Only 5.99 at hobby lobby - need to buy this and do it with Char!

4" Dreamcatcher

Only 5.99 at hobby lobby - need to buy this and do it with Char!

Ravelry: Threaded Colors Chevron pattern by BabyLove Brand

Threaded Colors Chevron pattern by Rachele Carmona

I love adding small details to my projects like this simple rose. This rose can be added to hats, bags and headbands. or add a clip to the back to make a hair clip. It’s a nice pattern to keep in your back pocket when you want to add just a touch of something more. PATTERN Materials Worsted weight (4) yarn (I used I Love This Cotton! Yarn from Hobby Lobby) 5.0 hook Yarn needle Scissors Level: easy/beginner Pattern Notes & Stitches to Know sl st – slip stitch ch – chain dc – double cr...

How to Crochet a Simple Rose

I love adding small details to my projects like this simple rose. This rose can be added to hats, bags and headbands. or add a clip to the back to make a hair clip. It’s a nice pattern to keep in your back pocket when you want to add just a touch of something more. PATTERN Materials Worsted weight (4) yarn (I used I Love This Cotton! Yarn from Hobby Lobby) 5.0 hook Yarn needle Scissors Level: easy/beginner Pattern Notes & Stitches to Know sl st – slip stitch ch – chain dc – double cr...

hobby lobby i love this yarn color combo combination suggestions for projects

hobby lobby i love this yarn color combo combination suggestions for projects

Original Photo transfer idea from:  http://abeautifulmess.typepad.com/my_weblog/2011/10/make-your-own-canvas-portrait.html  Instead of using the gel medium she used, I used mod podge instead and it turned out great. (Materials: 10 cent laser copy printed from disk at Office Depot on regular printer paper, mod podge, canvas from hobby lobby - $3.99 for set of 2) Go to the website above for a full tutorial.

Original Photo transfer idea from: http://abeautifulmess.typepad.com/my_weblog/2011/10/make-your-own-canvas-portrait.html Instead of using the gel medium she used, I used mod podge instead and it turned out great. (Materials: 10 cent laser copy printed from disk at Office Depot on regular printer paper, mod podge, canvas from hobby lobby - $3.99 for set of 2) Go to the website above for a full tutorial.

The Concrete Cottage: Glass Bottle Lamp ~ DIY Pottery Barn Knock Off

The Concrete Cottage: Glass Bottle Lamp ~ DIY Pottery Barn Knock Off

I dressed up clothespins like this with various prints of scrapbook paper.  I wrote one child's name on each clip and attached to the wall with velcro.  This is where they may display their artwork and papers.  Each child has one clip.  When they want something new hung up, they must take the previous dsiplay down.  Saves from having 100 pictures by one child displayed and none from anyone else.

I dressed up clothespins like this with various prints of scrapbook paper. I wrote one child's name on each clip and attached to the wall with velcro. This is where they may display their artwork and papers. Each child has one clip. When they want something new hung up, they must take the previous dsiplay down. Saves from having 100 pictures by one child displayed and none from anyone else.

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