Eat Make Grow

Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you to all of you who share your projects on Eat, Make, Grow and inspire us!

Marigold here from Hideous! Dreadful! Stinky! You’ll notice that there is no Linky attached to this week’s blog hop. Foy, Miranda and I are working on some changes to Eat, Make, Grow that we hope you’ll love as much as we do. We’ll be making an announcement with all of the details soon. In the meantime, here are the featured posts from the last week:

This week’s most popular post was this adorable wool and silk winter skirt on Mandy Made. I just love the mix of the heavy wool contrasting with the sweet, summery silk lining peeking out underneath. I’d love to make one for myself. Hmm. Maybe a Winter of No Pants is in order??


And my choice this week is this wrapped branch centerpiece by Haeley over at Design Improvised. I love this because it reminds me of my grandma. I know it’s the wrong holiday, but every Easter we would seek out the perfect branch to display and hang our decorated eggs from it. So whenever I see a branch centerpiece, I get a little sentimental. This is a lovely twist on a classic. You should also check out the how-to for the table runner under this centerpiece. It’s a kid-friendly project that could easily be adapted with winter colors for the upcoming holidays.
Is one of these featured posts yours? Grab our “Featured Blogger” button to post on your blog and show off how cool you are. You can also visit our Pinterest Eat Make Grow Featured Bloggers pin board to see some of our past favorites.

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Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, everyone. Please don’t trample anyone at the Wal-Mart tomorrow, and come back soon to hear about the changes to your favorite blog hop and mine, Eat, Make, Grow!


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2 Responses to Eat Make Grow

  1. I love to eat, make and grow. For now I’m experimenting with a gluten free diet, which, after only 2 days, seems to be working. I don’t feel limited, I feel liberated. So many things are literally “off the table”…I love to make art and my pet portrait business is growing, slowly, mostly by personal referral. And grow – it’s a challenge here in Central Texas- too hot, too cold, too humid, too dry, shallow rocky poor soil, deer rabbits, squirrels, raccoons – a fenced Square Foot garden to the rescue. For now there is chard, collards, kale, parsley, thyme, oregano and the last of the basil. Love reading your posts!
    Deena O’Daniel recently posted…Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop: Mud Puppy

  2. Thanks for the comment, Deena! Yes, gardening in Texas was hard (i lived in Austin for 5 years) but tons of compost over time REALLY does help! Have a great holiday!

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