Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Pinterest Tuesday-Nesting Edition

Can you believe that it's Tuesday again?  I have been running around like a crazy woman trying to get ready for   baby #4 who is due to arrive in less then 6 weeks!  It's also supposed to drop 15 degrees overnight and my children dont have their fall clothes out yet!!  I'm looking forward to a few breaks of reading over your creative links this evening!

But first...the highlights from last week!

So lets start with some food-because when you are 34 weeks pregnant, EVERYTHING revolves around food!  Check out this adorable and edible Corndog Centipede from Hungry Happenings.  He will be gracing our table next week and I cant wait!!

And, while we are talking about food, check out this delicious SMELLING spaghetti playdough from The Preschool Experiment.  She added herbs and spices to make the playdough smell real.
Oh my, I think that would make me hungry!!

I'm nesting a human baby, but Crayon Freckles has made a wonderful Butterfly Life-Cycle  based on the Eric Carle books and craft style.  Really cute!!

And, since it will soon be hard(er) to find, I am trying to get some sleep these days.  I think counting these adorable sheep from Little Wonders' Days may do the trick!!

If you were featured this week, be sure to grab a button!

I cant wait to see what you all link up this week!!  Happy Pinning and God Bless!


andie jaye said...

thanks so much for featuring our hungry caterpillar display! will be linking up again tonight!

learning table said...

Thanks for all the inspiration!

jess_hak said...

Thanks for the feature! :) My kids still talk about that pizza play dough and I made it way pack in March!

Deb Chitwood said...

I always love this - must feed my Pinterest addiction each week! Thanks for hosting Pinterest Tuesday! :) Deb @ LivingMontessoriNow.com

RainbowsWithinReach said...

WOWZERS!!! What a brilliant idea! I 'found' you thru Pinterest!

I can't get my link to add to the party for some reason (even though it says there's a day left to do so?? I'm pretty new to this concept.)

I have a post that I'd really like to share! I've written & illustrated a picture book for 9-11, which is really a celebration of our country's spirit & diversity.

It's entitled, "Red, White & Blue" and has just won a national award. It is self-published though and can use all the extra 'pins' that can be created -- so that others searching for such a resource might discover it.

Thanks for letting me ramble. I'll attempt to link-up again, after a bit.

Debbie Clement