Hi All, i've got a bunch of goodies for you today!
This cute quickpage can be found HERE
and was created using my Country Cookbook Mega Kit found HERE
and speaking of cookbooks.... I've got some great layered templates for creating your own
special family cookbook in two different sizes 8.5x11 and 4x6 small bragbook size) these make
GREAT christmas gifts! and they are both on sale now for a dollar off their original prices!
(click the preview to get those)
A pretty freebie for Commercial Use.....
And coordinating with my country theme today...this lovely set of 3 vintage commercial use lace borders can be found HERE (this freebie will expire in a week or so and after that will be sold in my store for 1 dollar )
It's pear picking time again on the farm, (i love this time of year! these pears are awesome, not even close to the Asian pears you purchase in the store, i wish i could share them with you all!)
Here's one of my latest recycled craft projects... this cardboard box kitchen set made for my 2 year old little girl. I love crafting! lol and the greatest part is when you make it yourself you have free reign on its design and colors etc. I had alot of accessories like the knobs and handles and sink faucet etc. hanging around but they could have just as easily been created with cardboard cutouts or painted recycled stuff you have lying around the house. It was really fun to make and if your kids are older they may want to help out with the crafting process too. As you can see, she was pretty thrilled with it :-) to make this i glued together various different boxes, painted them white inside and out, 'wallpapered' the inside of the fridge and 'stove' with aluminum foil (though you don't have to do that) and embellished with some recycled things we had in the old abandoned house left full of junk from the previous owners of our farm, I took apart the non-working toaster oven i found in there for the knobs, and stove handle, and the stove rack, used 2 old cabinet handles for the fridge door handles, (the doors for the fridge and stove close with velcro tabs) and there was an old bathroom sink faucet that i took apart cleaned up and attached to the top with a small dogfood dish for the 'sink'. the fridge magnets and spice boxes were made using scraps of wallpaper border samples i had, empty spice containers and black paint. And the 'window' is made using a pretty picture from Country magazine, painted cardboard and embellished with some cute fabric curtains for the window and under the sink.....
now to make some play food..... LOL