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Monday, April 25, 2011

Where I Create

I just love thumbing through magazines and surfing online, admiring crafters' rooms.  My favorite places online are Pinterest & Flickr and then any magazine from Architectural Digest to Country Living. Inspiration is everywhere.  I love, love, love Karen's sewing room from Sew Many Ways... blog.  You know, when it comes to your crafting or sewing space, I'm pretty sure that design laws don't have to apply. Afterall, it is your room and you can do with it whatever you want....As I have.
Here's is just a glimpse inside my Mom Cave, where I create...What do you think? (you can click on the image to view it larger)
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Saturday, April 9, 2011

Before & After: Stools

I get these urges every so often where I just randomly want to do something...These stools were one. We just moved into or house this last summer and the house is amazing...We got lucky. The stools go around the jacuzzi and are alittle aged. I thought about stainging them again, but then....Decided to do black and monogram our initial with white paint. Didn't turn out too bad for an afternoon project :)

What are you doing this weekend? Oh, oh! I did fabric flowers. Im hooked! Gonna work on a bunch this weekend will be sure to post..maybe a tutorial?? :)

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Bird Nest Cookie

IDK where I found these cuties but I attempted this this weekend and they're pretty good.
2 -  12oz. pkgs of Chow Mein noodles
1 pkg butterscotch baking chips
1 pkg. malted easter eggs
You just melt the butterscotch as per the directions - about 3 - 30 second intervals in the microwave stirring in between each interval until smooth. Mix in the chow mein noodles. Drop onto wax paper and place 3 candy eggs right away so they will stick to the warm butterscotch. Cool for about 15-20 minutes. They should be hardened and ready to eat!

 Simple enough,. right? And super fun with the kiddos...When we ran out of candy eggs we just put chocolate chips! :D