One Project at a Time: 4/7/15

April 7, 2015

ABFOL One Project at a Time

Are you busy Spring cleaning? Have you planned out, prepped or planted your garden? Have you kids started with their Spring sport schedules? Somehow the warmer temperatures, longer days and brighter sunshine makes the busyness of life more acceptable. What’s keeping you busy these days? Leave a comment!  With all that keeps us busy, I’m certainly glad you took the time to join in the fun of today’s party!

If this is your first time partying with us, welcome! Every Tuesday we stop what we’re doing and turn the spot light on all of you, our wonderful readers and fellow bloggers. Our link party is where you’re invited to share your crafts, home projects, organizing and purging tips, recipes galore and everything in between…Please, link up and share your pride and joy, your sweat and your tears as you showcase your hard work. Here’s how it works

  • Use the linky at the bottom of this post to link your blog to ours, feel free to share whatever has been keeping you busy lately.
  • Share this party on your Facebook page so your readers know to come join in the fun.
  • Visit your fellow linking blogs and leave them a comment so they know you’re a part of the party too.
  • Comment here and tell me which was your favorite blog to visit. You never know, it could end up being featured.
  • Make sure you check back throughout the week. This party lasts all week long, until our next party, next Tuesday.
  • Please refrain from linking up posts that have the sole intention of selling a product. Such link ups will be removed.




Nothing beats homemade dinners, except homemade desserts. To be able to take a classic like Carrot Cake and perfect the recipe so you can make it at home is a beautiful skill everyone should have. Arlene, from Flour On My Face, has certainly spent her time creating a tasty recipe for old fashioned carrot cake.  Take a look and then get to baking!

Old Fashioned Carrot Cake via A Bowl Full of Lemons link party



Holly from Spend With Pennies, must know how much of a favorite french onion soup is in my house. Although I love the ease of just buying those nifty little packets, there is ALWAYS something so much more enjoyable knowing the food we’re eating is homemade. Starting with step one is a great way to give your family the best, so grab your spices and get mixing so you too can enjoy your own homemade French Onion Soup Mix.



How-to-make-Homemade-Onion-Soup-Mix via A Bowl Full of Lemons Link Party.

29 comments on “One Project at a Time: 4/7/15

  1. Amanda says:

    It always feels like spring when my son’s baseball season begins! Thank you for hosting!

    • Rachel says:

      That’s definitely how I feel about my girls and soccer. This week is the week! Games this weekend which means I’ve been spring cleaning all week!

  2. Kelsey says:

    I really enjoy your posts but usually view on my phone through Feedly and then clicking through. For some reason I only ever get to see the first two columns of the linked projects – columns three and four won’t load to view. Yours is the only site where this happens for me. Perhaps there is a bug to be tracked down?

  3. Noreen says:

    #14 had some nice ideas for bathroom shelving.

    • Rachel says:

      so many creative and unique ideas. So many options beyond the basic shelf with brackets! Thanks for stopping by and joining in the fun.

  4. Kimberly says:

    Hello gorgeous! I love your party, thanks for hosting! I would appreciate it if you would stop by our party. That would be so amazing! Lou Lou Girls

  5. Adreanna says:

    Thanks for hosting a great Linky Party!
    Adreanna @

  6. Tiffany says:

    Hi, Toni ~ Thanks so much for hosting this link party. I always enjoy a good link party! :0) I didn’t have a chance to check out all of the links (#bummer), but I really enjoyed Aimee’s (itsoverflowing at #37) tinted bottle tutorial. Thanks again and have a great day!

    • Rachel says:

      What a neat idea! I love that you can customize the bottles to fit your decor, party theme…. the possibilities are endless and the steps super easy!

      • Tiffany says:

        I know, Rachel! I had all of those visions going through my head. I’d love to tint a large bottle and put sand and a candle in it for our back patio. Like you said, these can be completely custom. Love it! :0)

  7. Nicole says:

    Thanks for hosting! The upcycled paint storage post by was super creative, I thought!

  8. I linked up my Southern Grilled Cheese today! Thank you for such a great party!

  9. Liz says:

    #3 is awesome! Makes me want to modge podge my stairs tonight!

  10. Jennifer says:

    Thanks so much for hosting — I always get so hungry when I visit!

  11. Thanks for hosting this week! My favorite would be #71, The wall art! Looove her ideas!!

  12. Jessica says:

    Thanks so much for hosting! I love stoping by every week to link up with you all! My favorite post this week has to be #3. I can’t believe that design on the stairs is fabric! They really did a great job with that project!

    • Rachel says:

      What an amazing transformation! I wonder how the fabric would work on my steps where there are scuff marks ON TOP of scuff marks. Thanks for joining in the fun!

  13. Thank you for featuring my Old Fashioned Carrot Sheet Cake!

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