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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!  


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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