Tag Archive: apron swap

Dec 13 2013

Our Christmas Mantel

Our Christmas Mantel I love this time of year and decorating for the holidays just makes me squeal with happy.Our home is filled with Christmas! Decorating does take me a bit longer than it used to. But, I enjoy it sooo much. When it’s time to decorate I always start with the mantel. Since I …

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Dec 11 2013

Holiday Buzy-Ness

Holiday Buzy-ness I find myself happily awash with the Christmas spirit and all that comes with it. Decorating, shopping, list making (oh yes, you know I am a list maker) planning, wrapping, baking and all around holiday buzy-ness ( busy as a bee). Add to this the blessing of having one of my shops, Be …

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Dec 07 2013

Dollar Tree Christmas Decor

Dollar Tree Christmas Decor I love the idea of affordable holiday decorating and I love a challenge too.Two lovely boggy friends, Debbie from Debbie Doos and Shannon from Fox Hollow Cottage are having a party! An all things dollar tree Christmas party! It starts today. They encourage you to go to your local dollar store …

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Dec 06 2013

Pocket Full of Cash Giveaway And Apron Swap

Pocket Full of Cash Giveaway And Apron Swap Its time for the December giveaway! With the help of two sweet bloggy friends, Angel from Sew Crafty Angel and Anna from Cuddlebug Cuties and the lovely people at

Dec 14 2012

One For You and One For Me Apron Swap

The apron swap was a lot of fun. I may do it again sometime. I gathered all of the names of those that wanted to participate and I had a random drawing for swap partners. I was really tickled when I discovered my apron swap partner has an apron shop!  I exchanged aprons with Cindy …

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Oct 26 2012

Cottage Shed

It occurred to me the other day that I didn’t share something very important….What we did this summer! I say “we” loosely. My sweet hubby and our nephew  finished our anniversary gift in August. They worked almost every weekend this summer to get this beauty completed. Do any of you remember the garden shed that I …

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