Monday, December 6, 2010

Link Party!

Here it is!  Let's see those Christmas projects and anything else you've been working on.  I keep wanting to see a tutorial on how to rewire one of my old light-up Christmas sweaters.  Must be one out there like that somewhere.  If you have one, email me.  Maybe I can make it a contribution post. 

This week's party rules......

1.)  Link as much as you want.  The parties around here have virtually no limits, so get busy.

2.)  You can link up buttons, Etsy items, tutorials, projects, recipes, a picture of the woman you don't like at work (before and after her plastic surgery), or just about whatever you want.

3.)  Please become a follower if you are not one already.  It's free, it's easy, and people here at TAFWT tend to look at you kinda weird if you don't.

4.)  Link back to the party somehow.  Last week I suggested someone write a Christmas song about TAFWT and go caroling in an effort to promote the party.  Most people though just grabbed a button, linked to it in a post, or started a thread in a forum.  There was however a woman named Brittany, who spelled out TAFWT with raisins in her husbands oatmeal, to let him know how she would be spending her day while he was at work. Way to go Brittany!

5.)  Have fun.  It's a rule.



You could possibly join in the fun and become a team member for TAFWT just by emailing me for details.  Let me know if you are interested.

7 comments:

Debra@Dejarenew.blogspot.com said...

Thanks for the party! I linked up my Friday night fun project ;) You guys Rock!

Red Door Home said...

Happy to have two projects to link up. Thanks for hosting.

☞ ⒶⓃⓃⒺ ☜ said...

Thanks for hosting another fun party!!!

Biljana said...

Thanks for hosting:)
Have a great day, hugs Biljana

June said...

Want to re-wire a light up holiday sweater... you never cease to amaze me at your creativity!

Colleen @ MuralMaker&More said...

Thanks for hosting, as always, Rory. Such a great party!

Throw Open the Windows said...

Thanks for hosting such a great party! Such wonderful inspiration here. Rebecca