My little world has been overrun by little boys! Yep, my two super cute nephews have been keeping me busy and running all around town. We’ve hit the science museum and gotten super crafty among other fun things, which you’d already know about if you followed me on Instagram. And if you don’t, you can head on over and toss me a follow by clicking this link right here.
And since I’ve been so busy, that’s all I have to say about anything this week so let’s move on to those awesome features!
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It wasn’t but a few years ago that my sister and nephews and I all wanted to make some super pretty, glittery snow globes like we’d seen all over the internet. We ran to the pharmacy and bought glycerin and we ran to the dollar store and bought jars and cute little statues. We read up on 3-4 different tutorials and got after it. And all but one leaked everything out overnight. And the one that didn’t, well, the angel was floating up at the top of the jar.
Now I love this little take on a snow globe for a few reasons. No water equals no huge puddles in the morning and this thing is just too cute! Love, love, love. Visit the Crafty Lumberjacks to see more pics and to see what Mr. Cottontail is wading through. Little Bunny Foo Foo Easter Globe.
Around Easter time, peanut butter eggs are MY THING. They always have been and always will be. I’m dying to try this recipe from Life with the Crust Cut Off but at the same time I’m afraid that A. I might spoil myself and no longer love a regular old Reese’s cup or B. Go nuts and eat all of these lovelies in one go. Or maybe two goes. So while I’m on the fence, you totally shouldn’t be. Whip up these darling and tasty Peanut Butter Cream Eggs.
I love this accent wall in the mud room at Putter Home. I also love those cute little dog butt coat hooks from Ikea and love how neat they are in the space :) This project is so bold and such a statement that I fear I would never have been brave enough to try it. But man, oh, man did Brook do an amazing job or what? Mud Room Abstract Accent Wall.
Isn’t this bracelet just amazing? And while a bit time consuming the process by Beauty of M(i)e isn’t difficult at all. Queue up a marathon of your favorite series and follow along with the super easy tutorial to make yourself a stack of bangle that will be some of the pretties arm candy around! Project Wrapped Spiral Bracelet.
And here are my honorable mentions!
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And don’t forget… you have FOUR TIMES the potential for comment love, social shares and featured favorites this coming Sunday, so link up!!! And be sure to share the love with your friends! Grab the buttons below to show you’ve been featured or that you proudly link up! Share the love, grab a button! The RULES – because I took the time to write ’em up:
- Link anything you made yourself but nothing that is available for sale. (you don’t have to have a blog or site just leave that bit empty or link up your Facebook profile, etc.)
- Link back to Dream a Little Bigger to be considered for next week’s feature roundup! (you can grab that awesome button up there – hubba hubba!)
- Click through one or two of your favorite links and leave some comment love!
- Entries are randomly placed so that everyone gets top billing. I HATE when I get to a party late and my links get stuck somewhere in the middle! Well, that’s not gonna happen here, folks!
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