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Crazy Little Lovebirds Link Party #37

Welcome to The Crazy Little Love Birds Link Party!  Our party is a platform to share inspiring content such as recipes, family-friendly posts, crafts, home decor, and anything that motivates you. Hello everyone, and thank you for joining us for link party #37. I'm happy to have you here, and if you are new to the link party, welcome! I hope you enjoy your time here.  I would like to wish everyone a very Happy Mother's Day if you are celebrating. My husband and daughters are preparing a special brunch for me, which is always so thoughtful and wonderful. What are your plans for Mother's Day? We are excited to share some incredible new features today. Congratulations to our featured bloggers! Drug Store Divas recently shared an adorable DIY Grass Head Photo Planter that's perfect for Mother's Day. It's also a great science experiment for kids.  Little Treasures has posted a tutorial on creating Granny Stripe Socks.  Easy Pantry Recipes has shared a recipe for Ta

Eco-Friendly Home Decor: Hanging Flower Display using a Paper Towel Roll

Add a pop of color to your home with a beautiful Hanging Flower Display made from a Paper Towel Roll, an eco-friendly decor idea! Hello everyone! Today, I'm excited to share an easy and eco-friendly DIY project that involves reusing a paper towel roll. Using the roll and other materials, we'll create a beautiful hanging flower display. This is a great way to upcycle items in your home and create a lovely display for some artificial flowers. Materials One paper towel roll Twine or string Paintbrush Mod Podge Gift tissue paper Hot glue Hole puncher Scissors Acrylic paint Foam block Cutting the paper towel roll To start, take your scissors and cut the paper towel roll into four equal pieces. To make each section the same size, you can use the first cut section as a guide for the next three cuts. Alternatively, you can mark the area to be cut with a marker before cutting, which will also help keep each section the same size. Applying paint  Using a paintbrush, apply acrylic paint t


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