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Thursday, March 18, 2010

Brief Bits

A quick round-up of what I've found on the web this last while that got my creative juices flowin':


1.  From Chris, Erin & Jayce - DIY Wall Art
I just can't get over this clever idea!  In fact, I'm about 99% positive that I'll be attempting it myself for my master bedroom.  The weather's really starting to get spray-paint-worthy!

2.  From Kraft Foods - Creamy Lemon Blueberry Dessert
Few things go as well together as lemon and blueberry.  This little number looks divine.

3.  From Nannygoat - Courage Jar
Our home teacher's message this month was about moral courage.  This Courage Jar idea is a great one to help your family stand up for what they believe and live with integrity, all while working together to attain a family reward.  This one's going in my future family ideas file.

4.  From Craftaholics Anonymous - Spring Felt Flowers Wreath
Check out this inexpensive, easy, and cute idea for sprucing up your door/wall for spring.  Love it!

5.  From Make It and Love It - Hemp Ball Accents
Got a bowl or basket that needs fillers?  Here's an affordable way to make your own decorative balls.

6.  From Lifehacker - Get the most from your point-and-shoot camera
One of these days, I'd really love to have a DSLR camera.  Nothing fancy, just something simple.  In the meantime, I really enjoyed this brief guide for making the most of what I've got currently out of my point-and-shoot camera.

7.  From Everyday Celebrations - Colors Quiet Book
I love the simplicity of this quiet book using colored fabric scraps.  It's so basic, even I could pull it off!  (And where sewing's concerned, that says a lot!)  Plus, she sells the iron-on letter kits in her Etsy shop for only $4.00.

8.  From Brown Paper Packages - Family Values Canvas
I thought this was a really nice way to display those values that are important to your family.  Another great idea I'm saving for the future!  
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1 comments:

tiburon said...

The Courage Jar is cute. We do something similar - but it is our Warm Fuzzy jar. Everytime we see the kids doing something for one another they get a pom pom (warm fuzzy). When the jar is full we do a family activity.

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