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My blog is all about crafting with my kids, scrapbook layouts and projects, and seasonal crafts. Simple crafts are my absolute favorites! They're usually inexpensive and easy to do with 2 munchkins running in circles around me.
Chelise Hery is passionate, profound, and perpetually confused. Sound familiar? Crazy about a lot of things (often in the literal sense)- including but never limited to: being a wife; mother; artist; and party thrower. Stop by and join the party, anytime.
My wife and I like to build things. I utilize a lot of plans off of Ana White's website, www.ana-white.com to make furniture for friends, family and to sell. My wife is the craftier one and is always coming up with some fun stuff.
pliable: easily bent or shaped. lessons in being a newlywed, foodie, renovating our first house into a home, Christ-follower, working to be healthier, only-child supporting my sweet Mama, & learning how to be more sustainable in all our life choices
I am a wife and mom to three kids, a small dog and a bird. Because of this, I don't have a lot of time to craft and create...but I do anyway! Just for an extra challenge, I thought I'd start a blog...I'm so glad that I did.
I host reviews & giveaways for my favorite shops on Etsy. Who doesn't love free stuff? My sponsors share helpful advice on success. Many offer exclusive coupon codes, too! I've even got tutorials. It's your one stop shop to buy, win or make handmade.
#coupons#etsy#giveaway# product reviews# crafts
Sassy Nana is a blog dedicated to sharing a mix of creativity, inspiration, treasure hunting, DIY projects, fresh decorating ideas, beautiful interior spaces, contests, book reviews, travel and just about anything else that inspires us
We fell in love with our 1950s bungalow and moved in Halloween weekend 2010 and haven’t stopped renovating yet. Week nights and weekends are spent drywalling and painting and tiling and weeding and learning that 2x4s in the 1950s are really two inches by