Tuesday Talent Show #41

Hello all!

I hope everyone had a fabulous weekend and that you spoiled all your amazing dads/husbands/father figures in your life!  I just love my hubby so much!  He is such an amazing dad and has made me a mother to two amazing and adorable kids!

I absolutely LOVED going through all of last weeks link ups!  YOU are such amazing and talented people!  Even if you don’t have a blog to link up, I sure hope you go and visit some of these other talented bloggers!

Welcome back to this week’s edition of the Tuesday Talent Show here at Chef in Training!

Here are some fun features from last weeks Tuesday Talent Show!

 

Peach Cobbler Muffins via Life Made Simple Stephen + Natalie

 

Fringe Anklets via The Letter 4

 

Root Beer Sampler Stache + Printables via  Family Ever After

 

Nutella Cookies via The {Mr.} and the {Mrs.}

 

DIY Laundry Stain Remover via Somewhere in the Middle

 

Now let the Talent Show Begin!

RULES

Link up YOUR projects, recipes, crafts, tutorials
Please no giveaways, etsy shops, or advertisments
I would love to have you follow me via Feedburner, Facebook and/or Pinterest

HAVE FUN!

 



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  1. Julie

    Thanks so much for hosting, I enjoy your blog so much and love your recipes! Thanks for featuring the letter 4! The blogging world is exciting! Thanks again! Julie(the letter 4's mom)

  2. Winnie

    Hi Nikki
    Thanks for another party!

  3. Lyuba

    Thank you so much for hosting! Have a great week!

  4. suzyhomemaker

    Thanks for hosting. I linked up two today. This week I do not have recipes but more about food and nutrition. I hope people like them.

  5. Natalie

    Thank you so much for featuring our peach cobbler muffins!

  6. kristy @ gastronomical sovereignty

    This was the first father's day i actually got to spend with my dad in the past 5 years - it was lovely. i think you're right - we're so lucky to have such important dads in our lives :)

    for the linky i've linked up a recipe for fancy-pants creamy cauliflower puree with vanilla and crispy florets.