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12.12.2010

No Need For The Sunday Paper


Happy Sunday to you all! Welcome to another round of Sunday link love. Each week I share links from around the web that ignite, intrigue, and inspire me and hopefully you. And who needs the Sunday newspaper when you have link like these? Happy clicking!

Friday I had the wonderful opportunity to, on behalf of San Diego Bargain Mama, share inexpensive handmade/ homemade crafts kids can make for the holidays (with a little help from mom or dad) with the viewers of the local morning show San Diego Living. Scroll through the most recent videos and you should find mine. I am so grateful to Stacey for allowing me to be a part of her #TeamSDBM crew.

Love love love this! Today I will be happier than a bird with a french fry, print by Shelli Dorfe. {Image credit: above.} Please do not use this for any other reason than to promote her etsy shop.

Tatertots and Jello: Love this Free Christmas "Keep Calm and Merry On" Printable

Today I Ate A Rainbow: Part of The Kids Cook Monday -  Rainbow Fruit Skewers. Sooooo yummy!

Our Homeschool Fun: Reindeer Fingerprint Christmas Card plus a bunch of other great Christmas-y ideas.

Michaels.com: Going to be watching The Grinch Who Stole Christmas any time soon? Free Printable Grinch Finger Puppets are a great craft-along activity.

The Idea Room: Infuse wax paper with a little creativity perfect for wrapping sweet treats! We've already tried this idea and it was so fun.

Not Martha: Teensy Tiny adorable gingerbread houses that perch on top of coffee mugs. eeek! Super cute!

Catholic Icing: A great round up of nativity crafts!


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Hebrews 10:24
And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds

2 comments:

  1. LOL, I love that sign...I so need to buy one. Great crafts picks this week!

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  2. I watched your interview! Some great stuff. I love the ornaments using "scatter" from the dollar tree.

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