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Cassi
Interests: my kids, my pets, sewing, embroidery, Norah Jones, children's books, crochet, homeschool, bird watching, learning to speak Spanish, historical fiction, Bach, the internet and computers, Buddhism, art history, vintage bird figurines, used bookstores, Mexican food, fabric stores, crafting, vintage linens and dishware, organizing, gardening, weekend trips, David Sedaris, pink and brown, grammar books, Satie, old Czech wall pockets, Jack Johnson, the Sims, holidays, key lime pie, Mexican beer, swanky swigs, blue and green, flea markets, heart rocks, nature journaling, Kwan Yin, scrapbooking
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What have you been streaming on Netflix this month? Psych, Friends, and Malcolm In The Middle keep me smiling while I'm working and I've got the 27th of this month marked for the new season of House of Cards! I... Continue reading
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Johanna Rundel has a tutorial for these cute baby rattles that would be the perfect gift for a new baby or even a toddler. The post is in German, use Google Translate if needed. Continue reading
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Little kids will love choosing different beads, yarn and other elements for this easy dream catcher inspired craft at Little Hip Squeaks. Continue reading
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This cute paper doll bunting is found at Teawagon Tales. Just make a simple doll shape and then have fun picking out fun papers for the clothing and creating a variety of expressions. Continue reading
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Take fingerprint drawings to a new level with this fingerprint comic strip idea at Fireflies and Mud Pies. This is such a great idea for playdates or quiet afternoons. Continue reading
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While Wearing Heels shares how she put together this cute gnome home with a convenient strap so it can travel from bedroom to garden to grandma's house. Continue reading
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You'll love how this simple idea at Babble Dabble Do to make wall decals from contact paper will add cheer to any room. There's even a free printable template if you don't want to make your own. Continue reading
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I love these gorgeous star sun catchers made with coffee stirrers and tissue paper found at the Carle Museum! Continue reading
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Introduce the elements of art with these line investigations found at Art is Basic. Continue reading
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Visit scrumdilly-do! to see these colorful frozen balls of ice that preschoolers will love! Continue reading
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I'm in love with these charming little heart people at Oana Befort! Construction is simple and kids will love adding the brads so they can make the arms and legs move. So cute! Continue reading
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Cooking With Ruthie shows how to recycle some cardboard and make this great heart banner to decorate for Valentine's Day. Continue reading
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All For The Boys shares a tutorial on how to make these fun climbing love bugs! Continue reading
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These paper conversation hearts will lead to some real family conversations and make cute decorations for a party too. Visit MADE to see how it's done. Continue reading
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Make shrink plastic keys to go with this free "Your Friendship is Key" Valentine card printable. You'll find the tutorial at Buzzmills. Continue reading
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Just looking at this color and light-filled tissue paper heart sun catcher makes my heart happier! Make one of your own with the directions at Fireflies and Mudpies. Continue reading
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Make some Valentine magic happen with these gorgeous yarn-wrapped sticks topped with felt hearts at Let's Do Something Crafty. Continue reading
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These beautiful one of a kind Valentines are watercolored then hand stitched with a simple heart. Miranda Makes has the tutorial. Continue reading
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Willowday shows how easy it is to make these chocolate kiss rings with a bit of sparkly chenille stem. Add a sentiment and you have a unique Valentine's Day card! Continue reading
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Jennifer Perkins for Blogher shares a great needle felted Valentine banner to be displayed year after year. The needle felting is basic so it makes a good beginning project for kids and adults. Continue reading
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Find out how to make your own L-O-V-E stamp for Valentine cards at Purple Twig! Continue reading
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Red chenille stems are all you need to make these cute heart rings at Sassy Dealz. Continue reading
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I think this Cupid's bow and arrow would make a great craft for a kid's Valentine party. Get the details at Delineate Your Dwelling Continue reading
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Take a look at this adorable yoyo Valentine card at Make It Your Own! This is perfect for a non-candy Valentine and you'll find a free printable too. Continue reading
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Salsa Pie shows you how to make little clay love bugs to add to your homemade Valentine cards. Continue reading