2. This tutorial for making colorful silhouettes at Tatertots and Jello. Cute! I love this different spin on the popularity of silhouettes. Love the different shapes and the bright colors used.
3. This ridiculously easy but really cute Button Art over at Mod Podge Rocks. Heck, the hardest thing about this craft would be choosing which buttons to use! What a super way to show off some of your most precious vintage buttons. I'm definitely going to make one of these--I even have some of the vintage lined school paper like she used.
Button Art from Mod Podge Rocks
4. These cute little Palbums (although I keep staring at them and thinking pablums...not the same thing) I found the ad in this month's Family Fun magazine and they showed an album with a quarter next to it to show the size--they're teeny weeny! You download the software from the website, add in your photos, and choose an itty-bitty album to put them in. They're not terribly expensive and we all know that shrinking things down to miniature size inexplicably ups the cuteness quotient by a factor of 10. I haven't tried one myself, but it's on my list. I'd love to make a little album of family members for Maren.
5.These pretty new sugar pearls I bought from JoAnn's. They come in the beautiful soft colors pictured here and also in pale green and yellow. I think I feel a batch of cupcakes coming on...
Today we're having sod for the front yard delivered so our goal is to get it laid before the rain or snow falls (both are forecast for today). Laying sod in a parka (on the 30th of April, mind you) is not my idea of fun. Bad weather and weekend drill for The Mister = no garage sales tomorrow either, but I did some good thrifting yesterday to make up for it. What are your plans for the weekend?