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Link Party Palooza — and Kristen’s Custom Creations Giveaway!

It’s Friday!!

Remember, I’ve supersized the Weekend Wrap-Up Party! Now it’s the …
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We’ve combined the popular parties at I Heart Nap TimeLil’ LunaSomewhat SimpleTatertots & Jello and Today’s Creative Blog to make a giant link party. You’ll only have to link up once to to be listed on all five sites, and each of us will choose our own projects to feature posts –  just like we always have!

So be sure to check with each site to see which of the amazing ideas were featured! I’ll have two “great ideas” posts this weekend!

This week’s giveaway is from Kristen’s Custom Creations!

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I’ve known Kristen since I started blogging — and I have loved her jewelry for a long time!

She’s one of my oldest “bloggy” friends, and she is amazing.

I love that all of her pieces are hand-stamped, not machine-stamped. It makes every piece unique and organic.

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(This is me wearing the Mother’s Day Double-Stacked and Hammered A Lot of Love Necklace in Hawaii a couple of years ago)

And besides being one of the first and best in hand-stamped jewelry, Kristen now has another unique take on stamped pieces, combining them with the Tagua Nut in different cool colors, like this in teal (there’s butterscotch, chocolate and burnt orange too!)

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We’ve teamed up this week to give away a $50 credit to Kristen’s amazing shop!

Link up your projects, find out more about the giveaway, and enter to win after the break:

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I love this Starfish story-inspired bracelet! It’s a great reminder to kind to everyone!

(What? You don’t know the starfish story? It’s in the product description. It’s a great story.)

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This is a perfect stocking stuffer for the loved ones in your life! It’s often so hard to shop for the men on your gift list, and this is a great way to give a thoughtful, unique present.

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I love the new charms, too — this one’s for “foodies,” but you can customize the stamp if you’d like, too. Check out all of the charms!

Here are a few more of Kristen’s favorites:

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Left: To Thine Own Self Be True Bracelet

Center: Double Stacked I Love You to the Moon and Back necklace (with personalized names)

Right: Not All Those Who Wander are Lost necklace

I just adore Kristen! She is so talented and generous.

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Here’s a little bit about her in her own words:

I started my business in 2008 when there were just a few artists stamping jewelry.  You will see in my shop that I work mostly with sterling silver as I feel only the best materials should be used when creating keepsake jewelry.  I like to create pieces that speak to the person wearing it, that the jewelry tells a story whether it is their kiddos names, a special phrase or inspirational message that when worn around their necklace serves as a reminder. I have kept my business small so that I can personally be involved with each and every order.  

I’m so excited to be able to feature Kristen’s Custom Creations again!

I have more good news:

Use the code TATERTOT
at checkout
at Kristen’s Custom Creations
and get 15% off everything 
through next Friday!

and

Here’s how to enter to win this fantastic giveaway
for $50 to Kristen’s shop:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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Don’t forget to link up your projects!!
I can’t wait to see YOUR ideas and feature YOU!!

Remember, you only need to link up once here to be listed in all of the sites’ parties — but be sure to check out each site through the weekend!

We’ll each be featuring our own picks from all of the fabulous ideas!

(When you add a link,  please mention on your site that you linked up at Tatertots and Jello (here’s a link: Tatertots & Jello).

Please visit and comment on TWO links above you and TWO links below you — in addition to any others that you want to visit.  {We all love comments!})

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PS: Here’s what I’ve been working on this week:

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Top Left: I showed off my new spooky Halloween Mantel!

Bottom Left: I revealed my bedroom’s DIY Industrial X-Bench!

Middle: I shared the Wedding Printables I made for my friend’s daughter!

Top Right: I created some fantastic Leather Tassels and shared how to make them!

Bottom Right: I cooked up a super yummy Italian 7-Layer Dip!

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  2. My wife loves new necklace, it has the whole family on it

  3. I love the capture life necklace!

  4. What a great giveaway this week! Love her handmade jewelry…especially the piece that says “I love you more.” My husband and I are always trying to “out do” each other when we say “I love you” and this is one of the things we say!

  5. Michelle Janes says:

    I think my favorite one is the necklace that says “Faith not Fear” and has a cross with it. Love LOVE it.

  6. Mother’s Day Hand Stamped Jewelry Double Stacked And Hammered A lot Of Love Necklace in lowercase font is my favorite and I also love the I love you more necklace!

  7. I really love the It Made A difference To That One Bracelet…beautiful jewelry!

  8. Ashley Davis says:

    The Capture Life Necklace would be a perfect gift for my sister! https://www.etsy.com/listing/62840951/hand-stamped-jewelry-capture-life?ref=shop_home_feat

  9. I definitely like the “Capture Life” necklace.
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  10. I love the “Mother’s Day Hand Stamped Jewelry Grandma Necklace Adorned With Birthstones” but I was thinking to have “Blessed Momma” at for the title :)
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  11. I love the Proverbs 4:23 necklace :)
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  12. I have been looking for a great mother’s day necklace since my sister had her first baby in May – perfect Christmas gift!

  13. I love the foodie necklace.

  14. Thank you for hosting this great party. Keep up the awesome work! Please stop by and check out our weekly party!! Link and Hop with BeBetsy

    ~~Thanks, Sharon & Denise BeBetsy

  15. I LOVE those! Especially adore the “Not all those who wander” one. I’ve got my sights on it :)

  16. Its a toss up between not all who wander are lost and I kiss my dogs lips. So many great pieces to choose from!

  17. Tania Pedraza says:

    Love the starfish bracelet, Great party!

  18. My sister gave me a necklace when my first baby girl was born that is similar to the one you are giving away. I treasure it! They are so amazing.

    I linked up the Candy Corn Cocoa I made for a You’ve Been Booed neighbor treat. There are so many fun Halloween ideas linked up!

    Thanks!

    xo
    Daniela

  19. I love the “foodie” jewelry with the cute spatula. I’m a food blogger too so that would be super cute to win! I love the great ideas I get from your link parties. Thanks! […] Sharing this project with: Tatertots & Jello: Link Party Palooza […]

  20. Thanks for the great party Jen! Have a great weekend. :)

  21. I’m new to crafting, and looking for ideas to start small. Seems like bead and wire decorations should be easy enough (I hope). Once I’ve made some that I feel are worthy of sharing I will start a blog. I’m open to constructive feedback! I have been a working student and mother (now grandmother!) for so long that I never had time to be crafty. You all have some wonderful ideas here, I’m excited to begin.

    My favorite item here so far is the one that says ‘it mattered to that one.’ it was nice to be reminded of that story just when I really needed to keep that sentiment in mind, so thank you. Everything here is truly beautiful.

  22. courtney a says:

    I really like the Move It necklace

  23. Ania Pedraza says:

    I love everything that is made with starfish on the hand stamped jewelry, Thanks for hosting Jen!

  24. I tweeted about the giveaway. @sebh55

  25. I like the Love, Faith, Hope necklace. Thanks.

  26. Love the aqua Tagua nut piece!

  27. I love the Mother’s Day double stacked necklace but all of Kristen’s pieces are simple and beautiful!
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  28. Mother’s Day Hand Stamped Jewelry Double Stacked And Hammered A lot Of Love Necklace in lowercase font.

  29. Thank you so much for hosting … I always find so many ideas here :)
    Brenda @ SweetSimpleStuff recently posted…Halloween Cupcakes … cute and not too scary!

  30. I like the love, faith hope necklace

  31. Such a fun link party Jen! Thanks for hosting! SMiles, Jill
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  32. Thanks for a great party. It was fun seeing what people brought to the table, and I really appreciate the hard work that goes into hosting. Jodi @ http://www.meaningfulmama.com
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  33. Thanks so much for hosting, Jen (and girls)! So, so many links to enjoy. Have a wonderful weekend!

  34. Thanks for the wonderful party ladies! Have a fantastic weekend!

  35. Thanks for the party. Have a great fall weekend!

  36. Thanks for hosting Jen!

    Fotini

  37. I love the “love you to the moon and back” keychain, that is what my daughter and I say to each other at bedtime. :)

  38. I love the starfish bracelet and the hand stamped necklace with the birthstones.

  39. Love the starfish and “love you to pieces”

  40. I think “I Love You to the Moon” is my favorite. I made something with that on it for my kids rooms a couple years ago.

  41. So many lovely things! I actually found my favorite on the last page: Hand Stamped Jewelry Double Stacked A lot of Love Necklace Adorned With Birthstones.

    Thanks for sharing this beautiful site with us!

  42. Shannon R says:

    Love the Dandelion, “My Cup Runneth Over” and the starfish designs…AND the Link-up

  43. Thanks for the party Jen!
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  44. I love the capture life pendant. Beautiful things!

  45. I love the Mommy stamped necklace with fancy heart. Adorable!

  46. the java mama necklace is hilarious and SO ME!!

  47. I love the Hand Stamped Jewelry Initial Necklace For the Graduate With Hidden Graduation Year 2013. It’s perfect!
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  48. Thanks for the party, Jen!
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  49. i love the mother’s day necklace.

  50. Thank you for hosting, Jen!

  51. Thanks so much for hosting! Enjoy your weekend.
    KC
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  52. I tweeted about the giveaway

  53. I really like the move it necklace, what a pretty motivator!

  54. I like the Capture Life necklace!
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  55. Christy McMillan says:

    I love the Hand Stamped Jewelry Bloom Sterling Silver Necklace and the Hand Stamped Jewelry Grande Double Fancy Initial Necklace. There is actually a lot that I love but those are my two favs. Thanks for the opportunity to win. :)

  56. Thank you for hosting. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

  57. I am still not exactly sure what those empty boxes are for in the giveaway? :) So….Teal Tagua Necklace with “Breathe” . I shared on twitter and pinteret, so far. Thanks for the giveaway and the party Jen!!

  58. Love your parties! So much creativity and yummy recipes. You are so creative and I enjoy your posts. How do find time go do it all?
    Shannon ~ bohemianjunktion.com

  59. Oh my- I love her store! I would definitely start with the capture life necklace since that’s what I do most of the time :) hehe

    Have a wonderful weekend Jen!! hugs
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  60. Thanks for hosting Jen!
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  61. Thanks for hosting Jen! I love this party every week- so many amazing ideas to take in!! Have a fabulous weekend:)
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  1. […] Last week we posted about my Haunted Mansion inspired wall:  And this week for $5 Friday we are going to share how we made 5 of the items from the wall for less than $5. So let’s get started. The very first thing I made for my wall was my two old crows picture: I had this weird old picture of two bath tubs…like I said weird… So I pulled the mat and pictures out of the frame: That’s when I discovered the tubs were glued to the mat.  Oh well, that didn’t really bother me.  I still went to town painting. I used Americana brand acrylic paint that I bought at JoAnn and used several coats of Ivory to paint over the tubs and Black to paint over the rose colored mat: After the paint dried I popped the empty pictures and mat back into the frame and then using hot glue glued some kooky dollar store crows into the white space.  And I was done. Super easy and super cheap!  I used supplies I already had on hand (the wacky frame and last years crows) and with just a few new supplies (paint and hot glue) I had a new Halloween decoration! ***** This next project is the brain child of Grace: A few weeks ago we went to the dollar store where she found the worlds UGLIEST, green, plastic, Dracula door knocker thingy…and she was convinced it was “just like at Jack’s house” (during the holiday’s The Haunted Mansion is decorated with A Nightmare Before Christmas theme and so she calls it “Jack’s house”). I wasn’t as sold on the thing but one day while she was at school I started messing around with it: The first thing I did was paint almost the entire beast black…I did leave a little of that crazy green peeking through in spots: Then I took some white paint (both the black and white paint I used was left over from the crow picture project) and did a dry brush technique over the top of the raised portions of Dracula’s face: When the paint had dried I brushed on a very light coat of Americana brand gloss: And finally I glued Dracula onto some upholstery fabric that I had purchased at JoAnn and had placed over the top of an existing picture in a black frame. (When I am done I can just remove the fabric with the plastic door knocker attached and have both my family picture back and save my little vampire to be used again next year.) As it turns out I really like this piece.  And again it cost next to nothing to create. I used a frame I already had and the crazy Dracula from the dollar store.  Then I just used the same supplies from the crow project (the paint and the hot glue).  The only new supplies I purchased were the fabric (on the clearance aisle at JoAnn) and the gloss. ***** This is one of my favorite pieces on the entire wall and it was by far the easiest to make:  I tacked this handmade awesomeness (purchased at an estate sale) to a piece of that upholstery fabric from JoAnn (used for the Dracula doorknocker) and then inserted it into a frame on top of another picture. This is another project that I can remove from the frame, get my picture back and save the project to use again next year. Love it. ***** This piece happened by accident. I had removed the photo and backing from this frame my husband made and loved how the wire on the back looked hanging there inside the frame. Luckily Elizabeth happened to have this cool set of keys…which she let me borrow and wah-lah!  This project was done. But I don’t have any keys like that you say? Well you could always hang up a dried rose or something similar in it’s place…or I even think it’s pretty cool just left empty… ***** The fifth and final project that we are sharing today is by far my kids favorite part of the wall:  In Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion there is wall paper that has eyes…it used to fascinate me as a little girl so I knew I wanted to make something for the wall that was a nod to that great wall paper. And that is how I ended up with the framed Damask fabric with googly eyes. Easiest project ever…take some damask fabric (again, from JoAnn), stick it in a frame and hot glue on some googly eyes in strategic places. Done. ***** I really am a Disneyland Haunted Mansion nut, always have been…so I love this wall.  I wanted it to be a modern take on the feel of that iconicly spooky ride…but I also didn’t have a lot of money to spend….and I really didn’t spend a lot.  I just purchased a few key supplies: paint, fabric, and glue and then used those helpful supplies to spruce up items that I already had around the house. Now that it is finished I am already thinking of how to add on to it again next year…I think I’ve created a monster…. -liZ PS—Yes, this was the world’s longest post…but there is still one more to come where I finish the rest of the how-to’s from the wall. PS—Linked here:  Tatertots and Jello […]

  2. […] Today’s project comes from an afternoon at Simon’s “Man Science Club”. It was one of the boys favorites and I liked it to…it was cool and required almost no preparation and the clean up was minimal. And although we did these experiments in the summer they would be perfect to do this time of year…especially at a Halloween party! Here’s what you’ll need: *dry ice (can be purchased at most Wal-Mart’s or local grocery stores) *a regular ice cube *2 plates *2 napkins or paper towels *A cylinder or water pitcher *liquid dish soap Here’s what we did: On this day we were talking about dry ice.  So we set up an experiment to see the similarities and differences between dry ice and regular ice. We set out two plates.  On each plate we put a napkin.  Then on one plate we put a piece of dry ice and on the other a regular ice cube.  Then we left them alone while we did some other setting up.  When time had passed we checked the ice plates to see what was happening. On the dry ice plate we could see that the chunk had gotten smaller but the paper towel was dry.  On the other plate we could see that the ice cube had gotten smaller but that the paper towel was wet.  After observing this we talked about how ice cubes are made of frozen water and how dry ice is mainly composed of frozen carbon dioxide.  We also discussed the temperature at which each kind of ice freezes and where the ice goes and the changes it goes through as it melts. (And as boring as that may sound…it wasn’t…all of those 8 year old boys were super into hypothesizing and talking about it.) After that it was time to play. First we took a glass cylinder (actually I used a flower vase but it looks like an oversized cylinder and worked perfectly for this project) filled it with luke warm water, and dropped in a chunk of dry ice. We watched it bubble and smoke. And talked about the carbon dioxide turning from a solid into a gas and then pushing its way up through the liquid and out into the air. And that was fun. But not as fun as what we did next. When all the dry ice has dissolved we again put some warmish water in our cylinder and added a chunk of dry ice but this time we also dropped into the water a few drops of Dawn dish soap. And here is what happened: The cool thing about adding the dish soap to the mix is that when the carbon dioxide is trying to escape from the water and it reaches the surface the carbon dioxide becomes trapped in the dish soap and forms an amazing amount of bubbles. Which would be cool by itself but these bubbles aren’t just ordinary bubbles…these bubbles are filled with smoke! Which means if you scoop up the bubbles and pop them they turn into a cloud of smoke! It’s a trick that never gets old. Trust me. And it doesn’t matter how old or how cool you are…you won’t be able to help yourself…you’ll have to get in on the fun.  (Everyone at our house was playing with the smoke bubbles that afternoon…from my husband to baby Ruth…everyone got in on the action.) Now, I should at this point say that dry ice is not a toy and should, in fact, be handled with caution.  My husband handled all the dry ice while wearing gloves and we talked about safety with dry ice before ever beginning with our dry ice experiments. We did several other experiments before Man Science club ended that day but you’ll have to wait until next week before I share those. Until then enjoy your Friday and your weekend! -liZPS—Linked Here:  Tatertots and Jello […]

  3. […] “When hinges creak in doorless chambers, and strange and frightening sounds echo through the halls. Whenever candlelights flicker where the air is deathly still. That is the time when ghosts are present, practicing their terror with ghoulish delight!” ~The Haunted Mansion Ride I grew up going to Disneyland every summer with my parents, grandparents, siblings, and cousins.  Some of my fondest childhood memories have Disneyland as their backdrop. Like sitting on the stone fence outside of the Haunted Mansion as a little girl and eating snacks with my grandpa who always offered to sit off the ride with me because I was too afraid to go inside.  Or as a tween waiting until dark to ride the Haunted Mansion with my cousins…only to get off the ride and race around to get in line for another trip!  Or (one of my favorite recent memories) a trip to Disneyland with my adult siblings where we stayed too late, laughed to loud, ran too much, and chose the Haunted Mansion as our last ride of the night. I love that ride…my family thinks it’s because I’m a closet Goth…but there is just something about it. When I was young I marveled at the magic…the atmosphere…the imagery. Now that I am an adult I still marvel at imagery but also at the ambiance that has been created by the attention to detail and design of artists and craftsman. So when Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store approached us about creating a spooky space for Halloween the first thing that of course came to mind was my favorite spooky space: However, as I brainstormed ideas I decided that I didn’t want to try to copy a room or attempt to duplicate any portion of The Haunted Mansion.  Instead I wanted to create a Halloween space that was inspired by it.  So I drew from the color palate, the style, and feeling of the Haunted Mansion to make a Halloween-scape in my house. And I knew just where I wanted to create it: It was a lot of fun to make.  I gathered together items I already had in my home and then after taking inventory (and a quick trip to Jo-Ann) I started putting things together…adding something here…painting something there…antiquing this frame…gluing down that doily…until I had everything just the way I wanted it. Over the next few weeks we will be sharing tutorials on how we made, altered, or put together items for this wall.  Most of my favorite things here only took a few minutes and required minimal supplies. Here is a “map’ of the wall.  Everywhere that you see a * that is a project that we used supplies from Jo-Ann and that we will be sharing a tutorial for. The supplies that we used included:  acrylic paint, gloss, spray paint, doilies, embroidery floss, upholstery fabric, duck cloth, googly eyes, muslin, and hot glue. I had so much fun making, putting together, or gathering each item… The only hard part was photographing it! Would you believe these pictures were taken at night? We didn’t intend on an evening photo shoot but our attempts to just change one little thing before we got started lead to one disaster after another… And by the time we got around to taking photographs we had broken 2 panes of glass, destroyed a pair of shoes, had become stranded on a ledge, and then there was that little episode of me exclaiming curse words while leaping down the stairs with my hands in the air desperately trying to catch an air born cake stand. (I’m telling you it’s Lucy and Ethel in the chocolate factory every time Elizabeth and I get together…but at least this time I wasn’t running Elizabeth over with my mini van.) But I digress…. As I was saying, I suppose it only seems fitting that the pictures were taken at night…because after all, that is the best time to experience The Haunted Mansion. Now before I sign off for the day I wanted to let you know about a new website that Jo-Ann just launched that is all about decorating for the holidays.  It’s lots of fun and full of tutorials!  So head over THERE and check it out! And after you check it out here’s a coupon to use just in case you are feeling inspired! -liZ PS:  As the tutorials posted over the next few weeks we will add the links to those posts here: Here are the tutorials for 5 of the Halloween Wall Hangings that can be made for $5 or less! PS:   This review is part of the Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores® Celebrate the Season campaign. I received compensation for this review; however, this is my personal, honest opinion based on my experience. PS:  This post is linked here:  SNAP and here Tatertots and Jello […]

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