Spooks, treats and yummy good eats! Wishing you the best Halloween ever!
These no sew pumpkins literally only took 2 minutes each to make and are so sweet! And cheap! They can be used anywhere for fall decorating! I thought a couple of these little pumpkins would look cute in the basket of hand towels and washcloths on my counter. You can make them as simple or… Continue reading 2 Minute Toilet Paper Pumpkin
My friend over at Kellys DIY has made some bright and fun patriot decorations for 4th of July. These would be so much fun to get the family together for a Family Craft Session. Be sure to check out her other posts, because she does all kinds of simple and amazing craft projects!
For this project you will need Scrapbook pages in patriotic colors. You start by cutting the paper in half. Take one half and start at the widths end, and fold under and fold back over like you’re making a fan.
Then you fold it in half again, and press down on the folded part really hard with your fingers to strengthen that fold. Be sure the ends line up with each other and glue the ends together. You can use Aleenes tacky glue or hot glue.
Now take the two ends and bring together and glue…it will look like this:
Then I decided a star would be perfect in the middle
Added glitter around the edges!
Then I started making a bigger one….
This one is bigger. What I did was cut the blue scrap paper in half again, make the folds on both, then glue them together. You glue…
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I didn't know that there were actually Lucky Foods that you were suppose to eat for the New Year to insure good fortune until I met my husband. His required list is pretty simple: Pork or Ham, Black Eyed Peas, Collard Greens and Cornbread. It wasn't enough for me to just have the list. Oh,… Continue reading 13 Lucky Foods for the New Year
Easy Christmas Dinner for Two in Two Hours - Includes NuWave Oven Roasted Turkey Breast, Sheet Pan Candied Sweet Potatoes and Roasted Parmesan Green Beans