Top 10 Crafts to Make This Week

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Last weeks Tip Me Tuesday linky party grew to over 100 tutorials.  Whoohoo!  I just love a linky party where I meet new creative women.  So today I’m featuring my top 10 crafts to make this week. Yep, they are my top 10 favorite crafts, parties, recipes, free files, and DIY tutorials from Tip Me Tuesday!  I hope you’re inspired to make something fabulous this week as well.

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These are just the 10 tutorials that I had time to highlight right now, you’ll see many more featured on Tip Junkie, Tip Me Tuesday newsletter, AND promoted through my social media sites like Facebook, G+, Instagram, and Twitter. {yep, I love to hook a creative girl up. HA!}

Seven Clown Circus

3. Free Printable Christmas Tags ~ Printable tags are perfect to pop on goodies for easy gift giving. These Printable Christmas Tags by Seven Clown Circus Christmas come in two different shapes and sizes with holiday sentiments on them.

Apple Green Cottage

12. 25+ DIY Christmas Gifts to Sew ~ Apple Green Cottage is sharing over 25 free sewing patterns to make beautiful Christmas gifts. {smiling} There’s something for everyone.

The DIY Dreamer

15. Glass Mounted Christmas Countdown ~ This advent calendar by The DIY Dreamer using wood slices, chipboard numbers, and glitter card stock is brilliant and would make such a great gift idea. Not only is it thoughtful, it’s easy to put together! 

Organized 31

23. Surprise Gift Cards Christmas Gifts ~ Giving the gift of cash or gift cards is sometimes better than an actual gift as the recipient can spend it on whatever they decide. This tutorial by Organized 31 shows you how to package it in a mason jar and add holiday candy for a fun gift idea.

Meatloaf and Melodrama

39. Mom’s Best Chili Recipe ~ This homemade chili recipe by Meatloaf and Melodrama is loaded with all of the traditional chili ingredients and is mild enough for kids to eat!

In My Own Style

45. Christmas Card Holder You Can Make Tonight ~ Here is a step by step tutorial on how to turn a plain picture frame into a beautiful Christmas card holder by In My Own Style!

Pillar Box Blue

46. Felt Christmas Tree ~ Upcycle old sweaters to make your own exquisite Christmas trees from cardboard tubes, wood discs, wood dowels, old wool sweaters and hot glue. They’’re so easy and inexpensive to make you can have a whole village of trees. Tutorial by Pillar Box Blue.

Don't Sweat the Recipe

56. Dark Chocolate Peppermint Bark ~ This recipe by Don’t Sweat the Recipe is so simple and yet the candy looks so professional when you are finished. Make the holidays a little sweeter by giving this gift to friends and family.

The Happy Scraps

57. Quick & Easy Thanksgiving Place Card ~ Elegant place cards make a tablescape “pop”! These beautiful place cards by The Happy Scraps are no exception. They are super simple, inexpensive and would be a fun project for the kids to help with.

Clover House

66. Holiday Ombre Pinecone Wreath ~ Create a beautiful pinecone Christmas wreath by Clover House! I love that the pinecones are spray painted and placed in an ombre pattern.

My Cup Overflows

Wondering what was the most popular {or most clicked on} idea from the linky party? Well… it was Fall Coloring Pages by My Cup Overflows.

A huge thank you for those who took the time to link up their fabulous tutorials!  You can view all of the 100 ideas linked up HERE.  If you have a blog or Tip Junkie craft room, be sure to check in on Tuesday when you can link up your favorite or most recent handmade project like something you made, party you hosted, a recipe, or fun tip.  Tip: Be the first to link up when this linky party is live every week, thanks to the newsletter.

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Thanks Ladies ~ I just adore these pictured tutorials! Feel free to share your “I made the Top 10” badge on your blog, Facebook, or Instagram. You earned it!  {knuckle bumps}

When you share your badge, be sure to share the link to your craft room too.  Your friends and family can follow you on Tip Junkie and bookmark your latest projects to quickly find later.

P.S.  Don’’t forget to check out the Tip Junkie Facebook page.  It’s a great place to ask questions on how to make things or for specific tutorials that you are looking for. I’ll be happy to find them for ya.

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Thanks Ladies ~ I just adore these pictured tutorials! I’m honored to be able to feature you and send you over some new readers. Feel free to share your I was featured on Tip Junkie badge on your blog, Facebook, or Instagram. You earned it!  {knuckle bumps}

P.S.  Join the conversations over on the Tip Junkie Facebook page.  It’s a great place to ask questions on how to make things or for specific tutorials you need.

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