April 9, 2012 by Lisa
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April 9, 2012 at 2:01 pm
Love the tutorials! The rustic crates turned out fabulous and family and friends came over to see our new house yesterday and many commented on the crates in each of the kids’ rooms. Thanks for the inspiration!
April 9, 2012 at 5:10 pm
I did both the dish towel skirt and the sock bunnies! In fact my daughter is wearing her skirt again today (seen a lot of laundry time as it is her favorite). The sock bunnies arrived yesterday via the Easter bunny baskets and EVERYONE declared them to be the cutest thing ever! Thanks for sharing your wonderful ideas. I’m a great doer…not always a visionary. Thanks again!
Oh and the soup and pasta -yummy! Thanks for sharing, my Dad is gluten free via Celiac.
April 9, 2012 at 10:14 pm
Sigh. I tried the cast resin paperweights and I failed:( Not sure what I did wrong, but they were/are a hot mess! I thought I’d give the crafty me a chance, but the crafty me did not want to choose joy that day! Oh well, I shall try something again! In time.
Donna Griffith says
April 11, 2012 at 9:59 am
I made the sock bunnies – SO CUTE!!!!! My 6 month old grandson loved it. I loved it so much I had to make one for me too! Thanks for the great ideas – I really enjoy your blog.