Monday, April 8, 2013

A Very "Springy" Featuring YOU!

Argh!!  This week was so hard to chose 5 favorites.  For some reason all the food kept calling my name.... maybe I shouldn't be doing this post when I'm hungry.  :0)  Thank you so much for taking the time this past Friday to come link up your great creations!!  Ashley {Simply Designing}  and I love seeing them and getting to know your blogs better.  

 Can you believe these Blueberry Cheesecake Parfaits from Dear Beautiful You?  My mouth waters every time I look at this picture!

Check out this free printable by Cathy at Lemon Tree Dwelling.  I think we all need this reminder some days. :0)

Don't you just love this Moss Bunny created by Kathy at Life on Lakeshore Drive?  I was so surprised to find out that it actually started out as an ordinary ceramic bunny!

24 Cottonwood Lane finally finished her grandsons bedroom.  Aqua and orange is such a fun color combination.   You'll have to stop by her blog to see all the cuteness she fit into this room!

Lemon Macarons anyone?  I must confess, I don't think I have ever had one in my life. *sheepish grin*  Curiosita Ellya's picture sure makes you want to try one though, doesn't it?

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  1. Thanks so much for including my "Bloom" printable, Melissa! I'm honored....and I am drooling over the rest of the features! :)

  2. Thanks a bunch for featuring my Cheesecake recipe! It makes me drool everytime I look at it too! Especially since I had a few extras sitting in my refrigerator for a few days:-) Love your site:-) Christina at

    1. Our pleasure! Thanks for taking the time to stop by. Loving getting to know you and your site better.

  3. Thank you so much for featuring my moss bunny! You made my day! I love all of the amazing features. Thanks for hosting, too! :)

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