Good Luck Gift Ideas
St. Patty’s Day in a Jar What if you could bottle not just the leprechauns rainbow, but all of his treasured gold waiting at the bottom of that rainbow for that special someone in your life? Well, now you can! These adorable, simple Lucky Rainbow Jars are easy enough to be considered a kids craft, but are cute enough to be mailed to someone who really needs a day brightener. Details on how you make your own Pot of God at the End of the Rainbow…in a jar,
photo coasters: 4x4 tiles and 4x4 pics, glue photo onto tile with glue stick, cover with resin, mount 4 felt circles onto bottom corners
I cannot believe how easy This is and how much I've seen these sold for at craft shows! This is my new favorite b-day gift for friends. :)
"Mint Bag" - Thanks for your commit-"mint" to help...Thanks for your encourage-"mint"...Thanks for your involve-"mint"...Thanks for your invest-"mint" of time...Thanks for making each day an enjoy-"mint"... Thanks for helping to create a nice environ-"mint"... Everything you have done has really “mint” a lot to me!!!
I totally want to make this quilt. I have bins and bins of old teeshirts from high school, cheerleading, and other special occasions that are taking up space in the attic. I don't ever look at them, and who wants to crawl up there just to look at some old tee-shirts. This way they are de-junking my attic and they are getting used and and I can look at them whenever I want!
(1) Buy plates from Dollar Store, (2) Write things with a Porcelain 150 Pen, (3) baked for 30 mins in the oven and it's permanent.