Home Matters Link Party #430

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Welcome to the Home Matters Link Party #430!

If you love crafting and sewing then you’ll love finding out how to make a lined denim bag and a hexagon denim mug rug.

Are you in need of an easy and new chicken recipe? We’ve got you covered.

For you ambitious DIYers, there’s information on how to make a live edge table.

This is 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!


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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


Laura, from Me and My Inklings, shows us how to make a lined bag from jeans. Adding a floral and butterfly stencil pattern and attaching a ribbon ring makes her bag look extra cute. Head over to her blog to get the easy sewing instructions and a link to the stencil pattern!

lined and stenciled denim bag was featured at the home matters link party

Learn how to make a denim fabric mug rug with the help from Claire of Pillar Box Blue. The pattern uses hexagon shapes and the English paper piecing technique. It looks like it would be hard to make, but with Claire’s easy step-by-step pictorial, you’ll master it quickly!

coffee cup and denim mug rugs that were featured at the home matters link party

Would you like a new chicken recipe to add to your weekly meal prep routine? Crystal, from Crystal and Comp, is sharing her crockpot lime garlic chicken recipe with us. This tasty dish requires minimal prep time. Visit her blog to pin the recipe!

crockpot lime garlic chicken on blue plate that was featured at the Home Matters Link party

Regina, from Saved from Salvage, shows us how to make a live edge wood table. She did an amazing job, didn’t she? The wood actually came from a downed black walnut tree from her yard. I see more wood projects in Regina’s future! Drop by her blog to see the process.

A DIY live edge wood table that was 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

By joining the Home Matters Link Party you are giving permission for all hosts and co-hosts to use and share any party of your post, including pictures, for party promotion, as featured post, in party photo collages, on blogs, and across social media, etc. All credits will be given to the original source.


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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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2 thoughts on “Home Matters Link Party #430”

  1. Allyson,
    Thanks again for hosting this charming party every week! I know how much time goes into doing so and I want you to know that it I truly appreciate it!! I hope you have a great week!

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