The Mommy Club: Share Your Resources and Solutions #54

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Welcome to a new week of The Mommy Club. Last week we had 125 new & very helpful mommy solutions & resources! This included fun kid crafts & summer travel, summer food ideas, DIY home projects & tutorials, tasty recipes and homemaking solutions and more! If you missed the party, stop over and check them out!!

Thanks to all who stopped in last week and link up in The Mommy Club. Throughout the week I will feature some on my Facebook page as well as give shout outs on Pinterest. So link up and get featured!

Here are the top five ideas shared last week:

1- Robins Eccentricities shared her ice pack mommy solution with a very easy and homemade DIY Ice Packs post. Love her tips!

2- Jessi at Practically Functional linked up her post on How to prevent your photos from being Pinned to Pinterest. She did state that she wants her readers to pin her post but wrote up this mommy resource for those who don’t want their photos added.

3- Lori who blogs at Always Learning shared her very thought provoking mommy solution on No Longer in Love. It is a must read and helps redirect your thoughts to your marriage and the vows you made.

4- Sonja shared a mommy resource for Couponing and Extreme Couponing or Not from her blog, Practical Stewardship. “There are many ideas to consider when you are thinking about couponing.” she states and list tips & reason to or not to coupon.

5- Small Footprint Family linked up a wonderful mommy solution and resource on How to Get Rid of Fruit Flies Naturally. This is a top-notch educational post! It is a must read!

Hope you enjoyed these fun mommy resources & solutions! I can’t wait to see what you share this week!

Don’t forget to hop over and check out Shannon’s favorite three picks over at Milk and Cuddles.  Remember, when you link up here you are sharing your project on my site and Shannon’s site.  :)

Are you ready to share your latest and greatest mommy idea? We are ready to see it. Grab our button or link back to us so everyone knows where you’re sharing your ideas.



  1. Hello Crystal… thanks for hosting. You always have such a great variety of solutions that were most popular each week. It’s neat to see what they were!

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  3. Thank you for the party! Great features this week!

  4. Thanks for featuring my post about protecting your photos from being pinned! I am always thrilled if people want to pin my projects, but some bloggers share pictures of their family that they might want to protect. And I also use that trick whenever I feature other bloggers’ work on my blog; that way they get all the credit for the pins and no one accidentally pins from my blog instead 🙂

  5. Thanks for the link up! I loved the featured links from this week! I’ve been gone for way too long and thought it would be fun to join in again!

  6. This week I am sharing my post on Can Sleepy Make You Skinny? What do you think?

    I also have a killer recipe for Orangies. (Why, they’re orange brownies of course!)

  7. Thanks for hosting this each week! I always get so many great ideas 🙂

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  9. Thanks for hosting – what a great link up party! 🙂

  10. Kristel from Healthy Frugalista says:

    #70 with the chicken is supposed to be titled Do You Have the Guts to Butcher a Chicken. It’s about a newbies experience chicken butchering and evaluating if it’s worth the effort to raise meat chickens.

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  12. Crystal,
    I came across your site through pinterest- as my son and I just created the totally cute Lego crayons you featured a while back for an upcoming party. Anyway- in the process I came across the BIGGEST time saver on that project! After I spent 5 minutes tearing away paper from about a total of 2 crayons I pulled out my exacto knife to see what would happen. I sliced down one side of the crayon and the paper tore right off- whole!!! Anyway, I would post my comment on the original post, but wasn’t sure if you’d see it. If you ever care to make crayons again I know this made the job SO much more enjoyable! 🙂

    Thanks for sharing all of your great ideas!

    1. Hi Jodi-

      How exciting that you found my Lego crayons on Pinterest!

      I actually tried the exacto knife idea and almost cut my finger when the crayon tried to roll. You sound handier than I am. 🙂

      I am so happy you found the project so enjoyable. I hope they made the perfect party treats.

      Thanks for taking the time to leave your thoughts and I hope to see you around again.

  13. Hi! Thanks for the fruit fly feature! This week I’ve posted two yummy recipes using fresh figs, which are very easy to grow across most of the U.S.

  14. Thanks for another link party! I am trying to avoid drinking soda during this super hot spell. I have come up with a Fresh Lime “Gritzer” that is low calorie and quenches the thirst (#123). Have a great week!

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  16. Thanks for hosting! I can’t wait to read the Pinterest post. I missed it last week. I’ve been making my 1st image more pin worthy in my posts, though I understand that others don’t want their posts pinned. Unfortunately, people are going to pin if there’s an image in the post that can be pinned.

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