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2013 Reading Challenge

2013 Reading Challenge
Nana has read 19 books toward a goal of 50 books.
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fuckyeahcraft:

How to make your own watercolours with Oh My! ‘s handmade goodness blog.

fuckyeahcraft:

How to make your own watercolours with Oh My! ‘s handmade goodness blog.

(Source: fuckyeahcraft)

Jul 11th, 2012
scissorsandthread:

The Audrey Cape | Project Run & Play
I’ve been seeing capes everywhere at the moment and this version is so gorgeous! I now that the pattern is for a little girl but you could easily alter it to fit your measurements. Then you can swish your cape and be all fashionable without spending a mint!

scissorsandthread:

The Audrey Cape | Project Run & Play

I’ve been seeing capes everywhere at the moment and this version is so gorgeous! I now that the pattern is for a little girl but you could easily alter it to fit your measurements. Then you can swish your cape and be all fashionable without spending a mint!

Oct 18th, 2011
Oct 9th, 2011
Picnic birthday party. The decorations are amazing, and I do recommend you click through to see the other pictures!
(via O Piquenique de Aniversário – The Cookie Shop)

Picnic birthday party. The decorations are amazing, and I do recommend you click through to see the other pictures!

(via O Piquenique de Aniversário – The Cookie Shop)

Oct 6th, 2011
When it comes to bookends, I really feel that the weirder they are, the better. I don’t live in a library, after all, so I’m entitled to own something more than those plain plastic ones, right? That’s why I’m so drawn to projects of this kind. It couldn’t be any simpler: take a plastic animal, break it in half, glue it to the plain bookend and ta-da! You got yourself a fun item to use in the kids’ rooms. If you want it to be a little bit more sophisticated, just spray paint it and that’s it, you’ll have a nifty useful piece like the one above!
(via DIY Faux Brass Animal Bookends | Decor Hacks)

When it comes to bookends, I really feel that the weirder they are, the better. I don’t live in a library, after all, so I’m entitled to own something more than those plain plastic ones, right? That’s why I’m so drawn to projects of this kind. It couldn’t be any simpler: take a plastic animal, break it in half, glue it to the plain bookend and ta-da! You got yourself a fun item to use in the kids’ rooms. If you want it to be a little bit more sophisticated, just spray paint it and that’s it, you’ll have a nifty useful piece like the one above!

(via DIY Faux Brass Animal Bookends | Decor Hacks)

(Source: madincrafts.com)

Oct 4th, 2011
Sep 30th, 2011
Pretty kid donning a pretty sweater!
(via all the mountains…)

Pretty kid donning a pretty sweater!

(via all the mountains…)

Sep 28th, 2011