2010 06 08

Enter the Shaklee Giveaway here.  Winner will be announced on Monday!

The Whimsical Princess shows us how to make your own tomato topsy turvy with a 5 gallon bucket.  I love how she decorated the front of it willing it to “grow.”


Speaking of growing, Under the Table Dreaming made this adorable flower caddy with recycled tin cans.  I want to make one with herbs in it..

Polish the Stars saw my tutorial on the paperbag tutorial and decided to try to make one for a Nightmare Before Christmas party.  Great job Megan!  Click the picture below to see all the work she put into every last detail of the party.

Father’s Day is coming up. Why not treat dad to something sweet? Aren’t these tie cakes adorable featured on Tiepedia?

Lastly I loved this idea from How Does She? where you use vinyl lettering, wood, mod podge and paper to make a door sign for visitors coming to the door during naptime.please knock baby is sleeping

We have about 30 boys that seem to knock on our door asking permission to jump on our trampoline when my kids are down for their nap.  If they stop long enough to read this I should be in business.


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  1. Easiest way to keep neighbor kids at bay is to start the "flag system". Have a fun yard flag that hangs in a place easy for the kids to see. If the flag is out – they can come play. If the flag is in – don't come here. You'll have to enforce it for a while, but soon enough they will fall in line.

  2. YES! I was just talking about wanting a topsy turvy thingy! Guess I'm gonna have to get my "craft on" 🙂 I'm not crafty really, but come to your site to be inspired…haha!

  3. Thanks so much for giving some love to the tin can flower caddy! I greatly appreciate it! I love the CSI Projevt themes {keep them coming} Totally flattered to be part of your loves links! Thanks again – Hope you have a fabulous week! Stephanie Lynn

  4. Thank you so much for putting my Nightmare Before Christmas party in your Loves Links! I am honored! Thanks again for the pinata tutorial. It is such a great way to have a custom pinata and so much easier than using paper mache!

  5. Hey thanks for the link I never noticed it before!!! I am so flattered it made my whole day even if it was really late!

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