Keeping it Real

Monday, January 27, 2020

Reusable Kitchen Towels with Snaps

Remember the DIY reusable kitchen towel tutorial I posted about a couple of weeks ago? Well, today I'm going to show you how you can add snaps to those towels and easily use them on a kitchen towel holder - just like you would use a roll of paper towels.

Reusable Kitchen Towels with Snaps - tutorial

I made it to Monday - but barely...

Hello, and welcome to another week. If you're reading this, you've also made it to Monday!

I made it to Monday - but barely...

Welcome to The Really Crafty Link Party #202!

Welcome to the the last party of January 2020! Come and share with us what you've been busy with lately!

Please also try to visit at least a couple of other posts, leave a nice comment on other people's creations, and if you can help spread the word on social media - the more, the merrier!

The really crafty link party, keeping it real, craft blog

As usual, the linkup will be open until next Thursday and I will be posting the features on January 31st.

Did you miss last week's features? Click below to know all about them!


The Really Crafty Link Party is focused on crafts, so the idea is for you to link up all your crafty posts: DIYs, printables, home decor, tutorials, recipes, whatever you want to share. Feel free to add as many links as you want, and old posts are welcome too!

I have no problem if you want to add the same link in more than one week; it will still be eligible for a feature but please note that I will comment and add it to the Pinterest board only once. You can add posts on other subjects (family friendly please), but only craft related posts will have a chance to be featured and will be pinned to the party's Pinterest board.

If you host your own party, add it too - it may not be featured, but you'll be sharing it with all of us anyway, and everyone loves to discover new parties!

Do you have an Etsy shop? You can add your items to the party too, they may not be eligible for a feature but you'll be getting additional exposure anyway.

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If you follow me via any social media (icons in the side bar) let me know in the comments and I'll make sure to follow you back!

By linking up you give me permission to use your photos in features or round-ups, and to share your posts on social media (always with a link back to you for proper credit).

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!
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Thank you for joining, and happy crafting!

Keeping it Real, craft blog

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Friday, January 24, 2020

Friday Feature: Jewelry By Heart ANNA

Starting this Friday, I'll be featuring one Etsy shop a week. And this week's feature belongs to Anna, over at Jewelry By Heart ANNA.

The Really Crafty Link Party #201 featured posts!

Hello and welcome, I hope you've all had a wonderful week. And since it's Friday, it's time to share The Really Crafty Link Party features!

The Really Crafty Link Party #201 featured posts

So...scroll down to check this week's amazing featured posts:

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Summer vs. Winter - Thursday Throwdown

Thursdays in my new group of blogging friends are throwdown time. And this week the theme is Summer vs. Winter?

Summer vs. Winter - Thursday Throwdown

Hum...Is that even a question? Well, summer of course.

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

How to plan the ultimate staycation (with printables)

When was the last time your whole family took a vacation? In our case, we practically only manage to do it once a year, as it's difficult to match our work and school schedules. We sometimes take advantage of a long weekend to head somewhere fun, but honestly? It's so much work to pack for just one weekend and then get home and unpack mere hours before having to head back to work - more often than not we just don't bother. 

How to plan the ultimate staycation (with printables)

But whether visiting familiar faces for the holidays or traveling to remote beaches, everyone enjoys taking time away as a family. Even if the planning and travel can be exhausting, many of us look forward to taking trips with our family for the whole year. That doesn’t mean that you have to wait another whole year to take a trip. 

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