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I have started going wild with my crafting lately. I think it’s because I went through a dry spell with it because I was too busy. Thankfully, I’ve finally started scheduling myself (I know it’s weird but completely necessary for me to get things done), and have been scheduling some craft time into my days. Yea! We don’t have a lot of money left to go crazy on projects, so I’ve been finding projects that don’t cost a lot. It’s so much fun! So, to go along with so many other blogs that post their projects on Mondays, I’m going to start sharing my inexpensive craft ideas here.
The first are these cute Lolli-Flowers. Oh, and sorry about the pictures. Our camera ran out of batteries and I haven’t bought new ones yet. So, I’ve had to use my phone. Anywho, my favorite scrapbooking store had them in their windows and I thought they would be perfect in our front window. The hardest part of the project? Digging through all of the cute paper and deciding what I was going to use! They come out so darling and are very easy. You can also customize their size. I used 12×12 paper because I wanted them to be a little bit bigger. Here is a link to the tutorial as a pdf file (I could have done one but it was already done!). The paper is from “The Girls Paperie”; I love it because it has a very vintage feel. Don’t you just love spring?
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