I can't believe it's already Wednesday! I have two projects to share with you today. I was hoping to take better pictures, but it looks like it's going to be pretty cloudy today, so I think this may be as good as it gets. I was straightening up my craft room (does anyone else feel like their craft room/area always needs to be straightened?) last week and I ran across a piece of cardboard packaging that I had saved with the intent to make a wreath. This wreath is pretty tiny - the cardboard form was only about 6 1/2 inches, so even with the leaves attached, it only measures about 7 to 7 1/2" across. It's perfect to hang from a doorknob or even for someone's play area. That's where this one is probably headed.
I used another sentiment from my new favorite set A Holiday to Remember. I love sets of stamps that encompass multiple occasions - it saves $$ and space. Don't forget that Scrappy Moms is offering FREE shipping on all sets now through October 16th!
Last week I made some pumpkin bread and instead of making two regular sized loaves, I made one regular and one set of mini-loaves. I had every intention of giving the set of mini-loaves away, but only one survived to giveaway.
I used the "popcorn" box from Tags Bags Boxes and More for the base and then added some of my leftover leaves. I was planning on entering this in the Peachy Keen LFIF challenge, but it didn't turn out quite as cute as I planned. I am so torn about gift packaging. On one hand, I want it to be special, but on the other - I already made pumpkin bread, so should I spend an hour on something that will definitely be thrown away? I'm just not sure.
Hope you are having a great day! Today is my 9th wedding anniversary. We are celebrating at home tonight because we already celebrated last week with a night out.
Happy Anniversary Brandon! I love you!
We were married in a very beautiful chapel in downtown Fort Worth. The little chapel is attached to a much larger church, but I liked it because it is small and had a center aisle. These are the things you worry about when you are 22 and getting married. I wanted the church to look full and I wanted a center aisle. Check and check. Do you see the wreaths on the door? I loved them.
Here's one more picture...I couldn't help it.