Six On Saturday: Share The Link Love

This is my second Six On Saturday post, where I meander through Blog Land seeing what everyone was up to the past week, then choosing some to share with you. 




Helen Philipps has a blog that is always full of color and cheer. I click on it happily, for I know I will be greeted with gorgeous eye candy. 

Helen is a designer, author, illustrator, and lover of stitching and crafting. She lives on the NW coast of England. And she makes the sweetest stuffed bunnies you've ever seen.


Sunny Simple Life wrote a post on all things coffee. I love my coffee. And so does Elaine. Elaine is a fount of knowledge on all things home keeping as well.

Elaine lives with her husband and four girls and also mothers backyard hens in her city home in California. 



Cindy's Fractured Fairy Tale painted this beautiful painting. Oh, to have that talent!

Along with being a painter, she is also fearless with decorating.



Organized Clutter, the most clever junker who turns-trash-into-treasure I know, made this simple dish towel valance. I love her ideas!

Carlene takes things other people toss and gives them new life in the most creative of ways.



Rattlebridge Farm made this citrus thyme loaf cake, and boy does it look delicious!

Michael Lee West is an author of books and lives on a hilltop ranch in Tennessee, where she cooks just as creatively as she writes.

She has a weekly party called "The Foodie Friday & Everything Else Party" that you might want to join.



Blue Is Bleu showed off a quilt she hasn't shown before. Isn't it lovely? 

Audrie grew up in Singapore and Australia, but now makes her home with her husband in the states.

She would love to have chickens and fresh eggs to bake with, but she is frightened by birds. 


27 comments

  1. Thanks Brenda for the feature and your very nice comments!

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  2. Enjoyed all these links this morning!

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  3. A lovely 6 blogs to check out. I love all the color at Helen's house.

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  4. Thanks so much for doing this every week, Brenda. I am finding so many new-to-me blogs to enjoy!

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  5. Beautiful; such wonderful blogs to visit!

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  6. Great features Brenda. I love finding new to me bloggers in blogland.
    Will check them out! BTW, love those dish towel valances.

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  7. Thank you so much for including me here, Brenda, and for your very kind words too!
    Happy weekend!
    Helen xox

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  8. SO many fun friends to visit, thanks for sharing, Brenda! I am in love with Helen's cheery site...it's the perfect cure for the winter blues! Hope that foot is feeling better today!

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  9. Brenda, I am so honored that you featured my lemon loaf and mentioned the link party. Thank you so much!!! Have a great weekend.

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  10. Thanks for pointing us in the direction of these lovely bloggers, off to see them now. Take care xx

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  11. Wonderful features, as always, Brenda. My mouth is watering after seeing that bread! xo Diana

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  12. Lovely inspiration from newly discovered blogs! Thank you Brenda!

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  13. Thank you for posting these features, Brenda! I'm now a new follower of Cindy's wonderful blog!

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  14. Those of us that live in an all white apartment know the importance of a pop of color. I really need a red coffee maker. I'd be so happy walking into the kitchen and pouring a cup of freshly made coffee from a red coffee pot.

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  15. I had no idea that Michael Lee West had a blog! I just spent a lot of time looking through it and her wonderful Pinterest boards, too.

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  16. OOOhhh, some great blogs to visit here! Thanks for sharing!

    Tania

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  17. Thanks Brenda. I'll pop over to meet them. Deb

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  18. Great links! That citrus thyme cake looks delicious!

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  19. I love Six On Saturday! It's so much fun finding out about other blogs! Most of them are new to me. Very interesting that Michael Lee West has a blog. I've read a few of her books.

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  20. I love that you are doing this...a good way to find new blogs to explore!

    Jane x

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  21. Thank you for including my painting with all these other cool ladies projects! ... I am honored and delighted to be featured here!

    Cindy

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  23. I'm thinking of your ankle and hoping you're feeling better.

    Helen Phillips is so inspirational to me. I'm so grateful she loves and uses my fabric in her projects. Her beautiful photography and clever use always inspires me!

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