Create It Thursday #8 (Plus Features)

 
 
Welcome to another week of Create It Thursday fun!

Last week held another great collection of over 200 of your latest and greatest creations. Here were my favorites! These are on the Create It Thursday Pinterest board too.
 
 
I absolutely love this idea from Made 4 A King... how to fix damaged heels!  I need to do this to several shoes I have.


I CANNOT get over how cute this idea is from Mama's Going to Buy You a Mockingbird - she has "Mickey Mail" ready for her kids each morning at Disney!  I have to save this idea for when we go.
 
 
If my husband sees this recipe, I can guarantee you I will be making it this week.  This Fluffernutter Bar Recipe from Bright Green Door looks fabulous! 
 
 
This is totally one of those "why didn't I think of that" ideas...how to updated an old ottoman with a shower curtain!  Thanks for sharing this, Thrifty Decor Mom!


Banana Burritos?  YUM.  This looks amazing!  From A Kitchen Hoor.
 
 
Ok, you see the title "Trash Can Lid Nachos" in your list, and you have to bite.  These look amazing...how fun would this be for a bigger family!  Thanks Oh Mrs. Tucker! 
 
 
Death By Chocolate Poke Cake...I mean REALLY.  Why do I feel like I would eat this entire thing in one sitting?  Thanks to Loves Bakes Good Cakes for sharing this one! 
 
Thanks to everyone who shared their creations last week!  If you were featured, you can grab your button below:
 
 
 



Now let's get to this week!
 

Here are the rules...
 
-Please link to your actual post, not just your main blog link.
-No giveaway links or shop links, please!
-Visit a couple of other links in the collection...you never know, you might learn something.
-If you'd like to add my link or button (below) to your post, I'd appreciate it! 
-Linking up means you are giving permission to be featured on next week's post, possibly using a picture from your post (see above for examples).  Of course, all features include a link back to your site.
 
 

 
  What do y'all have for us this week?
 



 
 
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