Our Mini Linky Party | Week 10

Happy Pi Day!!

Hi friends! How are you doing? Did you know today is Pi Day? We shared a printable last year to help celebrate, and we invite you to check it out too:

But, I am getting so excited for St. Patrick's Day!! I was so stoked to see that a bunch of you were linking up posts that were St. Patty's Day related last week--it made my elated, Irish heart skip a beat! 

So if you are wondering what this week's theme is, it is all about shamrocks! Yay! But everyone shared great posts just the same (even if it wasn't about celebrating St. Patrick's Day). 

I am so thankful for all of you who constantly visit us each week since we started our humble little linky party! I look forward to checking at your blog updates each week, and I appreciate your time and dedication to our mini (ha, no pun intended) linkup community. 

You all rock!!

Check out our features from this week:

St. Patrick's Day Door Hanger by Redo it Yourself Inspirations

Dollar Bill Shamrock by Crafty Journal

Shamrock and Rose Crochet Patterns by Fine Craft Guild

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#1. Family-friendly posts only (alcohol is OK).
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#5. Have fun & be sure to follow us whichever way you prefer so you can come visit us again!
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and run until Wednesdays at midnight MST.

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  1. Thank you for sharing everyone's creations! And thank you so much for the feature!
    Hope you're having a nice weekend~


    1. You're very welcome, Robin! And you too--thanks for coming by!

  2. We are in the UK & we do our dates the other way (DD/MM/YY) so it doesn't really work well here but I was explaining to my lad how if you do the date the American way it makes Pi. "oh" he says, "how do they spell Pi in America then?" Bless! I don't know if that's a case of not understanding or not listening properly to his mum. I should add he is 15 and should know better! Thanks for the party, have a great weekend.

    1. Oh how funny! I am sure he was listening, but you know how teenagers can be! You're very welcome, Julia! And hope you have a great rest of your week, too! (I realize in the UK now it's the afternoon and I'm sure your weekend is wrapping up by now).


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