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Crazy Little Love Birds Link Party #16

   Welcome to The Crazy Little Love Birds Link Party #16! 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!  Hello everyone, I hope you are doing well. We have a list of projects to tackle around the house this weekend, which may not be particularly enjoyable, but necessary nonetheless.  We are a bit behind on blowing out our sprinklers, so my husband will be taking care of that this weekend. What are your plans for the weekend? I would love to hear about them in the comments below.  Today, at our party, I will be sharing a quick and easy winter floral DIY that reuses a bowl. It's a simple craft that anyone can create. Now, let me show you all the wonderful features of link party #15. But first... 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. Befor

DIY Holiday Decor: How to Make a Wintery Faux Foliage Bowl

Create a stunning DIY holiday decor with this step-by-step guide on making a wintery foliage bowl. Learn how to craft a beautiful centerpiece that brings the essence of winter into your home. Hi there, I hope everything is going well for you. Today, I want to share with you a simple upcycling holiday craft idea. The three main materials you will need for this craft are a bowl, a cork, and some wintery foliage. I used a cork lid from a salt bottle that I had kept, and a pink bowl I had bought a few months ago for just 50 cents. You can easily put this project together in less than 15 minutes, and it looks absolutely beautiful once it's displayed. So, if you're ready, let's start creating! Here's what you'll need One bowl (any size works, I am using a smaller bowl for my design) Wintery faux foliage Cork (I am reusing a cork from a salt bottle) Hot glue Floral cutters (to cut foliage to size) Pinecones (optional) Attaching the cork to the bowl To begin, turn your bowl


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