Link Love


Adore this DIY for a woven paper gift topper at minnieco.co.uk spotted on alittlegray.

Make a paper twine barrette at paperphine.

Learn how to hand print fabric and wrap a gift with it at travelfoodartanddesign.

Make this delightful soap dispenser from a tin can at funkytime via craft.

See what else we’re linking & loving this week after the jump…

How to resize patterns for a large bust. Thankyouverymuch.

Fascinating excerpt: The Indignity of the Industrial Tomato.

12 Tips for Shopping the Farmers Market. Oh, I have one to add: don’t bring your dog. Long story.

If you have a big idea, a dream you want to launch, then Daily Candy’s Start Small, Go Big Contest is something you need to enter! Share your idea and the winning concepts in different categories will get DailyCandy hook ups to get their idea off the ground.

The five things you need to set up your home photography studio at photojojo via craft. Also check out our Simple Photo Tips for Better Product Shots and 25 Tips for Taking Great Photographs by professional photographer Bruce Leventhal (my brother)!

DIY tomato stakes, I need this, as I planted two tomato plants with cages, but then six more just randomly popped up.

Also at Healthy Mama, Happy Baby, Stephanie writes about her struggle with PPD while Tara shares, for the first time, about the death of her first daughter. Very difficult stuff, but stories that need to be heard and shared.

Spring is here, and this lesson for Scarlet is on my mind.

Jacinda’s giving away an awesome Medela Freestyle breast pump, enter on Babble.
And I’m giving away a Phil and Ted’s Lobster Portable High Chair on Babble as well.
Get those kids organized: Top Ten Toy Storage Bins.
These cardboard castles by artist Ann Wood are amazing.
Scarlet cuteness and a 20% off coupon for adorbs hairclips.
Should grown women wear rompers?
Adorable and affordable plus size swimsuits.
Does your daughter have dad hair?

That’s all she wrote! See you on Monday. Or probably sooner on facebook and twitter, since we can’t seem to stay away from the Prudent Mamas for long. Hope your weekends are filled with fresh veggies, long naps, and sweet baby kisses for all the Prudent Dads out there.

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4 Comments

Andrea

Oy! How about a tutorial to resize patterns for a large butt?? Normal waste and large butt = serious pants problems!

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Linnea

Love the idea of resizing patterns – but for the opposite reason! Any idea where I could find details on resizing for a petite woman? Thanks for your fabulous links!

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