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Thursday, January 21, 2016
My favorite clothes pin uses:
- Hang the children's artwork
- Make Clothespin wreaths
- Make magnets for the fridge
I have a Cricut machine, so I used more of the scrapbook paper to cut out phrases to frame.
It is hard to see the smaller frame, but it says "I love you a bushel & a peck"
Candles. I found plain pink candles at Walmart. I believe they were $.50 a piece. This was my chance to bust out my glitter! I brushed Mod Podge onto the candles (I used the Gloss finish). Then I used white/iridescent glitter. You could even use Epsom salt if you have that around the house. My husband hates finding glitter all over the place, so I spray hairspray over the glitter when I am done to prevent it from falling off!
The silver "&" was also from the Target dollar section. It was $3. This could also be recreated by buying a wooden letter, brushing mod podge on the letter, and sprinkling Glitter or Confetti over the glue. You will probably pay more for the supplies than you would just buying the item at Target, though.
So, where did I get those pink candlesticks? My mom's garage sale. I bet she regrets giving them to me now :) If you are not lucky enough to find something like this at your mom's house, most thrift stores are bursting at the seams with candlesticks!
They looked like this:
I used True Red, Dragonfruit, and Bubblegum pink acrylic paint by Americana. You will have to apply a few coats of paint. I think I did three?
Originally I was going to do flower balls on the candle sticks, but I ran out of brads and flowers.
((Hang in there... I'm almost done!))
I got a pink chalkboard in the Target dollar section. This one was also $3. I used gems to monogram the chalkboard. Originally I wanted to line the chalkboard with flowers, but I ran out of those too. It was -30 degrees outside and I was not leaving the house to get more.
Instead, I painted the legs, and added flowers that I currently had on hand to finish the chalkboard.
And lastly. I needed to create something to hold all of my gummy flowers that I cannot. stop. eating. This would make a perfect teacher gift for your children to bring on Valentine's Day!
You guessed it. I got the jar in the target dollar section. They also have pink and red!
I glued burlap around it, and wrapped my trusty bakers twine around it.
If you are wondering... yes, I did eat all of the gummies. Presley will have to get some more for her teacher!
Stay tuned, I will have more Valentine's Day ideas for you next week!
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