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Sunday, March 6, 2011

Perfectly Prim Link Party #2

This week's link party theme is showing off your old fashioned, prim kitchen implements - be it(they) butter churns, butter paddles, potato mashers, firkins, sugar cones, etc. I also hope to be taking some of these lovely pictures and writing an article about them and their uses. If I use your photo(s), you'll be getting the credit. This will, of course, mean exposure to your blog or website.

Participating in this link party (or any of my link parties) doesn't mean you have to get the exposure, though. For whatever reasons, you may not want it, so please don't feel that if you link up, you'll be getting unwanted attention. I will have to get written permission from you in an email in order for me to use your photo(s) for my article, so if you don't want to be in the article, you don't have to. :)

Additionally, due to getting very busy in marketing several blogs, I won't have time to email you if you didn't follow the guidelines. It may sound mean, but I'll delete your entry. This is to ensure fairness to those who are following the instructions. Please try again, but re-read the directions.

If you don't know how to post the url to your specific blog post, go to that specific blog post and click on the title. You'll note that as you're doing so, the url (i.e., website address) will change in the address bar - making it longer because it's added the title and/or date. This is what you'll be linking up, NOT your blog address/url.

Also please note a couple additional rules - no items for sale and also giving me permission to feature you in an upcoming post. I'll be having a link party on the Sunburnt Cow for items you wish to feature that you have for sale.

Prairie Patch
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7 comments:

  1. Thank you Tracy! You have my permission:) I enjoy the link parties.
    Carol

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  2. Hi,
    I hope I got this right. I have never played before. I am very excited about seeing all the pictures.
    Thanks
    Kat

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  3. Yep, you got it right, Kat. Love that meat grinder displayed on a pretty shelf. Usually you don't expect that. Very nice touch!

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  4. I totally forgot about this yesterday. I intended to come back later after I saw it yesterday morning and then forgot. I did enjoy the other pics though. I'll try to do better next time, it is so fun.
    Blessings,
    Lorna

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  5. It's still open, Lorna. When it has the button that says "Add your link" below the last picture and then how much time is left as noted in the parenthesis after that link button, it means you can still participate in the link party. :)

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  6. Hi Tracy-

    Thanks for hosting a great party, I love all the prim inspiration!!

    Drop by The Tattered Tag

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  7. Thanks Tracy, it sure is fun to see
    everyones kitchen prims.

    Bear Hugs~Karen

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