It’s time to Whip it Up Wednesday

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Welcome to this week’s edition of Whip It Up Wednesday!

Today is the first day of Spring!! It’s hard to believe given the cold weather in much of the country. Have you made anything inspired by Spring? I’d love to see whatever you’ve baked, sewn, painted, or otherwise created!

Each week there are so many inspiring and amazing handmade projects shared! I love seeing all of them! Keep in mind that a handmade project is either homemade or made by hand – not something you’ve purchased. It includes recipes, paper crafts, sewing projects, decorating ideas, photography, furniture transformations and much, much more! This handmade linky party will be open until Monday at 2pm EST. I’d love it if you’d grab the button and include it, and a link back, in your post or on display it on your blog. Not required, but very much appreciated.

 

Whip It Up Wednesday Handmade Linky Party

 



Disclosure: By participating in this linky party, you are granting permission for me to “pin” a photo of your project to my Whip It Up Wednesday board on Pinterest.

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About Emily Stephens

Emily is an eco-minded freelance writer and social media enthusiast who loves photography, crafts, spicy foods, and well-made margaritas. Emily lives on Cape Cod with her husband and son.

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  1. Hi Emily! Thank you for hosting this! :)
    mandy recently shared..Repurposing Thrift Store FindsMy Profile

  2. I’m posting about fresh herbs! Fresh anything makes me think of spring, even though we have a ton of snow on the ground AND it’s freezing out still. So sick of winter!!! I’m also getting out my Scentsy scents, that is helping a little bit with cabin fever, but I’m ready for the beach :)
    Michelle Muckala recently shared..Mango Peach Salsa ChickenMy Profile

  3. Hey, fun font for posting comments! Anyway, just added my Chocolate Cranberry Macaroons to the party. It’s a post from 2009, but the recipe is timeless. Maybe it’s the coconut, I don’t know, but for some reason I always thought of them as a spring treat. Also, I always enjoy these link parties for discovering other blogs with which to distract myself during office hours — I mean, on my lunch break…
    Nicole – DinkyGreen recently shared..Guinness Pie, a St. Patty’s treatMy Profile

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