Get Your Shine On Link Party – Summer Time!

Who is excited that it is completely summer time now! Warm weather, sun kissed skin, and plenty of time in the sun! This is absolutely my families favorite time of the year! This weeks featured posts are all about embracing the summer! 

Get Your Shine On Thursdays

Welcome back! It’s time for a whole new round of beautiful and thoughtful posts from around the web. We love seeing what everyone is sharing and writing about every week. Please like and share our social media accounts below so we can stay in touch! This week Kristi from The Classy Chapter has chosen the features – all based around the summer theme! These posts are beautiful, well written and will get your creativity flowing!

Donella: Wife Mom Geek | Pinterest |Facebook | Twitter | Google+ | Instagram

Kristi: The Classy Chapter | Pinterest | Facebook | Twitter | Google+ | Instagram

Kristen: Practical Mommy | Pinterest | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Instagram

Brittany: Pennies Into Pearls | Pinterest | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Instagram

Summer is the perfect time to try new recipes and new crafts with your family.



Watermelon Limeade from Be Fed Again



Hot and Cold Fireworks from Planet Smarty Pants

Nutella popsicles


Nutella Popsicles from Forgetful Momma

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We have just a few rules for the party, which are pretty standard.

Party Rules:

  1. We want to see all your best recipes, crafts and family-friendly posts. Basically, anything goes except links to other parties, Etsy shops, giveaways or product reviews.
  2. Follow your hosts on some form of social media. (See our links above.)
  3. By linking up, you are agreeing that we can feature one picture from your post in a collage or on social media. You are also agreeing that we may use your email address to notify you of link party-related events.
  4. (Optional) Link back to us in some way, either on your party page or in your post.


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