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list lovers

Welcome to week three of List Lovers, a Thursday meme where you can share lists of link love, useful tips, favorite things, or whatever else your heart desires. Keep reading to play along!

Today I’m sharing five bits of link love. Hope you hope you enjoy!

1. Art Not Craft eBook giveaway at Simple Kids.

2. Polished Corners book giveaway at Homegrown Mom.

3. Puppet Play book giveaway at Pink & Green Mama

4. Kate, from An Amazing Child, is guest posting at The Imagination Tree about the importance of doodling

5. The free printable Pond Life Preschool Pack at Homeschool Creations.

Have some link love to add to my list? You can do so in the comments. Just number them and keep right on listing.

Want to share a list of your own? You choose the topic and create a List Lovers post on your blog. Then add the link to your post in the comments below. To make for easier browsing, please include a link back to this post. If you’d like to grab the List Lovers graphic from the sidebar for your post, you’re welcome to but it’s certainly not required. And if you have any other questions, check out this post. Have fun!

list lovers: 5 kitchen printables and projects

Welcome to week two of List Lovers, a Thursday meme where you can share lists of link love, useful tips, favorite things, or whatever else your heart desires. Keep reading to play along!

5 Kitchen Printables and Projects

1. Meal Planning Magnets – a brilliant idea from Katherine Marie Photography

2.  These darling printable recipe cards  from Creature Comforts

3. Turn your pantry door into a chalkboard. (LOVE THIS!)

4. Paint a menu platter with The Sleepytime Gal

5. Turn vintage tea towels in bread bags with this tutorial at I Eat Food.

Have some kitchen printables or projects to add to my list? You can do so in the comments. Just number them and keep right on listing.

Want to share a list of your own? You choose the topic and create a List Lovers post on your blog. Then add the link to your post in the comments below. To make for easier browsing, please include a link back to this post. If you’d like to grab the List Lovers graphic from the sidebar for your post, you’re welcome to but it’s certainly not required. And if you have any other questions, check out this post. Have fun!

GUESTSM A Y    G U E S T S: If you haven’t noticed, some very creative people have dropped in already this month and introduced themselves. Check out the guest list in the sidebar. You might discover a new favorite read, or better yet, a new friend!

poetic * playP O E T I C  *  P L A Y: This week’s poem is Of A Spider by Wilfred Thorley (1878-1963). You’ll find a copy of the play guide HERE with suggestions for outdoor exploring, crafting, additions to your book basket, and ideas for your nature table. Look for a new poem on Monday!

List Lovers: 10 Delicious (FREE) Online Magazines and eBooks

Welcome to the debut of List Lovers, a Thursday meme where you can share lists of link love, useful tips, favorite things, or whatever else your heart desires. Keep reading to play along!

I love a good magazine, but they are clutter-makers for sure! Thankfully, it seems that online magazines and eBooks are popping up everywhere these days and many of them are FREE! Here are 10 suggestions:

1.  Kireei

2.  Small Magazine

3.  LMNOP

4.  Sweet Paul

5.  Maximize Your Mornings {an eBook from Inspired to Action}

6.  Tiny & Little

7.  Spring Crafts eBook

8.  Babiekins

9.  Papier Mache

10. Lil’ Book of Hand Embroidery Stitches (such a handy little booklet!)

Have some free eBooks or online magazines to add to my list? You can do so in the comments. Just number them and keep right on listing.

Want to share a list of your own? You choose the topic and create a List Lovers post on your blog. Then add the link to your post in the  comments below. To make for easier browsing, please include a link back to this post.  If you’d like to grab the List Lovers graphic from the sidebar for your post, you’re welcome to but it’s certainly not required. And if you have any other questions, check out this post. As it turns out, WordPress isn’t very Mr. Linky friendly so we’ll just  try it this way this week and see how it goes.

Since this is the very first week, I’ll leave the comments open through the weekend. Happy list making!