Tuesday, September 21, 2010

This always makes me Laugh

This was a long time ago when I was driving home from doing a boutique and Brooklyn snuck a chocolate dipped pretzel out of my bag. She was going to town of that thing.

Friday, June 25, 2010

Super Summer Saturday Coming Soon!!! July 31st

Apothecary Jars $13 each (Indludes - apothecary jar, med wood round, wood finial, candle stick, black or white paint, sandpaper)

I purchased all of my materials at Hobby Lobby for half price. I charged full price because they cannot guarantee me that everything will be on sale when I order. If you want to purchase the supplies yourself and watch the sales check out this website for a detailed list of supplies (http://shanty2chic.blogspot.com/2009/10/ashleys-fall-apothecary.html)
I will supply the glue, sandpaper and black or white paint for $1.

Frosted Vinyl (Bring any glass dish from home that you want frosted)

The price will include the pre-cute vinyl stencil and the glass etching chemical. I will provide the brushes needed to complete the project.

A 13 inch deep glass platter is $9.00 (monogram)
A casserole dish size and the larger “MORE PLEASE” platter size of plate would be $5.00
The 4qt bowl size would be $4.00
A plate design using the middle and around the edge of the plate will run between $5-$8 depending on how big the plate is.
The deep dish platter size is $8.00

Girl Temple Picture $9 each (Indludes - paper, modge podge, acrylic sealant, glue sticks, wood block, temple picture) Feel free to bring your own paper

Temple Picture $9 each (Includes - paper, modge podge, acrylic sealant, glue sticks, wood block, temple picture) Feel free to bring your own paper

Boy Temple Pic $9 each (Includes - paper, modge podge, acrylic sealant, glue sticks, wood block, temple picture, vinyl writing) Feel free to bring your own paper

CLIPBOARDS $7 each (Includes - Ribbon side runner 2 ft each, ribbons at top, paper
12x12, modge podge, acrylic sealant, double stick tape, clipboard, embellishments)
You can bring your own paper if you want

MAGNETS .50 cents each (Includes - paper, modge podge, hot glue, gems, magnets)
You can bring your own paper if you want

Baby Seat Tents

What you need:
1 1/4 yard top fabric
1 1/4 yard bottom fabric
Complementary fabrics since you will see both fabrics at the same time on straps.
50-56 " of ribbon per side (1 1/2" ribbon - largest I could find at Joann's).
One spool will do 3 sides if you make the ribbon a little bit shorter (48").
6" of Velcro per side
You could do the stick on ones, but I wouldn't recommend them since they will be coming on and off often and are more expensive. Sew-on is the best.
Cost: $0.75 per side - (this price is of the sew-on 30"x 3/4" black or white Velcro, we might be able to get it cheaper from the big rolls where they cut it by the yard.)

2 sides Velcro - 12" Velcro - Cost $1.50
1 side Velcro/1 side ribbon - 6" Velcro/ 50-56" ribbon - Cost $0.75
2 sides ribbon - 100-112" ribbon - Cost $0.00

Friday, June 18, 2010

Disneyland or Bust!!!!

Last weekend Me and Mack left the midget at home and headed out to Disneyland. It was overcast and beautiful. I love California Weather. We had the time of our lives! Don't worry we didn't leave Brooklyn home alone. She was in good hands with my mother n law, sister n laws and neice. She had the time of her life too!!

Monday, May 31, 2010

My Big Girl!!

The last thing I remember was Brooklyn going to sleep a baby and when she woke up she was all grown up. What the heck??? Time for a new one.

Monday, May 10, 2010

Interesting Weekend

We ventured out for the weekend and started our trip to Safford. We ended in a two hour traffic jam in Superior. I ended up giving Brooklyn my camera so she wouldn't get frustrated. Here are a few of her masterpieces.

We went to the Gila Valley Temple Open House. It was very beautiful, except for when Brooklyn tried to pull a chandelier of the wall.

We went to our hotel after the temple trip and Brooklyn decided that she needed more religion in her life.

We then went to Macks high school reunion. It was cool to meet his friends and hear their stories. He graduated with 34 students, half of them were there. I graduated with almost 800.

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Our First Trip to the Zoo

We took Brooklyn to the zoo for the first time. It was the best day to go. The weather was perfect and the crowd wasn't too big. Brooklyn loved it, she got way into it and had to have her own map. About every 5 minutes she would get it out and tell us where to go. It was a good day!!!

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

I am so proud!!!!

I have to say that I am super duper proud of this project. Angie made me a small one a couple of years ago and ever since I have wanted a huge one to go up on my wall. So I kept trying to buy one but Angela insisted that we could make one so cute for cheaper. And we did. Thanks for your help Angie, I wouldn't ever craft if it wasn't for you.

Here is the one Angela made for me. So cute!!