Home Matters Link Party #412

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This week’s featured bloggers are sharing a variety of inspiration and recipes. You’ll find two decadent cake recipes, poinsettia tips, beautiful quilting, and a decor collection. Enjoy!

Welcome to the weekly Home Matters Link Party #412!

A great place to come, share your blog posts, and make new friends.

The Home Matters Party has 100+ bloggers from around the world who come to share their home decor, crafts, and recipes each week. Thank you to all our participants!

Take a look at last week’s party in case you missed it!


photo collage for the home matters link party features


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Donna @ Modern On MonticelloFacebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram

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Mel @ Decor, Craft, DesignTwitter | Pinterest | Instagram

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Allyson @ Southern SunflowersFacebook | Pinterest | Instagram


Fat Food Daddy is serving up a layered black forest cake, flavored with almond and cherry liqueur, and topped with cool whip and cherry pie filling. Can we all say “yum?!”

black cherry cake featured at the Home Matters Link Party

Ann, from The Apple Street Cottage, gives us many tips on how we can keep our poinsettias as year-round houseplants and get them to bloom again. Drop by her blog to take note of her advice!

beautiful red poinsettia with lush green leaves featured at the home matters link party

Pat, from Mille Fiori Favoriti, is sharing her recipe for a decadent Brooklyn style cheesecake with a baked pecan nut crust. This cheesecake looks absolutely divine, doesn’t it? Hop over to her blog for the recipe!

Brooklyn style cheesecake featured at the Home Matters Link Party

This gorgeous Christmas quilt was made by Judy from JBigg’s Little Scrap Pieces. She’s sharing all of her quilting and embroidery projects she completed in December. Go take a look and admire more of her beautiful work on her blog!

green, red and cream Christmas quilt featured at the home matters link party

As a bonus feature this week, I couldn’t resist showing you this Asian doll collection from Amy of A Day of Small Things. Her collection looks amazing displayed on the gorgeous runner and furniture.

asian doll collection display featured at the home matters link party

I hope you enjoyed this week’s features! Let me know in the comment section what you’re sharing this week so I can easily find you. Thanks for linking up!


  1. Follow each hostess on one or more of their social media platforms.
  2. Please link up no more than three posts each week.
  3. Please take some time to visit some of the other links.
  4. We would love for you to visit your hostesses on their blogs or social media.
  5. We ask that you do not add other Link Parties, Blog Hops, or Giveaways unless you begin the party with a new project, recipe, or post.

Thank you for joining in the fun and excitement at the Home Matters Link Party. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do. We look forward to chatting with you in the comments.

We are looking for co-hosts. Help us rock this party! If you are interested, please contact Donna at radforddesignstudio@gmail.com

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author of the southern sunflowers blog

Allyson is the founder and content creator of Southern Sunflowers, which shares tutorials for DIY crafts and decor on a budget.

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10 thoughts on “Home Matters Link Party #412”

  1. Allyson,
    Thanks so much for hosting this delightful party each and every week!! I really appreciate the time and effort that goes into it along with visiting all the links and choosing Features!!! Thank You!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!

  2. Thanks so much Allyson! This week I’m sharing a watercolor bird, charcuterie board idea and an easy no bake dessert. I hope you’re having a great 2023!

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