Welcome back to another week of our Motivational Monday Link Up Party! I was finally able to go out and get my hair done this weekend and it felt so good to get it lightened up for the Spring (and, just in time for Easter!). We really did not have many plans this weekend, which was really nice for a change… especially since we have a busy week coming up! Nathan has his Wax Museum for school where he will be Henry Ford, I will also be helping his class make rag dolls one day for Social Studies and then another day next week I am going out for lunch and shopping in downtown Kirkwood with some friends… this will be our third year! Oh, and Friday the kids are off school for Good Friday. I had really wanted to take them to the zoo, but it might rain. Lets hope the forecast changes in the next six days 🙂
I also got myself a birthday frap from Starbucks… yum!
Latest projects from the ladies of Motivational Monday:
Now on to this week’s party!
Meet Your Hosts
Ready to share what has been motivating you this past week? Link up a recent post of yours, something that motivates you to create or just be awesome! Our goal is for this link up to focus on craft, DIY, & home posts so please try to remember that when linking up.
- Limit it to three links per week and remember to link directly to your post, not your blog.
- Do not link stores, giveaways, or other link parties.
- Be sure to hop around some of the other posts that have been linked up to share the love and get motivated by what others have been up to…because of course, this is Motivational Monday after all.
Each week, your hosts will choose a few posts to feature from the previous week. If you want a chance at being featured, you must follow all of the hosts. By linking up, you agree to let each host share your photo and link back to your site. Link party goes live Sunday 6pm PST and ends Thursday at 5pm PST.
Feel free to grab a Motivational Monday button in the sidebar to put on your own blog if you want to help spread the love!
How to Make Tissue Paper Flowers
Amy at AttaGirlSays shows you how to make delicate Tissue Paper Flowers. In the early Spring, I don’t really have any flowers yet to cut and bring into my home. I really love how she shows you how to make three different kinds of flowers to add a little variety to your vase. The colors she chose also blend perfectly with her decor! They are so pretty they almost look real!
Now it’s your turn! Link up your recent craft, DIY or home posts and get ready to motivate others and to be motivated!