I got the opportunity to guest host the Link It or Lump It Party
with all of these super talented bloggers!
And thanks to Deonna from Child at Heart
for being our amazing guest host this week!
Hey! I’m Deonna and I write Child at Heart. My husband, son, and I live in Texas but I have a piece of my heart in New Mexico too, my native land! I LOVE to make homemade gifts for those I love and DIY projects for my own house. I love scarves, musicals, and Dr. Pepper. Please come over and say hi 🙂
And now, without further ado, it’s Party Time!!
The great thing about teaming up with other bloggers is you can link up your amazing
projects to one of our sites and they will now show up on all SIX of our blogs!
SIX for the price of one, I like it.
In addition, Allison, Erica, Leigh Anne, Laura, Melissa and I
will all be featuring our top picks each week!
Jennifer from Brave New World so cleverly shared A Little Window Dressing
with us. Why have I not thought of this before, so great!
Shonee from Hawthorne and Main shares her stunning gold and black Command Center
. So simple and so perfect.
Mother’s Home shares these completely adorable Apple Marshmallow Pops
. So cute for those back to school kiddos.
Were you featured? Way to go. Be sure to grab a feature button!
We also have started a Link It or Lump It Pinterest board
where we will be pinning all our features! Check it out here
and follow us!
Are you interested in co-hosting our Link It or Lump It party? Send me a quick email and I’ll get you all setup. We’d love to party with YOU.
Now for just a few rules:
1. Link anything that you made yourself but nothing that is available for sale. (you don’t have to have a blog or website, just leave that link empty OR you can link up your facebook profile.)
2. Link back to Delineate Your Dwelling to be considered for next week’s feature roundup! (you can grab the button shown below)
3. Click through one or two of your favorite links and show some lovin’!
4. Entries are randomly placed so that everyone gets top billing.
. . . Let’s get started . . .