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I was out to conquer the world until I saw something shiny! Such a true statement for me. It all happened by accident; I realized that all my recent junking expeditions, everything was coming up gold. It's perfect for the Christmas holidays. I don't focus enough while on the hunt for this to happen on purpose. Junking … Continue reading until I saw something shiny
This is one of those projects you conjure up, but don't really think you'll find the time to make it happen; it just ends up as more craft supply stash. Yesterday was a "day" at work, I needed a mindless project to keep my hands busy, my mind empty, and this was perfect! Back in April … Continue reading starry light umbrella
After my blog post about the patio bar cart cooler Jerry made for us, he received an email from a friend. It would be the perfect birthday gift for her husband. Yep, finding great gifts gets more and more difficult, because really, no one needs or wants just another shirt or baseball hat. This time around, the hardest part … Continue reading he did it again – patio bar cart cooler
I recently bought a can of spray on Krylon primer for a small project I was working on; I can't even remember what the project was now. Rather than shoving the pretty much full can of primer in the closet with the rest of my spray paint collection, I tried it out on a piece … Continue reading spray on primer: have you used it & what do you think of it?
Oh, how I miss my little blog! The very first time I tried blogging years ago, it felt like homework. The second go at it, I loved it. I loved that putting something out in the blog-sphere made me follow through and do it. For awhile I was tearing through projects. Then I got the … Continue reading Union Jack Lap Desk
We have been working hard with work work, and also getting ready for our first vintage market in 2015. If you're in Southern CA, come by and see us Sunday, 6/14 at the Driving Miz Daisy Vintage Market at Saddleback College. Lately, during the week, we've been heading off to the beach for a walk … Continue reading A Beach Kind of Life – Lei Bombed
I'm on a bit of a sewing kick, so I'm going to take advantage. Okay, if a "kick" constitutes one slip cover, then yes, I'm on a kick. At estate sales I find some of the most beautiful heavy cotton linens; those heavy cotton pillowcases always feel so crispy cool. I have a few king … Continue reading AH Crafty Challenge – Alter King Pillowcases to Standard