The Pin Junkie: Friday Link Party #67

Friday Link Party #67


Welcome to The Pin Junkie!  
 I'm on a mission to do the things I pin on Pinterest and try something new every day!
 I'm so glad you're here to party with us!




There's never a dull moment when you have a teenager in your home.  It's been a long, crazy week full of last minute projects, late night studying, and finals which is probably why this happened.  Pin Junkie Jr. had his first fender bender.  I'm sure his mind was on other things.  No one was hurt and only minor damage to the car, so I'm thankful as things could have been so much worse.


All that hard work and lack of sleep was worth it though because he graduated!  Woohoo!


Lots of proud parents at the graduation ceremony taking pictures and cheering for their kiddos!


It's also been an emotional week full of multiple graduation ceremonies and graduation parties and I'm worn out!  So while I play catch up, I'm looking for some guest contributors for The Pin Junkie.
Topics for guest posts can be anything family friendly as long as it is a project inspired by a pin on Pinterest.  This can be a recipe, craft, cleaning or organizing tip or anything else you tried from Pinterest. 

Guest posts need to:
  • Include a picture of you or your blog logo
  • Include a short intro about you and your blog
  • Be inspired by something you've seen on Pinterest
  • Contain a link to the inspiration pin
  • Have two or more great pictures
  • Include instructions on how to do the project
  • Be sent to me in HTML format
I prefer that guest posts be new and unpublished material, but if you want to use something you've already published on your blog, you will need to change it up a bit so that what I publish is not exactly the same as what you've already published.  

If you are interested in guest posting, please email me at thepinjunkie@gmail.com with GUEST POST in the subject line.

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There were so many great projects shared at last week's party!  Thanks to everyone for sharing your projects, recipes and tips.  I can't wait to see what you will share this week!  But first, take a look at some features from last week's party.

Sausage and Veggie Frittata
Sausage and Veggie Frittata


Spicy Stuffed Chilie Cheeseburger Sliders
Spicy Stuffed Chilie Cheeseburger Sliders
by Diane at Vintage Zest


Baja Fish Tacos
Baja Fish Tacos
by Evelyn at My Turn For Us


Concrete Hand Planters
Concrete Hand Planters
by Jenice at DIY Fun Ideas


Pullover to ribbon cardigan sweater
Pullover to ribbon cardigan sweater




If you were featured this week, please grab a button and show it off!

The Pin Junkie


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Now it's your turn to share what you've been working on.
Scroll to the bottom of the page to link up your projects, crafts, and recipes! 
The rules for this link party are easy!
Here's what you need to know:

1.  Link back in some way.  You can get my blog button in the sidebar.
2.  Link up something YOU made - it can be a craft, recipe, or project as long as YOU did it. (No giveaways, contests, or link parties please).
3.  Follow The Pin Junkie on Pinterest, GFC, or Facebook.
4.  Link directly to a specific post - not your main blog (Keep it family friendly, please)
5.  Show some love by checking out some of the other links and HAVE FUN!

By linking up to The Pin Junkie, you are giving permission to share your post and images on my social media networks and feature them on The Pin Junkie.

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21 comments:

  1. Eeek! So glad no one hurt. You must be such a proud mom - congratulations! Alice x

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    1. Yes, I'm very proud, happy and sad all at the same time!

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  2. Great partying with ya again! Thanks for hosting!!

    Have a great weekend!

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  3. Hi Bonnie,
    Thank you for featuring my Concrete Hand Planters here on The Pin Junkie. With soooo many wonderful projects, it is such an honor to be chosen!! And thank you for hosting!
    ~Jenise @ DIYFunIdeas.com

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    1. You're welcome Jenise! Your concrete hand planters are so original. I've never seen anything like them and I think they would look great in a garden. Thanks for sharing your creative idea!

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  4. Glad your son is okay. Congratulate him on his graduation...mine graduates next year...the time sure flies by doesn't it? Thank you for the party.

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    1. Yes it certainly does! Thanks Erlene!

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  5. Thanks so much for hosting! TGIF!

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  6. Thanks for the party. I hope you have a great weekend! Enjoy the weather with the new Graduate!

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  7. So glad no one was hurt! Thanks so much for hosting! Have a great weekend! ♥

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  8. I'm glad your son is alright. Thanks for hosting. Please come and show off at our party. We would love to have you. http://loulougirls.blogspot.com/
    Happy Thursday! Lou Lou Girls

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  9. I feel your pain with the graduation hulabaloo! We just returned from (yet another) awards ceremony/dinner and have a full weekend of festivities ahead before graduation on Monday night.
    Such a fun time, but what a big bag of stress goes with it! My husband and I detoured on the way home from the ceremony for a peaceful glass of wine. Just a quiet moment before it all starts up again.
    Congratulations to your graduate, and good luck in the coming days!

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  10. Thanks so much for the party Bonnie! Glad your big guy is ok =) Marcy @ day2day SuperMom

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  11. Thanks for hosting agane!!!
    Have a awesome weekend!
    hugs

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  12. Thanks for hosting! So glad to hear your son was okay. My ds17 is learning to drive, and I worry about his being out on the road alone.

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  13. Thanks for hosting this party!

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  14. I understand life with teenagers is constantly a surprise. I have a 22 year old, two 17 year old boys, a 15 year old and my youngest is almost 12. They are all getting older and will soon be gone. I know I will miss them so much and the constantly surprises in life that they bring. I am truly glad you son is o.k. and he graduated.

    Thanks for the blog hop,
    Diane Roark
    recipesforourdailybread

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  15. Yikes! Glad he's ok! You must be so excited and exhausted~ congrats to you and your graduate! We are having one of those crazy end of the school year weeks too, which is why I am so late to the party! I was so surprised and excited to see that my cardigan was featured! Thanks so much, Bonnie, it's always a thrill! Try to rest! :)

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    1. I know what you mean Kim! The end of the school year can be a busy time, even without graduations. I loved your cardigan, especially the color. Beautiful!

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  16. Always enjoy joining your link party! Congratulations on your son's graduation, too!

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  17. Bonnie,
    Glad to hear he's ok and it was only minor damage. Also Congrats to the graduating!! How exciting this must be for y'all! Thanks for hosting the party and here's to a much calmer and fabulous week ahead ;)
    Julie @ Sweet and Spicy Monkey

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