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As you know, I've made it my New Year's goal to complete 52 crafts projects in 2012. Just simple and fun projects to use for my home, get organized, to wear and sometimes to give as gifts. Even though it's not quite yet the new year, I decided to go ahead and get rolling! As part of my mother's Christmas present I decided to make her a calendar for 2012... Continue »
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Welcome to our kitchen! We've spent a lot of time in this room during our first year of marriage! We painted our cabinets with chalkboard paint for easy message writing and menu updates. I finally found a good place to store my gigantic vintage thermos collection, above the kitchen cabinets. Jeremy uses them all the time to take coffee to work. The menus above are from a recent dinner party!... Continue »
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Hidden in the back corner of our home is this bright little sunroom. We store our bicycles and records in this room. It was Jermey's idea to display records above the windows. I love it! I recently created a small sewing nook in our sunroom. I keep most of my studio equipment at the Red Velvet studio, but there's something really nice about having a creative space at home. I... Continue »
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Here's a fun and different way to serve cupcakes! I really love cupcake push pops because they are so easy to transport and are fun for kids to enjoy! Simply use your favorite mini cupcake and frosting recipes, we used this one. Supplies needed: mini cupcakes, frosting, pastry bag, push pop containers . Step 1: Pipe a thin layer of frosting in the bottom of the container. This is more... Continue »
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Today I want to share a cute and easy idea for making your own wine corks! These fun, decorative corks make sweet gifts. I love using them in my home because they add a little bit of personality! Supplies needed: wood spools and corks (i got mine from hobby lobby), double sided tape, wood glue, embriodery thread, scissors. 1. Use double sided tape to begin adhering thread to your spoot.... Continue »
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Here's a brand new, extra magical hair how-to by Katie of Skunkboy. 1.Start with a dramatic side part. 2. Separate a small section of hair on the side. This will be the beginning of your braid. 3.Taking that section, separate it into two smaller sections. 4. Using a fishtail braid method, begin braiding. 5. Continue the french braid until you reach behind the ear. Then finish your braid all the... Continue »