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You're the STAR Blog Hop & CREATIVE Features

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

Happy Monday! Our first week of school went well for us here in Ontario. The kids are adjusting well to their schedules and I am trying to find the balance of work life and mom life. I hope you all have a wonderful week! 

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Welcome to the second week of the September 2021 blog hop called "You're the Star"!
Before we continue onto the Linky party I wanted to share this post from my blog:

American Goulash
My super easy Goulash recipe, is made more healthy by using ground chicken breast and whole wheat noodles. Cooked in a rich tomato and veggie sauce, this comfort food classic comes together in only 30 minutes!


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

YoureTheStarCreative
This week is CREATIVE feature week
Swing by the Creative hosting Team's blogs:
Colleen @ Butterfly in the Attic
Mel @ Decor Craft Design
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#2 CREATIVE - arts & crafts, music, writing &/or dramatic arts (this can include sewing, yarn work, dance, art history, handmade jewelry, painting, computer art, fashion etc - anything creative while remaining family friendly)

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(These features were chosen from the August 2020 "You're the Star" blog hop)

How To Make An Ivy Leaf Parosol by Condo Blues 
diy fairy ivy leaf parasol



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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. I truly appreciate you for taking the time each week to host this wonderful party! I brought CHEDDAR MUFFINS, POPPYSEED DRESSING and CHICKEN ALFREDO STUFFED SHELLS. HAVE A GREAT WEEK.

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