Check out this site and their giveaway! They have the cutest covers for carsuits and whatnot =)
Saturday, November 21, 2009
Stacie over at The CrEaTiVe CraTe has an awesome giveaway. I love the ideas that she comes up with! Is it possible to be envious of someones creativity, lol. Aren't they the cutest! You have until Tuesday, November 24, 2009 to try to win these outstanding blocks of delicious cuteness.
You can even enter up to four times! Either by commenting and leaving your email, putting her button on your blog, become a follower, and/or blog about it on your own blog!
I have to admit that this is the first time I have blogged about another's giveaway or so specifically about their blog, so I hope my few readers (uhhm, family and friends) check Stacie's blog out =)
Thursday, November 19, 2009
I got this beautimous window from my papa's shed when I was down South last. I have had lots of inspiration for this project. Check out The Creative Crate and she has more than one spectastic idea =) Also my friend Amy over at Crafty ADHD has a window that turned out wonderfully. I got the paper from Summertime Designs, the Falling For Fall kit. She has the BEST kits and I love 'em all! Instead of Mod-Podging the paper on the back like others have, I just taped it strategically in case I ever want to switch up my decor. Another idea I might run with is hanging it from my kitchen ceiling, adding hooks around the frame, and using it as a pot holder thingiemajig!!! I think I seen that idea on Robojunker. My window stayed propped up by the television forever, lol!!! But here it is...where it is supposed to be, finally! I put an old wreath over it that I already had but I think it still looks strange. I'm thinking about maybe lowering the wreath. It might look off because the wreath's not centered...Maybe??
Like always, I'm open to suggestions =)
Look at all the FUN stuff I got!!! I got the candlesticks, Mason jars, and old milk jar from the thrift store and I picked up some of the paint, raffia, and E-6000 glue at ole WallieMart. This is my finished project =) I painted the candlestick, roughed it up a lil with sandpaper, glued it to the bottom, let it sit overnight, then added the finishing touches and...VOILA!