Thursday, March 15, 2012

Gotta Have It/Gotta Blog It Link Up Party!


Are You Ready For Some Link Ups?

Hi guys.  Here we are again.........it's party time. If you have an online shop or a blog, this is the place to link them up. If you don't, this is the place to find interesting shops and blogs you may not have known about.

This week, I thought potluck and BYOB would be fun. So in your comments post what ever appetizer and drink you brought to share!

Please read the Rules of the House, before linking:

*If you take part in the link up, you will go on a list of particpants and receive an e-mail from me (and from the address pbates@speakeasyinfo.net) in two weeks reminding you that the next Gotta Have It/Gotta Blog It link up party is underway.

*If you like Mercantile Muse enough to link up at the party, won't you consider becoming a follower (there's several different ways to follow in the sidebar to you're right) if you're not already? Can you do me another favor?How about liking us on facebook too? That'd be so sweet!

*Post one link. Two if you link one under Gotta Have It (for shops)and one under Gotta Blog It (for bloggers).  Be sure you’re posting your link under the right link up!
*Don't link and run, be kind and check out each other's links.

*Share a link to the party, 'you two tell friends, and they tell two friends, and so on and so on'. It benefits us all--- blog, tweet, facebook, etc. If you blog and are so inclined to grab a button (from Mercantile Muse's button page) and feature it on your blog, that would be, as we say 'round these parts, wicked awesome. 

*Leave a comment and check back Monday when I feature some things I've found through the link up. It could be you!
First up, the shop link up (scroll down page for blog link up)!











Now for bloggers!






I can't wait to see what you've all brought for the buffet!

Have a great day and don't forget to spread the word,

40 comments:

  1. I'm bringing a cauliflower and prosciutto casserole to the party. Really! That is what my blog is about today.

    Thanks so much. I'll check back later to tour other blogs!

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    1. That sounds heavenly Lynette!!! I'm going to need that recipe!

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    2. Hey, my link disappeared. I'll try again.

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    3. I think it was me lynette, had to repost....I'd put the blog link up shop spot and vice versa!

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  2. Hey Pam,
    I'll bring a fresh loaf or two of Irish bread to share. That's what I am supposed to be doing right now! And how about a pint or three of Guinness?

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    1. Yes on the Irish bread. I should be baking a loaf this weekend too! A pint of the black stuff, why of course! It is st. paddy's weekend!

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  3. Thanks so much for hosting this get-together - it's always inspiring to see what others are up to.
    And the email notice is a wonderful reminder!

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    1. Hi RK, you're more than welcome. See what everyone has been up to is half the fun!

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  4. Loving all the great spring items! Hopefully some nice warm weather will stay!

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    1. Hi Karen, I think we're supposed to get some pretty warm weather over the next couple of days! Spring has been such a tease, I'm ready for it. Hope it makes its way up to concord.

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  5. Hi everyone! Hope all is well.

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  6. Hi Pam,Thanks so much for hosting this Link up party! It's great!

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    1. you're welcome dee,thanks for coming. btw, do you have to look SO good in a bikini?

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  7. Thanks for hosting - my drink of choice is always Coke, so I'd bring that!

    Blessings,
    Angie

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    1. Oh Angie, I had to give up coca cola years ago. I love it too much. I think I lived on that and peanut m & ms in college! Every now and then I just have to have one!!!

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  8. It's almost St. Patrick's Day - Irish Coffee! Or Bailey's Irish Cream...mmmmm...

    Loved the Milk&Honey Naturals find!

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    1. oooo, nice call. I did have a b52 coffee at my uncle's bday party last week (bailey's, kaluha and grandmarnier...yes, it really warms the toes). and my uncle's daughter in law had a jameson, kaluha and baileys and she let me have a taste....yummy!

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    2. ps- I can personally vouch for CourtneyJo's soaps. I'm in love with her obscure helitrope and have been using her tea tree and peppermint solid shampoo for a month too.

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  9. whhhhhhat! Is that 2 weeks already!? I seriously feel like some one has my life on ffw at the moment :)

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  10. and...I would bring a load of fresh baked croissants straight from my oven - they are just the best!

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    1. aaaaahhhhh, warm croissants...........sounds heavenly. and you're baking them yourself? are they hard? i need the recipe!

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  11. I am bringing a pitcher of deVault Family Vineyards signature Sangria and some fruit with cream cheese dip :-)

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    1. you had me at sangria and cream cheese. love sangria and my book club girls always say i do the most wonderful things with cream cheese. it's not hard with such a yummy ingredient!

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  12. Wow, you guys have been busy while I emptied the trash!!!

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  13. Pam, I am bringing a pitcher of blood-orange gin sparklers and a plate of those caprese salad mozzarella balls, fresh basil and cherry tomatoes. Oh, and some warm ciabatta bread with olive oil and vinegar too! Cheers and thanks for hosting an awesome party!

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    1. Oh my bonnie...........those sound divine! and i LOVE caprese....I do mozz balls, basil and cherry tomatoes on a stick on 4th of july and they go like wildfire! yes to the ciabatta. :) Lovin' this potluck. Starting to drool.

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  14. You are the hostess with the mostess! Thank you for letting me join in on the fun! Off to tweet this post and check out all the great shops and blogs. Have a great day!

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  15. Thought you'd love combining Whiskey and Food for the party!

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  16. Wowee! I am super new to this - thanks for hosting! :) I'd bring my signature Aussie Pavlova (topped with raspberries and blueberries) and, keeping with the Australian theme, enough Pure Blonde beer - my fave Aussie beer. No one drinks Fosters at home - that stuff's yuk! :)

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    2. Hi Beccra, thanks for swining by and linking up!!! Ah, pavlova and Pure Blonde.....going to have look for that one. Love trying a new beer. Had guinness black on Paddy's and it was kind of like mix between harp and guiness. not bad!

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  17. Thank you so much for hosting! Since the wine is already in the bag, I will bring it. And since I have fish on my mind, I have a fabulous poached salmon appetizer! I know it is St. Paddy's Day but fish is good for you!

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    1. wine and poached salmon sounds lovely. we actually enjoyed some smoked salmon with cream cheese, capers and onions on paddy's. we love seafood!

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  18. Love your blog!! Pinned to share with others...

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    1. I love that you're here! thanks! so nice of you to share.................

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