Creative Juice #47 {Features and Link-up}

Hey all!  Thanks for stopping by to another installment of Creative Juice.

I’m busy starting holiday crafts and finishing my sons’ Thanksgiving alphabet.  Monkey is still reciting the Halloween alphabet wall, even though I took it down November 1st.  I’m like Tar-jay, the day after the holiday, poof, it never existed…lol…

Here’s some eye-candy to brighten your Thursday from last week’s party.


#1 Follow if you like, and for extra brownie points find me on Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook.  We can chat and stuff.  I just adore social media, don’t you.  {note: irony in voice}.  I love it, but it’s so hard to be on all 3, ya know?
#2 Link to your actual post, not your blog generale.  And play nice and link back with a snazzy button or a text link…
#2.5 {don’t link to etsy shoppes, other linkies, etc.}, other than that…anything creative goes!
#3 Please visit others.  Pretty please, with pizza on top???

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  1. Crystal says:

    That’s awesome that he’s still reciting it. I can’t wait to see your Thanksgiving one. Thanks for hosting!

  2. Thanks for hosting Nicolette! Hope you are well :)

  3. Hi,
    I shared my Cranapple Sauce. I also shared an article about the great new book, Tender Grassfed Barbecue, and an interview with Dr. Pentti Nuponnen, an holistic dentist who will be speaking at the WAPF conference this week!

    Thanks for hosting

  4. Aimee says:

    Nicolette, thanks for hosting!!

  5. Carissa says:

    Thanks for hosting this great party every week. I’m your newest follower with Google Friend connect (not sure how I managed to not already be).

    Carissa @ Carissa’s Creativity Space

  6. vintagemom says:

    Hi! Today I’m sharing the absolute best Thanksgiving dessert you will ever have :) It’s a Pumpkin Chocolate Trifle that’s gluten-free, egg-free, dairy-free, soy-free, corn-free, AND you’ll never be able to tell!! You’ll have to invest some time into making it, but it’s so worth it…. especially for a holiday. Of course, it makes an excellent place to drown your sorrows or celebrate your successes on the off-holiday season as well (now that Haagen Daas is off-limits!)

    Lisa @ Allergy Free Vintage Cookery

  7. Lindsay says:

    Great party! I am happy to share here this week!

  8. Nicolette, I have shared Deviled Eggs. Thank you for hosting!

  9. Jenni says:

    Thank you so much for hosting!! Hope you have an EXTREMELY HOPPY Thursday! HUGS~

  10. Hi, Nicolette. This is my first time visiting and your features are beautiful. I shared a Pennsylvania Dutch turkey stuffing recipe, a Lithuanian blynai recipe, and a California roll recipe today. Thank you for hosting us and have a great week!

  11. Amanda Rose says:

    Thanks for hosting! I posted a profile for canned salmon, a great, budget-friendly solution for good eating.

  12. Stylebaggage says:

    Love the photo wall but I can’t narrow my selection down to that few of images ever…Been working on mine and it’s still lacking that “clean” vibe. Too cluttered because I have too many photos. Hopefully I’ll figure out…thanks for the inspiration!

  13. April says:

    Thanks so much for the feature! I love those scrabble tile coasters too!

  14. Kahli says:

    Thanks for hosting! Have a great weekend

  15. Thanks for hosting!! Hope to see you at Random Acts of Kindness Week starting tomorrow!! :)



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