Top 10 Crafts to Make This Week {12/12}

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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.

Tip Me Tuesday

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!}

Somewhat Simple

2. Bedtime Reward Chart for Kids [free printable]  ~ A free printable reward chart to help encourage an easy bedtime experience by Somewhat Simple. When your child meets their goal they get a special reward.


Seven Clown Circus

3. Magazine Christmas Trees ~ Looking for a way to recycle all those magazines and catalogs you get in the mail? With this tutorial by Seven Clown Circus you’ll learn how to make super stylish Christmas tree decor, out of all those unwanted magazines! Perfect to display on your mantel, table or practically anywhere you want beautiful holiday decor!

Simply September

18. How to Make Winter/Holiday Pillow Slipcovers ~ Simply September shows you how to sew a cozy, festive pillow slipcover. The tutorial is relatively simple so if you’re a beginner then this is the tutorial for you.

Meatloaf and Melodrama

37. Instant Pot Creamy Shells and Beef ~ This creamy shells and beef recipe by Meatloaf and Melodrama is prepared and cooked in a pressure cooker (instant pot) so there’s only 1 pan to clean up. The perfect go-to meal when you don’t have a lot of time.

Twelve O Eight

39. Easy White Christmas Wreath ~ If you find yourself needing just one more wreath, look no further. This gorgeous, but simple, wreath project by Twelve O Eight is just for you. All you need is a white washed grapevine wreath, bottle brush trees and ribbon.

In My Own Style

42. Christmas Staircase Decorating on a Dime ~ For less than $10, In My Own Style shares her secret tip to decorating her staircase. Instead of using a fresh garland that dries up and makes a mess or a faux garland that you have to fluff up every time you use it she came up with the idea of using garland ties and ornaments she already had on hand. The final reveal is simply GORGEOUS!

Satori Design for Life

49. Shabby Chic Christmas Gift Toppers ~ Instead of ribbons and bows, create some festive shabby chic tassels like Satori Design for Living did to dress up your Christmas Packages. It could even double as a Christmas ornament.

Table for Seven

55. Eggnog Banana Bread ~ Moist, springy and delicious banana bread with a holiday twist, eggnog. It’s added to the batter and drizzled on top. Recipe by Table for Seven.

White House Crafts

59. DIY Colourful Rhinestone Ornaments ~ Glitz up your tree this year with some rhinestone ornaments by White House Crafts. They’re super easy to make. All you have to do is add some colorful rhinestone stickers to plain ornaments.

My Cup Overflows

63. Origami Christmas Tree ~ These adorable paper origami Christmas trees by My Cup Overflows make a beautiful decoration for around the house. Make them in different sizes for variation.

Diana Rambles

Wondering what was the most popular {or most clicked on} idea from the linky party? Well… it was American Girl Elf on the Shelf by Diana Rambles.

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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  1. Diana H Diana Hansen

    Thank you for featuring my American Girl Elf on the Shelf.

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