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Crazy Little Love Birds Link Party #14

 Welcome to The Crazy Little Love Birds Link Party #14! I hope you are all doing well. At the Crazy Little Love Birds party, we share recipes, family-friendly posts, crafts, home decor, and anything that inspires you! 

I'm excited to see what everyone has been up to! In today's link party, I want to share our recent trip to the zoo. I'll be posting one of my favorite pictures from our zoo visit, along with a beautiful fall picture taken last week. I couldn't resist capturing the sight of the sun shining through the big trees. It was truly a breathtaking moment!



Thank you to everyone who joined this link party. I appreciate all of you. This party is possible because of you! I can't wait to see what you all have to share today. Before we share, let's take a look at the wonderful features from last week's party.

Congratulations to our featured bloggers 
Party#13 Features
Amy from The Copper Table shares a recipe for roasted rainbow carrots topped with pesto, which looks delicious.

 Our Grand Lives provides some teachable moments for children to practice gratitude during Thanksgiving, including making a thankful turkey craft, scavenger hunt, and much more.

Christine's Craft offers a tutorial on how to sew a delightful Christmas Tree diamond decoration, complete with a free pattern.

 Sandra from Come to Dinner at 8 shares an elegant and modern take on a traditional pattern for Thanksgiving and a beautiful tablescape.


Be sure if you are pinning any of the posts mentioned above that you pin from the original post from the blogger's blog! 

All featured posts will be pinned on Crazylittlelovebirds Featured Pinterest Board

If you would like you can use the featured party button! Just right-click and save the image.


Now on to party #14

Don't forget to have a great time and make connections with your fellow bloggers.

Joining the Crazylittlelovebirds link party grants me permission to showcase your links and images on my social media accounts, complete with a mention of your blog name and a link back to your site.


You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

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Comments

  1. Thanks for hosting this lovely linkup! I shared links 5, 6, and 7, and read (and commented on) 3 other posts. So delightful to see what folks are sharing--such great ideas. Have a great weekend!

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    1. Jennifer, it's always a pleasure having you join us. :) Have a great weekend.

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  2. Thank you so much for the feature. Great party! I am entry number 8.

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    1. Christine, you're very welcome! We enjoyed your post. Thank you for joining us.

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  3. Happy Friday Steph! Thanks bunches and bunches for hosting us each week.
    Linking up at #9,10 & 11.
    {{Hugs}} xo

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    1. Paula, Happy Friday! 😊 Thank you for joining us today. Always happy to have you here.

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  4. Good Morning, Stephanie! Thanks so much for featuring our "Practicing Gratitude" post! We are so delighted and we can't thank you enough for your ongoing support! This week we are sharing #12 and #13. Wishing you a wonderful weekend ahead!

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    1. Laura, you're very welcome. I'm always happy to see you join. I hope that you have a beautiful weekend. πŸ’•

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  5. Dear Stephanie, thanks for hosting and wishing you a wonderful weekend.

    I linked up this week with = 14+15. I hope you will join us M-S SeniorSalonPitStop and W-S #WordlessWednesday. You will find both under BLOGGING.

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    1. You're so welcome. Thank you for joining us again. 😊 Have a wonderful weekend.

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  6. Thanks for featuring my Thanksgiving table! You've made my day!

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    1. Sandra, you're so welcome. We enjoyed your post so much, and it turned out so beautiful. Happy to have you join us again. 😊

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  7. Thank you for featuring my roasted rainbow carrots!

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    1. You're very welcome. 😊 I'm going to make your recipe soon.

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  8. Thanks for hosting, Stephanie. I'm at 27-29. :)

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  9. Stephanie, Thanks so much for hosting! Also, I love your zoo post! Seeing the various animals swimming in the water sounds great! Love your pictures! and the giraffe feeding sounds wonderful! enjoyed your comment about learning to read the zoo map-the only more confusing map in my opinion is that of a large amusement park - so I guess I too need to learn how to read the map (smile). Loved the meerkat picture - made me think of the Lion King. I also have a zoo post this week #23 so its fun that the zoos are so different, yet both great!! I just love seeing different zoos!! I'm also sharing tablescapes at 21 and 22. Thanks again for hosting!! - Patty

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    1. Patty, you're very welcome. Thank you so much for visiting my zoo post. I am happy to hear you enjoyed that post. We love going to the zoo. It is always so much fun. Amusement park maps can be a bit confusing! I will take a look at your zoo post. I am sure you have a great time. Enjoy the rest of your weekend. And thank you for joining us again.

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  10. Happy to share your party and say thanks so much for linking up at the #UnlimitedLinkParty 139. Pinned.

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    1. Dee, thank you for visiting and sharing my party. I appreciate it. 😊

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