Clever Chicks Blog Hop #243

 

Welcome to my weekly Clever Chicks Blog Hop! You’re invited to enter the giveaway, hop from one fantastic blog article to another and share links from your blog (if you have one)!


WHAT IS A BLOG HOP?

A blog hop, also known as a linky party or linkup, is a gathering of blog authors who share links to their articles on the host’s blog. The articles appear as a collection of thumbnail images & clicking on them brings you to the author’s blog. Blog Hops are a great way to network with other bloggers, gain exposure to new readers and discover blogs and ideas you may not have stumbled upon otherwise. No invitation is necessary to attend! Link up and have fun mingling!


Some of my favorite posts from the previous week’s party will be FEATURED.  To be considered as a featured blog, please link back to The Chicken Chick®  

this week’s FEATURED BLOGS!



How to Link Up to the Party

  • Share the link to your clever ideas, DIY projects, recipes, tutorials, decorating tips, stories, etc.
  • Please use the direct link to your post, not your blog’s home page- we want to be able to find your clever post!

Party Etiquette

No sponsored product posts, giveaways, linky parties, gift guides or repeat posts shared in the past 12 weeks please.  Please grab one of my buttons below and link back to this party somewhere on your blog.

Featured Blogger
Contributing Blogger

this week’s CONTRIBUTORS



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Jennifer
Jennifer
2 years ago

Excited to see your new coffee table book,
I love watching your chicken and seeing the babies grow…gives me inspiration to try new breeds and appreciate their beauty.

Taylor Clark
Taylor Clark
2 years ago

We’re getting our first set of chicks this year – we would love to have this to keep them safe and warm! 🙂 Thank you for the opportunity!

Maria
Maria
2 years ago

I will love ❤️ to win one. Thanks

Cathy doyle
Cathy doyle
2 years ago

Love your articles and advise

Nikki
Nikki
2 years ago

Commenting for the giveaway! This looks like a great warming method.