One of the reasons I started my blog was because there were times I found something on the internet I just wanted to let others know about. This is one of those times. If you are looking for Christmas Tags, go check Kim’s post out. There is a style or color for everyone.
If you are take any photographs at all, even if you do not consider yourself a photographer, go check out this free e-book, Craft & Vision: 11 Ways to Improve Your Photography. It is a stunning book of amazing photos and tips on how to improve your photos.
I know there are less than 2 weeks before Thanksgiving, but if you are still in need of a Thanksgiving Printable go to Eighteen 25 Blog for a really cute printable in two different colors.
I am a little slow, but I finally took down my spring display (we had such a short spring here in ND.) I want to show you my 4th of July display. Actually this display stays up the entire month of July because I love the USA and red, white and blue.
The angel candlesticks were found at a garage sale. The metal stars and the star box were found at Real Deals last year. The candle wrap was a printable from Poppies at Play. There were a few different wraps from which to choose. I printed mine at 7×5 and wrapped a white candle; so simple. Go here is you want to get these printables and check out the rest of the blog. Some great inspiration abounds.
In the above close up, you can see the plaque a little better. One of the many blogs I follow is Just Another Hang Up. Every month since last September Suzanne posts a free printable the size of a 6×6 plaque. The plaques are easy to print on patterned paper. I layered the printable on white cardstock and then glued it to the plaque that I painted a Thunderbolt Blue. Go here to get the information on how to get the July printable.
Do you decorate for the 4th?