Grandma Ideas Link Party 25


A yellow daylilly blooms by the Delaware state capitol building in Dover. Well.

At my link party last week, some of you were not exactly thrilled at some of the pictures of chocolate that I shared with you. Some of you didn’t like chocolate rats, livers, kidneys, or dentures.

Don’t know why . . .

So for this week, I thought that I would share a picture that my husband took as we celebrated the 4th of July in Dover, Delaware.

I love the day lily in the foreground and the flag of the United States in the background.

I don’t like the dead bloom at the top of the photo nor do I particularly care for the stack of white plastic chairs ready to be set up for the band concert in the evening. Please ignore them. Other than that, I think it’s a great picture.

The link at last week’s party that got the most views were the darling picnic place mats with a pocket by Katie from over at A Houseful of Homemade. I absolutely love those little Levi pockets! Aren’t they fabulous?

Katie at A Houseful of Homemade made these cute picnic placemats. Click to learn how to make them.


I am so thrilled with all of the links that were shared at last week’s Grandma Ideas Sharing Time link party. There were 57! That’s the most that I’ve had so far at my link parties. It’s a red letter day for me. (I know that some of you that participate get hundreds of links at your link parties. Maybe someday I’ll have that many . . . . maybe . . .)

Come add a link of two at Grandma Ideas Sharing Time Link Party.Thank you, friends, for making my day!

My heart is full and I’m ever so grateful to each and everyone of you. You are so talented and creative and I look up to all of you wonderful people!

(I don’t mean to sound sappy, but I really am so pleased and happy with everyone’s participation!

So. On to this week’s party.

Here is how my link party works:

  • Link directly to a specific post – not to your blog’s homepage.
  • Please do not add links to contests, giveaways, other link parties, or Etsy sites.
  • Share anything family-friendly – crafts, recipes, DIY projects, games, books, holiday ideas, technology, etc.
  • Visit other links at the party – and leave a comment if possible. (Everyone loves comments.)
  • Be a sweetheart and follow me on Pinterest. It isn’t required, though.

Feel free to add up to three links.

Grandma Ideas link party accepts posts Wednesday through midnight on Friday evening Mountain Standard Time.

Are you ready? Great! Let’s par-tay!

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8 thoughts on “Grandma Ideas Link Party 25

  • Kati

    Hello Nina! Thank yo so much for having such a fun party. I think smaller parties can be more fun. It’s easier to find new people when they don’t get lost in the sea of links. 🙂

  • Joyce

    I don’t have anything new this week, but wanted to thank you for the party. Kinda funny in light of what you said above, but I love the small-ness of it! I try to visit everybody who interests me – the huge parties are too overwhelming! Your partiers are such lovely people! “Birds of a feather…..!!!”

  • Marie

    I agree with Melanie! I thought the pictures were totally fun! My husband is a medic in the Army and he would totally get a kick out of some of the crazy shapes. Thanks so much for hosting this link party!
    xo: Marie

  • Melanie Redd

    I thought your chocolate pics were very fun! Some of them made me laugh!

    Thanks for hosting the link up! I’m enjoying meeting many new blogging friends~

    Hope you have a blessed day today~
    Melanie