Lovelinks: 5 Must-clicks (DIY Edition)

Feliz Friday Friends! Oh the rapturous joy this day brings! I'm so ready for this weekend, yet not at the same time (I'm nervous about a shoot I have scheduled for Sunday...Eek!)... Anyway... Here are 5 must-dos, must-check-outs, must click-heres:

1. Tissue paper flowers: I could not find the source for this, but I think the images are pretty self-explanatory.. No?

2. Add a lacey embellishment to your sweaters! NICE! (This site is in a foreign language..So maybe this picture will suffice?)

3. This link proves I'm a nerd. I got soooo excited when I saw this.. Haha!
 4. I'm planning to winterize my house very soon...Snowflakes galore! And this link includes a printable PDF.. Score!
 5. I've always wanted to make a quilt.. And I plan on doing that some day soon.. This site has a TON of tutorials.. Free ones! Wee!

Ok, so this week's lovelinks where a bit on the slim and trim side... And some didn't even have links.. So maybe I was misleading.. I apologize! I should've titled this "MostlyhaveallthelinksandoneisnoteveninEnglish Lovelink DIY edition" Oy!


Have a good weekend friends!

17 comments

  1. i love that doily cardigan! Super cute! And it's pretty self explanatory :)

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  2. I look forward to your lovelinks. I always find something new which is refreshing in my struggle here in the corporate world (my boss just left & I get to be on blogger yay!) Don't think I can do the tissue paper flowers, but the lace embellishment I probably can do. Oh man the constellations, that was my favorite past time when I was younger - Orion's belt being my favorite. Nerd to nerd, I cheat - I've downloaded GOOGLE SKY app so I can see constallations day & night =)

    You have a great weekend my friend!

    xoxo

    Cinderella's Closet NYC

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  3. P.S. Good luck with your photoshoot this weekend. I'm sure you're going to be great!

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  4. Love your LOVELINKS, Janette! So many cute things! I especially adore those pretty tissue flowers! :D

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  5. ohhh, i love the cardigan with the pretty doily pockets!

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  6. i am the worst at cutting out snowflakes. i always chop too much and then it's ruined. i am 2 and need a tutorial. so thanks. haha =] ALSO? i want to make a quit, too!!! ahh! i've been thinking about it forever and ever amen and i just get so excited and then instant dread when i'm like, "hey, self? that's a huge project, btw." because i like to start things and not finish them. yeah, i'm one of those people. anyway. i'm making a crochet blanket. if i can finish that, i can start AND finish a quilt. easy, peasy.

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  7. I'm going to bookmark this post because I like that lace embellishment on the sweater and i've been wanting to make a quilt. I made one over 10 years ago, but it's not my favorite pattern. Have a great weekend!

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  8. Pretty links! I always make snowflakes at xmas, last year I taught our 2 yr old male lodger to make them and he was excited, I was so shocked he'd never made them before! He was really proud of his, it was funny! xx

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  9. okay, I totally checked out that link for the paper snowflake tutorial...and jumped on making snowflakes like it was going out of style!! haha I even created some more tutorials and shared them on my blog :) thanks so much for sharing Janette! And I hope you're having a great weekend :)

    xo
    Haley

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  10. Such fun ideas! I love DIY I'm just not very good at it haha.

    Melissa
    miss-melissa.com

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  11. love the snowflakes! will have to check out that tutorial!

    have a great weekend! :)

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  12. On the same note as adding lacy doilies to your sweaters, I've also seen a tutorial around for adding leather elbow patches to cardigans...which is an interesting thought.

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  13. LOL love the one of the stars too! I must be a nerd as well.

    http://jimpricute.blogspot.com/

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  14. Love love love these! I can't wait til I'm done with school and can spend time on break crafting instead of writing papers!

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  15. WOW these are all great! Love the lace pockets and wallflowers!

    XOXO
    Shels
    http://followyourbliss4ever.blogspot.com/

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  16. Those tissue paper flowers are gorgeous! And the snowflakes too! Maybe I should do something like that :) Lovely!

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