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Make Bake Create Week 3 Features!

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We are on a role with the Make Bake Create Party! It is SO fun to see everything you guys link up each week! I am inspired each week by your posts and look forward to trying one of YOUR creations this week!
your hosts
This week I am the official party host and have a pretty amazing recipe to share with you! Be sure to check back tomorrow at 5:00pm Central Time to see what recipe I decided to feature....and try! It was a really hard decision!

Because there were so many GREAT posts this week, I wanted to be sure to also share my top 3 with you!

First, I love, love, love this Vertical Flower Garden from Jessca at A Million Moments! I plan on making a few of these in a few weeks and put them along our fence. Our dog likes to dig up flowers and I think this would help prevent that! Plus, they are really cute!
How to make a vertical flower garden, Jessca, A Million Moments
Summer is just around the corner and I can't wait! Although, one thing I don't like about summer is how HOT my kitchen gets when I am cooking! UGH! This is why I try to use my slow cooker as much as possible during the summer. This Chicken Teriyaki from Candice at All Things Walker sounds really good, I will have to put it on our summer menu!
Candice Walker, All Things Walker, Crockpot Chicken Teriyaki
I LOVE hosting dinners and am always on the lookout for cute serving trays. When I saw this CUTE Painted Cheese Platter from Randi at Dukes & Duchesses I instantly fell in love and will be scouring garage sales this spring to try to find something similar! I can see all kinds of things on this beautiful tray; cupcakes, hand pies, cookies, oh my!
Randi Dukes, Dukes & Duckhesses, toffee cheese, cheese tray, chalkboard paint

Again, thank you ALL so much for linking up last week! I can't wait to see what you link up this week! Don't forget, the party post will be up at 5pm Central Time tomorrow night!

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