I want to first say thanks to those that entered the giveaway. There will be more in the future so I hope you continue to read my blog. I also have many new projects brewing in my head… I need to get them organized because I am going crazy! Okay, enough chatter. I know you really want to see who won.
The winner is…………. LAURA WILLS!!! Congrats! If you will email me your address I will have your Lucky blocks sent to you in the next few days! I hope you enjoy your new St. Patrick’s Day Décor!
Have a Great Day!
I LOVE how these “Lucky” blocks turned out! Can you believe that I cut that horseshoe out on my own on the scroll saw?! It scared me to death to do it but I was determined to do it on my own!
How would you like to win a completed set? Since it’s been a while since I have posted a cool new project and I feel like I have neglected my readers, I decided it would be fun to do a giveaway to one LUCKY person!
There are a couple things that I need you to do to enter:
1. Like me on Facebook HERE
2. Subscribe to my blog
3. Share this giveaway with your friends using one of the share links below.
You then will need to make a comment on this post with your name and the link where you shared the giveaway. That’s it! If you are already subscribed- just mention that in the comment. What an easy way to win fun St. Patty’s Day décor!
I will keep this giveaway open till March 3rd, and will draw a winner randomly.
Have a wonderful day!
Do you take your lunch to work and wish that you had a cute lunch sack to put it in?
I would take my lunch to work in a plain and boring grocery bag and often times would get holes in them because my fork would poke through the side. I wanted something cute and trendy that would hold up with multiple uses that I could take with me. So I searched online and found this great tutorial here. The tutorial provided great step-by-step photos and instructions. To personalize and make mine a little different I added a fabric ‘C ‘to the front with some rhinestones. I love how it turned out and am excited to take it to work!
I love wood projects!! There is something therapeutic about cutting wood and sanding the wood to perfection. These Be Mine blocks were another quick and easy Valentine Project. I used a 2×4 for these as well. I figured out what sizes I wanted my blocks and cut them out on the chop saw. I painted the blocks black and decorated with scrapbook paper and vinyl lettering. It’s simple, but simple is what I wanted for this project.