Sharing Saturday #13

It is hard to believe that Palm Sunday is this week. All the Easter and spring crafts seem to be everywhere on line including at our Sharing Saturday from last week. Thank you to everyone who linked up. We are very sorry for all the technical problems that Linky Tools had last weekend. Now they are all set and there shouldn't be a problem this week.

This Week's Features:
(besides the ones I shared previously this week since they inspired me to do some crafts with Hazel)
From Mama's Little Muse: Handprint Lamb with Packing Peanuts (I love that they used packing peanuts!! I know the handprint lambs have been all over the place in fact we made one at church last week, but I love the use of packing peanuts.)

From Hungry Happenings: Carrot Shaped Veggie Pizza (I love this. We will definitely have to give this a try.)

From Pam's Party Planning & Practical Tips: Crafting with Kara--Flowerpot Nests (Beautiful job, Kara! Hazel and I may have to try one of these)

From Mermaids' Makings: Mr. Shaker and Miss Wobbly (I love the use of plastic eggs for something different!)

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 Now for This Week's Party  
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1)  Please follow Crafty Moms Share via GFC (or one of the other ways that work for you).  

2)  Link any 
kid-friendly, child-centered post. Please no etsy shops or giveaways, etc.  Remember to link to your actual post. 

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 Disclaimer: By sharing here, you are giving Crafty Moms Share permission to use your photos for features and to pin your craft at Pinterest.
All right everyone...This is a PARTY!! Have Fun!!


  1. Carrie, I have shared and Easter egg snake. Thank you for hosting!

  2. Thanks for hosting Carrie! Great Party! :) - Kali

  3. Hi! thx for featuring my "Lamb with Packing Peanuts!";) and hosting the Linky!


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