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Not "Baaad" Sundays Linky Party

The linky is at the bottom of this post. First up, though, are this week's Best in Show Award nominees. Geez, you guys make it hard to choose! There were some very talented bloggers linked up last week!

Modern Country Style shared a hodgepodge of gorgeous home photos and project ideas, including these charming framed postcards from the 1930s.

Tales of Fruit and Cake shared her hilarious (well, probably not to her) story about getting locked in. Sneak peek: the last resort of peeing out the window does come up.

You might want to skip this one if you're on a diet. Simply Sweet Home posted her favorite, drool-inducing recipes. All 12 of them look scrumptious, but I especially love these Homemade Samoa Cookies!

Etcetorize made this cute hat herself! There is a detailed tutorial, including videos, so that you can make a hat of your own.

Wrapping up 2010, Fuzzy Slippers Designs posted her top 5 (6!) posts of the year.

DIY by Design posted photos of her daughter's bedroom makeover, complete with her very own Schonbek chandelier! Am I jealous? Absolutely!

It's time for Valentine's Day already! Thrifty 101 is prepared.

The fun blogger at Creative Mind knew just what to do to salvage a broken mug.

Want to learn something new? Serendipity Chic Design has a tutorial for installing a bead board ceiling.

Bella Before & After posted photos of beautiful cakes she and her mom have made. I love a good cake gallery!

Congratulations to the nominees! Here are some button choices to help you get votes for your post:

Be sure to vote for your favorite post using the poll at the top of this blog! Good luck to everyone who links up this week. How do you participate?

THE RULES (so serious!)
  1. This Linky is open to all posts that you are proud of, whether it is a creative project, an impressive photo, or an interesting story. The same linky will return next week, which makes it easy to remember what you have already linked up (and giving you an extra opportunity to see any great posts you missed before!)
  2. Please link directly to your post, not just your general blog, and include a post-related photo.
  3. You don't want to be the grump at the party who doesn't mingle, so please visit at least two other party guests and let them know you found them through LambAround. I saw a lot of these comments while browsing through the entries this week. Thank you so much to everyone who plays nice! :)
And, of course, I'd love it if you post the Not "Baaad" Sundays button.

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