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Crazy Little Lovebirds Link Party #26

  Welcome to The Crazy Little Love Birds Link Party! At The Crazy Little Love Birds party, we share recipes, family-friendly posts, crafts, home decor, and anything that inspires you!

Hi everyone, thank you for joining us for link party #26. I'm happy that you decided to join us. If you are new to the link party, welcome! 


Congratulations to our featured bloggers 

Featured posts link party #25

Today, hearts are scattered throughout the city, adding a touch of love to the atmosphere. Try a recipe for Portuguese Easter Bread or make savory Lasagna cups with Wanton wrappers. Don't forget to check out the adorable doll outfit. Enjoy these exciting features of the day!


Adventures in Weseland shares Hearts Around the City -Heroes and Hearts seen around San Francisco


3 winks Design shares a recipe for Portuguese Easter Bread

Drug Store Divas share a recipe for Lasagna Cups With Wonton Wrappers Recipe

Craft Attic Resources shares Our Generation Back to School Doll outfit

Be sure if you pin 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.


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


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  1. Happy Friday. Thank you for featuring my Our Generation outfit. It is so nice of you to host this party each week.

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    1. Happy Friday! 😊 You're so welcome. Thank you for joining us here.

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  2. Fabulous inspiration this week, Stephanie!
    Thanks for hosting
    Creatively, Beth

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    1. Beth, happy Friday! Thank you for joining us here. 😊

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    1. Joanne, thank you so much for joining us. 😊

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  4. Thank you for hosting Stephanie, I'm sitting at #22 & 26 this week.
    Hope you have a really blessed week.
    Blessings, Jennifer

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    1. Jennifer, thank you. I hope that you have a blessed week as well. Thank you for joining us here. 😊

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  5. Happy Friday Stephanie and hope you're doing well.
    My links: 27+28. We will be so happy if you share your blog links with us at SeniorSalonPitStop. Link under BLOGGING.

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    1. Happy Friday 😊
      I'm happy that you joined us here. I'll be sure to join your linkup next week. Thank you.

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  6. Thanks so much for hosting this nice party every week.

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    1. You're very welcome. Thank you for sharing with us.

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  7. Great features--I enjoyed several of them last week as well. Thank you for hosting the link party! I've left entries 40, 41, and 42. I'm off now to visit and comment on others. Have a great weekend, and I'll see you next week.

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    1. Jennifer, thank you for visiting with us and sharing your posts. I'll be by to check them out.

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  8. Thanks for hosting. Discovered your link party at #MMBC. I have left entry number 44.

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    1. Happy that you found us! :) Thank you for joining us.

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  9. Wow, thanks so much for the feature. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

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    1. You're very welcome. We enjoyed your post very much. Have a wonderful week. 😊

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