a description of your craft! Thank you so much, please e-mail me or leave a comment with any questions!

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