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Tag Archives: Dollar Store Projects
So I have created my first gift and had to wait to be able to share it with you. This cross was made for my mother-in-law for her birthday. I have to say, I’m proud how it turned out. It … Continue reading
This year in addition to making all of my SWAPS, the camp director asked me to make some for her. I agreed to make them, as long as they were easy SWAPS. I knew I would not have time … Continue reading
This year for our AHG troop ornament exchange I created paint brush snowmen. These charming snowmen were a huge hit. And no one knew how easy and affordable they were to make.
As someone who make hundreds of swaps each year, I am always looking for a budget friendly idea. These SWAPS were made using a package of cellulose sponges I picked up at the local dollar store. Each 3×5 sponge made … Continue reading
The weather is cooler. The leaves are starting to fall. It must be camping season.
Recently a friend posted on FaceBook that she was looking for someone to make her a set of crocheted water balloons. This was the first time I heard that such a thing existed. She runs a daycare out of her … Continue reading
I love growing fresh herbs in my kitchen window. Herbs are one of the few plants I have been able to grow successfully. They are available all year-long and even if I manage to kill the plants (which happens more … Continue reading
According to the calendar it is officially spring. I know it may not seem like it based on the weather in some places, but the blooming Bradford Pear trees here in Texas confirm that spring is upon us. I recently … Continue reading
Need a quick personalized gift that suits a wide range of personalities without breaking the bank, give these a try.
While it is still cold outside, it is never too early to think about spring and work on AHG merit badges. My daughter recently completed her Home Decorating Merit Badge.