Welcome to the Sew It Cook It Craft It Link Party! 😀 I’m excited what you’ll be sharing today!
Last Week On Sew Historically
Roses smell heavenly and what’s best roses are edible! Roses bloom from April to November so you can pick fresh roses all through the summer and fall. Use fresh rose petals to make rose lemonade, rose ice cream, cake with rose buttercream, candied roses, rose syrup, homemade rose water, rose jelly or all-natural blush colored with fresh rose petals.
Pfitzauf is a traditional Swabian dessert – it’s delicious and easy to make.
This Week’s Features
DIY String Art @ Neli Design
Easy Crocheted Newborn Hat @ 3 Winks Design
- I’d love if you’d follow me on Pinterest, Instagram or Bloglovin.
- Link up as many posts as you like. Don’t link up posts you’ve linked up before.
- Link up your recipes, sewing and DIY projects, natural makeup and hairstyle tutorials, and things you made for your dogs, cats and other pets. I’m pinning the features to my Sew It Cook It Craft It pinterest board.
- Please visit some of the links and leave some comment love.
- Sew It Cook It Craft It starts every Tuesday at 1pm UTC. You can link up for one week till the next link party starts.
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