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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

I Love You And I Like You Wood Sign

I Love You And Ii Like You Wood Sign
I'm back at it!  Feels great to be making signs again!  Can't wait to share the rest of my creations with you!





Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Valentine's Day Decor

It's been so long I hardly remembered how to write a blog post!!  I took some time off to concentrate on my etsy shop, spend the summer with my kids, and work on some home improvement projects, but I think I'm about ready to start sharing them.  I thought I'd start today by sharing some Valentine's day decor!!  I hope you enjoy it!  It feels good to be back!!








Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Bunny Tail Easter Treat

It's time for my kids annual Easter treats!!  This year I decided to go with a simple marshmallow treat!  What kids don't like marshmallows, right?  I designed the tags on my Silhouette Cameo, simply cut them out and tied them on.  How simple is that?
Bunny Tail Easter Treats

 Cute, huh?  I'm sure your kids would love them as well!!


Project Parade #36

Project Parade!!  
Easter is just around the corner, I can't wait to see all of your adorable bunny and egg decorations this week!  Let's see what you got!



We are so excited to have you!!


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Be sure to visit at least 2 other links!
No givaways, shops, or other linky parties are to be posted!
Have Fun!!
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Sunday, March 29, 2015

Photo Tile Coasters

Photo Tile Coasters

Here's an easy and inexpensive gift that anybody would love!  Try Home Depot or Lowe's to find your tiles.  I think they came in a pack of nine tiles for not even $4!  For the project, I started by printing my chosen pictures onto tissue paper.  It did get caught in the printer a couple times, being it's so thin, so you might have to try more than once.  I cut the pictures out to match the size of the tiles. Put a very thin layer of Mod Podge onto the tile.  Make sure to use the Outdoor Mod Podge since there's a chance it will get wet.  After your thin layer, gently lay the picture onto the tile, you may need to straiten it out a little.  Let dry, and put on another layer of Mod Podge.  I did repeat with a third layer as well. 

The book page tiles, I used the exact same method, but printed an image on each of them.  




Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Project Parade #35

It's Time For Project Parade!!  
I can't wait to see what everybody has to share this week!


We are so excited to have you!!


Rules of the party:

Please be sure to grab our button and post it on your site!
Be sure to visit at least 2 other links!
No givaways, shops, or other linky parties are to be posted!
Have Fun!!
Don't forget to  grab our Button!
 If you were our featured blog of the week, don't forget to grab a featured button!

Also, don't forget to follow along on our 
Project Parade Pinterest Board!






Check out all of our favorite pins here!

Have Fun!!
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