Craftastic

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I mentioned we were going to do a craft day this past weekend and we did! It was such a fun productive afternoon and evening. I didn’t get home until almost midnight! We didn’t plan on the theme being a pinterest party but it turned out like that. Just about everyone had some craft that they had pinned and were just waiting for the perfect time to do it. I’ll be sharing some of the great projects that everyone made over the next few weeks.

Even several of the snacks were pinterest finds. Man I love pinterest!

So we crafted, ate, chatted, had a few dance offs…soooo wished I had pictures of that, and laughed…and laughed. We even had time to end the night with girly manicures. Thankfully I have the world’s best husband so I got to hang out and enjoy myself child-free. Love that man.

Here is one of the projects I worked on.

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I took an old brown cabinet door that I picked up at a garage sale for $1.00, Loosely spray painted it white, used a rubber stamp and a piece of burlap along with a little black paint and some Modge Podge to create this:

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I’m not sure if the picture does it justice, I think the modge podge was still drying. It was a cheap and easy project. I am working on a “wall” project in our family room so that is where it will most likely go.

This picture was my “pinterest” inspiration:

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If you are lazy and like the look,  the picture came from Etsy. If you want to purchase one similar to this check it out here: 

And of course every good craft day has to end with a manicure, right?

Thanks Rebekah for sharing your stuff. Lovin’ my nails!

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Linked up today with: Singing Three Little Birds,  Making your home sing Mondays and Raising Memories

My entry into Inspire Me Monday, sponsored by Appliances Online and their best Washer Dryers

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4 Responses

  1. Oh I could kick myself. I was at Goodwill a couple weeks ago and they had a set of oak cabinet doors for $1 EACH and I could not for the life of me come up with a use for them so walked away. Now I know. Love it.

  2. […] of the projects I made at craft night was a head band holder to help control all those unruly hair accessories that were taking up space […]

  3. […] had picked up these picture frames at the same time that I picked up the cabinet door for only $1.00 each! I bought three of them and haven’t had a clue what I was going to do with […]

  4. […] I’m showcasing some of the other crafts that were done at craft night by one of my gal pals […]

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