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Bubbles, Baseballs, Bread & a project

Ok so it's my 3rd post had a great productive morning!

I have been wanting to finish a little project I started a while ago using my Chalkboard paint!  Finally got around to it...

Snagged these wooden picture frames at AC Moore for a $ 1 each...figured they would be 
great for signage for parties etc....

Turned out cute!  Can't wait to use them...

Can you see the next party I am working on....My hubby is the coach for the TBall team and 
we are hosting the team BBQ in a few weeks...

Molly informed me of a craft she wanted to try that she saw on TV...all her doing...

I think it looks FAB

Zachary thought it would be cool to let the wind blow the bubbles today!  He sure did get some
big ones!  Neat idea!

My not to eatable bread! 8(   I was a on a role today, making 
cookies, pasta salad and homemade bread for a playdate
tomorrow...well something somewhere went wrong...not sure one will eat that hunk a crap

sure you look nice, but what is happening inside you today?  LOL


Lindsay said…
Yay for a super fun morning! Love the chalkboards! boo on the bread not turning out!
musicalmary said…
My bread did that the other day...the little blades weren't pushed in tight.

I am anxious to see tball party pics! I made baseball cupcakes for Grant's birthday and thoroughly impressed myself - ha!

Your house always looks like such FUN!
Michelle said…
Looks like a lot of fun was had by you guys!!
Tracy said…
I look forward to seeing your next party pics :) I love your daughter's leaf project!
Joyce said…
Thanks for stopping by Education Jump-Off. Love the chalk board idea and wondering if possibly the weather effected your bread, just a thought.

Peace, <><
Rebecca said…
OH...the BREAD! Yep....I get that about once/month. Just keep baking!!! Are you milling your wheat, too??? Would love to help you with that, if you aren't!
Hope all is well and you will 'bee' having tons more fun with your fun parties soon!
CraftCrave said…
Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [03 Jun 03:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria
melismama said…
HEHE Rebecca.....Thanks ladies...we try to have fun every day!

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