It’s Sunday Funday, Sweet Friends. It’s Cynthia from “Create With Cynthia!” I’m enjoying this sunny weather in Northern California, what’s it like in your neck of the woods?
I love to spend Sunday’s lounging around and playing on the internet looking for ideas and inspiration. The Happiness is Homemade Link Party, #309 is on the agenda for today. This week is all about love and Valentine’s Day and with that comes candy and crafts!
Happiness is Homemade, Link Party #309!
Let’s get on with the party!
Valentine’s Day is February 14th and it reminds me of candy and crafts, what does it remind you of? Of course, I’m sharing everything Valentine’s Day, as it’s less than a week away! I found some of the cutest recipes and cutest crafts that other’s have linked up. I hope you enjoy seeing some of the highlights. Don’t forget to add your link below. If you don’t have a link, enjoy checking out all the ideas and inspiration.
Antonella from “White House Crafts” has created a “Wooden Conversation Heart Garland.” It is full of color and messages that remind me of Valentine’s Day. Antonella says, “for a simple handmade decoration that you can use every Valentine’s, make this adorable wooden conversation hearts garland! Check out her website for an easy tutorial.
Who out there is not a lover of Mason Jars? Mason Jars are so strong and sturdy and great for everything. Take a look at Linda from “Mason Jar Crafts.” She has created these “Easy Heart Cut Out Mason Jar Votive.” Linda’s got a ton more Mason Jar ideas on her website and I’m sure you’ll wanna spend some time looking!
Lois from “Walking on Sunshine” showed off her “Valentine’s Day Chocolate Covered Pretzel.” She shows you how you can make a whole bunch of these sweet treats in a short amount of time. The tutorial includes a new printable recipe card with nutritional information.
Raquel at “Organized Island” created a yummy looking “Valentine’s Chocolate Bark.” Raquel says, “This fun candy recipe is made with white chocolate chips and topped with fun sprinkles. I like to make fun little gifts for friends and family and this one is perfect to make as an edible gift. Just pack up the prepared bark pieces into a clear plastic bag or dollar store jar for a wonderful gift idea.”
Now, if you like what you see, you can pin it for later.
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Would you like to be a part of Happiness Is Homemade? We are looking for hostesses to join our team. If you are interested, please email any one of the Happiness Is Homemade hostesses and let them know. We would love to have you join our party. Here are all of our hostesses at Happiness Is Homemade – be sure to give them a visit!
Let’s get on with the party!
I hope you’ve enjoyed the recipes and crafts I’ve chosen to feature this week. Don’t forget to link up and come back next week!