Tuesday Talent Show #51

Welcome back for another week of

The Tuesday Talent Show
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Chef in Training

 

I hope you all had an amazing weekend!
I thoroughly enjoyed seeing what you have all be up to last week and can’t wait to get this week’s Talent Show started!

Here are some incredible features from last week:

 

Safari Birthday Part from A Pumpkin and a Princess

 

 

DIY: Shabby Mini Topiaries from Alderberry Hill

 

Button Letter from Changing my Marbles

 

Reese’s Pieces Peanut Butter Bars from Joy in the Jumble

 

Double Chocolate Zucchini Brownies from Mommy’s Sweet Confessions

 

Let the Talent Show begin!

RULES

Link up YOUR projects, recipes, crafts, tutorials
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HAVE FUN!





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  1. Nikki! It’s almost been 1 whole year of the Tuesday Talent Show! I haven’t been blogging for a year so I haven’t been around all 51 weeks, but I sure am thankful for these posts each Tuesday! So much inspiration! HAVE A GREAT WEEK NIKKI!!

  2. Thank you for hosting this link up. I was so excited to make a super cute candy tree for the hubby this week. I didn’t know I would have the opportunity to share with others!

  3. When I click on the link for the double chocolate zucchini brownies, it takes me to the recipe for the Resee’s Pieces bars — can you fix it?? I must have that recipe :)

  4. Happy morning to everyone! (is it just me or does everyone find uber a.m. perkiness kind of annoying? ….i can’t help myself – i’m a perk-o-lator! Who needs coffee anyhow?)…

    this week i’ve linked up my Secret Recipe Club assignment – Grilled Summer Vegetable Sandwiches, or grilled veggie sammiches as I like to call them. mmmm sammiches.

    Also, The Wednesday Fresh Foods Blog Hop is up and running – hope to see you there with your local, seasonal, real-food posts! xo, kristy