Monday, September 3, 2012

Tuesday Confessional Features

 Happy Labor Day everyone! I hope you are all having a fun and safe time this weekend. I spent a bit of this weekend looking over the Tuesday Confessional link ups and I lost count of how many times I said, "Oooh! I need to try that!" Here are some of those "Oooh" invoking projects:

This little boy's apron from Blooms and Bugs comes complete with a tiny bow-tie. How stink in' cute is that??

Creating My Way To Success has a great drawstring bag tutorial. These bags can be used for anything!

This necktie skirt from Crystelle Boutique is so cute and clever.

Speaking of cute and clever, check out this homemade star light from Happy Hour Projects.

Creatively Living came up with this smart and adorable way to organize school supplies.

DIY Vintage Chic used wine bottles as plant nannies. These have so much more character than Aqua Globes.

I can't wait to try out this lavender mint foot scrub from Fun Home Things. I can almost smell it through the computer!

Learn how to freeze bananas without turning them to mush with A Life Unprocessed. I NEEDED to know this!

I tested this not-so-green smoothie from Polka Dots on Parade and it is the best one so far.

I can't wait to make this Greek Salad from Making Memories. Yum!

Congrats to everyone who was featured this week! These projects will also be posted to the Tuesday Confessional Features board on Pinterest.

Crafty Confessions

Have a great Labor Day and I hope to see you at tonight's link party!


  1. Woo Hoooooo, I'm so glad you liked my smoothie!!

  2. Thank you so much for featuring the tie skirt!
    You blog is THE BEST!!!

  3. Thanks so much for featuring my drawstring bag tutorial! now I need to go and see how to freeze bananas!!

  4. Thanks so much for featuring my foot scrub!


  5. Thanks so much for featuring our Greek Salad. I've made 4 batches so far and I'm going to make more tonight. It's that good =o)

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