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I've made a few new things for the shop. Check it out.



How blissful would my childhood have been if I could have printed things from the internet, then colored them?  Pretty blissful.  Well, I guess I will just live this dream as an adult.  Check out these thank you/anything cards from Giver's Log.  Brilliant!


best crispy treats ever

Today I concocted a delicious caramel chocolate rice crispy treat.  I figured that adding delicious, atop an already delicious treat couldn't hurt. 
I used these for the caramel part.  How cute are they?  So cute, and pretty delish on their own I might add. 
I have been saving them to make something delicious, holy moly, these treats were delicious!
One word: YUM!


my paper wreath

I love paper.  This is not an exaggeration.  Among many things about paper, I love its endless possibilities, it can be a place to doodle, or a lovely decoration.  Hence, my paper wreath.  There are many paper wreaths and such on the world wide web.  My paper wreath is a little different, but it turned out to be a perfectly subtle statement.

Here are the details...
 {supplies} foam wreath, circle punch, pins, distress ink, oldish book, glue, ribbon, spray paint (optional)
 {cut out a BILLION circles} {stack them and distress the edges}    
 {glue circles all around the wreath (I used glue instead of pins for this part because I had more control around the edges)} {fold a circle twice, push the pin through, fold a circle in half and stack it on the same pin (repeat for extra puffiness), push the pin into the wreath, do it again, and again , and again, AND AGAIN.}
 There are about 100 pins in my 12 inch wreath.  Paper, paper, paper...
I am also thinking this would look cool done with maps or other colored papers.