It’s time to have a Linky Party! Well, you can say that again! I had to do without you and your wonderful creativity for far too long. Who knew that this emigration would take me over 2 months! It’s almost done!!!! Anyone want a new-to-me home reveal of the 113-year-old beach cottage we are renting?! Well, that can come later.
A new Linky Party
It’s time for a linky party now! Let me start with the features of last party and then open up the stage … FOR YOU and YOUR SUBMISSIONS !!!
It has been a long time since our last party, but I nonetheless what to share 3 highlights of it with you here, of sheer fabulousness brought to you by you/your fellow online artists & artisans.
I did not tell you, because I was too busy (read: having fun shopping in London), but this enticing photo is responsible for a delicious new dinner in my home. And we eat it Sunday brunch too. And for Saturday eve happy hour. …
This asparagus pie, or Asparagus Tart as it was called by maker Parrish, is staying on our family menu! I saw the picture and thought it was a great idea. Typically, Italians dress their asparagus with olive oil and Parmesan cheese. I had these 3 key ingredients in my home. All I needed was some filo pastry. I added a handful of shredded mozzarella cheese as well as two spoonful of freshly grated Parmesan cheese.
So easy! I rolled out the pastry, washed and arranged the asparagus, sprinkled it with grated mozzarella and Parmesan, and popped ‘the tart’ into the oven at 180C|350F for a bit over 10 minutes and voila’!
I drizzled it a tiny bit of olive oil over the tart and served for dinner with salad and a glass of chardonnay. So delicious and so sophisticated! Thank you, Parrish, for this greatly inspirational photo! It is a WINNER to me. Parrish used Kraft 5 cheese in hers, so if you prefer that, hop over to her blog for her recipe. So, there. Now you can make 2 (similar) versions of this delicious asparagus pie, tart, pizza.
After all these years, Crystelle is still in love with burlap. See it here: what a great card she created with a piece of scrap sheet music and … yes, …. a burlap heart. Simple but great! You rock, C!
Helena writes her blog in Dutch, which I can translate for you, if need be. But, it’s quite simple. Look for the word ‘HIER’ to go to Helena’s free crochet pattern for this adorable fox, with flexi legs! Love’m. Then, when there, copy/paste the pattern and use Google.com/translate can help you on your way to translate the pattern from Dutch to English. It actually works amazingly well, particularly if you know how to crochet and thus know what to look for.
30 Valentines Crafts & Gifts
Before we delve into the party, just want to give you the HEADS UP for this overview of 30 Valentine’s Crafts & Cards that you can make. The list is full of tutorials, templates & ideas. Check it out and make this year a special Valentines celebration.
And now it is YOUR time to Show off!!!
Please share your creations and tutorials for DIY projects & not-for-sale craft items. Participation requires that you genuinely link back to FineCraftGuild.com. Yeah!!! Party time! Can’t wait to see what you’ll link up!
How To Link Back to the Party
Linking back to the party is the only party rule and thank you for doing so. In-post (or sidebar) is best. A text link (Fine Craft Guild) in your post is fine!
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See you soon again!