Manic Monday Linky Party AND Katy’s Pocketed Cosmetic Bag Tutorial!

Hi guys! How has your last 3 weeks been?  Mine have been strange! Plus, I’ve had a pretty rough weekend. I got my stitches out on Thursday, which was FANTASTIC, but of course my arm isn’t at 100% yet and it’s very frustrating to have to limit myself. Then on Friday I woke up with a VERY sore throat and a seriously infected ingrown toenail and had to get antibiotics from the GP. So all weekend I’ve been eating ice lollies and drinking herbal tea. And looking at my toenail with a mixture of fascination and disgust. Yeah, I’m weird. So what. :)

However, I feel so much better now, thank goddess! Maybe it was the extra 12 hours of sleep I’ve gotten over the last 3 days. Or maybe it’s because the antibiotics are finally kicking in. Whatever it was, I’m just concentrating now on getting my arm back to normal.

Plus, I have an awesome tutorial for you! My pal Katy was generous enough to let me post her cosmetic bag tutorial on Friday, but for some reason it didn’t make it to everyone’s readers, so please go have a look at it right now. It’s very well written and easy to follow. If you’re scared of zippers I totally recommend it!

So I’m really curious to see what you’ve been up to in the last week! And be sure to come back tomorrow as I have another fantastic tutorial for you!
Linky Party Rules:

  • You can link anything you’ve created – an etsy shop, blog or tutorial, whatever.
  • You can leave up to 2 links
  • Please visit at least one other link and comment!
  • I’ll be featuring a few on the blog on Feature Friday
  • You are welcome to add my party button to your blog, but you don’t have to!





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4 Responses to Manic Monday Linky Party AND Katy’s Pocketed Cosmetic Bag Tutorial!

  1. Pam says:

    Look after yourself and thanks for hosting…

  2. Thanks for hosting – I hope you start to get on the mend soon!

  3. Amanda says:

    You really have had a rough time I hope you continue to feel better and your arm makes good recovery. Take it easy. I really love the look of the tutorial.

  4. Katy says:

    Aww, thanks for the extra mention. Now yay for no more stitches, but boo to the other ickiness! Hope it all goes away quickly!

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