Wednesday, February 29, 2012

DIY Thrifty Thursday #56

Welcome to our first DIY Thrifty Thursday of March 2012!

February was a long month for my family. We had a dear friend pass away, a few things break in our house, a weekend road trip, work convention and a little snow at the end of the month. I didn't get to many fun DIY projects (unless you count replacing 3 door knobs and dead bolts to our outside doors...not too exciting, I decided not to post about that one. :) Hopefully you had some time to get some projects done.

Now it's time for last weeks spotlights:
Will Cook for Smiles, Chocolate Waffles _YUM!

Decorating with Cents. Painted Vase_Beautiful, what a Thrifty idea!

Ashley's Dandelion Wishes. Hand Sanitizer gift wrap
_What a fun idea!

Decorating Ideas; A Fireplace Makeover
_Great way to upgrade for cheap!

Irish Italian Blessings; Free St. Patricks Day Printables_I needed more St. Patrick's Day decor!
Thanks to everyone that hooked up last week and every week. We couldn't have a DIY Thrifty Thursday without you! :)

If you were featured, be sure to grab the "I was featured" button below for your site!


Now on to the party!
  1. Link back to Thrifty 101 somewhere on your blog and help promote DIY Thrifty Thursdays, the bigger the party, the better! THANKS! Buttons are found HERE or you can just add a little link this: Thrifty101. I don't require it on your post because I know how annoying that can get. Mention it or post the button anywhere on your blog, FB page, Twitter is great. Thanks! :)
  2. Link up any projects you have done yourself. Even if you didn't "create" the idea or invent the recipe, you still made it yourself.
  3. Visit other bloggers and leave a comment, you might just make someone's day.
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  2. Thank you so much for the feature!! Thank you for hosting :)

  3. Thanks for hosting! My post is just a quick meal perfect for Lent and meatless menus.


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