Links to love this week!

This week the whole family managed to get sick. I woke up Wednesday feeling terrible… I might have actually died. Slight exaggeration, but I was sick. I don’t remember the last time anything kicked my butt like that. Luckily my mom and husband could take over kiddo duties while I slowly disintegrated into nothing. We’re all doing better… but, I’m completely drained. So, here’s to being over this thing… and, slowly recovering! Happy Friday!

Links to love this week:

I love prosciutto with anything.

Cool DIY camera strap.

Sweet handmade necklace.

Lovely DIY kite cake topper for your next birthday cake. VERY simple.

A cute update to your medicine cabinet. Chalkboard paint inside… leave love notes.

If you have a moment, please say hello to this lovely new sponsor: The Roo.

Unique/inexpensive idea for business cards. Custom stamp + carnival tickets.

After Tara, from Beautiful Blendings, read my Celebrity post… she shared a neat site with me. This lovely Portland lady just randomly gives away $100 to strangers. All from an inheritance from her mother. I love this idea. You can read her stories here.

This flower chandelier is WAY outta my budget. But, cute idea!

Cool backdrop. It’s a bit pricey, but maybe worth it if you’re a professional photographer?

My most recent Better Homes and Gardens post. A trip to the museum freebie printables!

– Chelsey

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  • Brittany on said:

    my business card made the list? They say thank you!

  • Hundreds of Hundreds on said:

    Well, hello there- thank you for mentioning my blog on your beautiful site! I hope Beyonce gets on board. Along with some pro athletes! I am incredibly blessed to be able to share some of my good fortune with others, but $100 won't change anyone's circumstances. What I do hope every day is that it will help people feel less alone in their struggles. Just a little. Keep up the great work; I look forward to to staying in touch!

    • The Paper Mama on said:

      $100 changes a lot for some people. That may be gas for 2 weeks to get to work. 🙂

  • Natalie on said:

    I hope you are feeling better. Moms shouldn't be allowed to get sick, we are to important for that!

    • The Paper Mama on said:

      I was lucky my mom and hubs could take over. That's not normally ok.

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