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Tag Pillow Tutorial

Posted August 3, 2014 By dealinanddishin

Tweet Looking for a sewing project and thought of another toy for the cats. I don’t have small cats, and they need a bigger toy to kick and bite on. This was going to be a catnip one (of course..they are little “nip heads”). Then to dress it up add ribbon tags on the side. […]

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TweetAs a Purex Insider I received the  supplies photographed to make a Celebrate Party Hat Card and a Best Day Ever Treat Bag. I also was given a Celebra’tions Many Words Clear Polymer Stamp Set to give away to my readers. Spellbinders Celebra’tions Collection is a complete line of papers, inks, stamps, dies, and embellishments.  […]

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Make Today a LEGO Day With These LEGO Activities

Posted July 15, 2014 By dealinanddishin

Tweet My son loves LEGO’s (adores..obsesses over..those may be better words) He is almost 11 and over the last 8 years has amassed quite a collection of bricks, and still always finds new sets and mini figures he needs. Little sister (age 6) enjoys building with her brother as well. We decided to have a […]

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No Sew Fleece Dog Toys

Posted April 21, 2014 By dealinanddishin

TweetOur Daisy Girl Scout Troop is going to be visiting the Warrick County Humane Society in a couple weeks. We are going to collect needed items like cleaners, paper towels, blankets, toys, etc., but decided to have a craft at our meeting before this visit to actually make some toys. This is all for our […]

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Easter Ideas for the Family

Posted April 14, 2014 By dealinanddishin

TweetI always have these great big plans (in my head) for each holiday, and every time it seems to sneak up on me! I end up spending all this time searching for ideas that I don’t have much left for the actually doing part. I thought why not put some of the things I have […]

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How to Make a Recycled Notebook

Posted March 25, 2014 By dealinanddishin

TweetI print a lot of things: coupons, newsletters for school, pictures for The Girl to color, things for Scouts, etc. When I’m done with it I have a stack of paper that I keep either for table covering during art projects, or I put it in the recycling can. Anything important gets shredded or filed […]

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Bunny Face Cookies

Posted March 21, 2014 By dealinanddishin

TweetThis week my daughter was Student of the Week for Kindergarten. It is a fun week where she gets to bring in photos, show and tell, and just share about herself. The last day of the week I could come in with a craft, snack, or story to share with the class. It is Spring […]

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Chore Chart Craft

Posted February 9, 2014 By dealinanddishin

TweetI love crafts, and I especially love frugal crafts! The Daisy Scouts are going to be working on their Mari Petal (Responsible for what I say and do). A good way for them to earn this is with a chore chart. (This of course would work for boys as well!) The girls are in Kindergarten so I […]

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How to Sew Fabric Play Food (Breakfast)

Posted July 11, 2013 By dealinanddishin

TweetPost contains affiliate links…Disclosure I’ve mentioned before that my goal is to do a Craft Show in the Fall with my friend from Simply Smith Crafty Creations. She crochets and I sew so we cover most all the bases. I’m slowly (practically snail’s pace) working on my goal. Vacation is done, and my new Serger […]

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Learning without Words, our Morning with Tibetan Monks

Posted July 10, 2013 By dealinanddishin

TweetDisclaimer..This is NOT sponsored in any way…paid for ourselves. cMOE (Koch Family Children’s Museum of Evansville) in Evansville, IN had a workshop in May, 2013 you could sign up for to make art with Tibetan Monks. This was being offered thanks to Bodyworks Massage Institute (a massage therapy school and business). The cost was $15 per person and […]

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