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You're the STAR Blog Hop & HOME Feature

 This linky party is the perfect place to show off your creativity! Share your blog posts, for a chance to be featured next month!  

We spent a wonderful long weekend at the cottage and finally got the dock in the water. The weather was wonderful and it was great to unplug for a few days.

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WELCOME to the May 2021 "You're the Star" Blog Hop!
Before we continue onto the Linky party I wanted to share from my blog:


By baking these Skinny Chicken Fried Steaks, you still get the crunchy breading, without all the oil and fat! This popular comfort food still packs all it's classic flavours, but looses half the fat!


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WELCOME to HOME feature week of the May 2021 "You're the STAR" blog hop!
Meet your HOME week Hosts

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This week is HOME feature week
Swing by the Home Hosts' Blogs:
Bev @ Eclectic Red Barn
Liberty @ B4 and Afters
This is a month long Linky party featuring YOU!
There will be 4 different features each week and 4 different feature categories.  Just to be clear - this is NOT a themed party - you may link up ANY family-friendly blog posts any day of each month. 
The "theme" occurs in our weekly features:
WEEK#4 HOME - recipes, home décor, antique/DIY &/or travel (this can include anything about your home - even history posts - all while remaining family friendly)


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(All features were chosen from the April 2021 "You're the Star" blog hop)


Waffle Blossoms with Chestnut Puree by Vividly Christmas

If you've been featured then please grab a STAR button below:
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All Hosts/CoHosts will post this blog hop on every Monday of each week.
Please link up your family friendly blog posts below!
It wouldn't be a linky party with YOU!
(IMPORTANT NOTE: by linking up you understand that you might be featured next month and if so, we will use some of your photos from your post - rest assured - we will always link back to your lovely blog.  We might also share your fantastic posts on social media.  Also, you may link up as many family-friendly posts as you like & YES - other blog hops &/or giveaways are welcome {giveaways and blog hops will NOT be featured though}  Thank You & ENJOY! )







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Comments

  1. Hello Cindy, once again, thanks for hosting! Have a great week ahead.

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  2. Thanks for featuring my Decoupage Spring Table Mat! You rock, Cindy! Thanks for hosting this wonderful month long party!

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  3. Thank you for the inspiring ideas and recipes - GREAT party as always. This week I brought BROCCOLI SLAW, MISO GINGER CHICKEN and PAN SEARED CHICKEN with WILTED BRUSSELS SPROUTS. I hope you’re having a GREAT week.

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  4. I’m here for the party! Sorry I can’t get Gretchen Wilson out of my head! Anyway this week I brought some of my families favorites, ORANGE CHILE CHICKEN, PANS SEARED CHICKEN with RUSTIC TOMATO GRAVY & FLUFFY BUTTERED MASHED POTATOES and NOT YOUR GRANDMOTHER’S CHICKEN PARMESAN. I hope you have a WONDERFUL week.

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