|Completely wrong, but oh so good!|
The weekend is here! Let’s start it off with the Top 10 List. Grab a cool drink, sit back, and enjoy.
The first thing I do when I wake up is turn on the Today Show. I listen while I get ready for work. The biggest news story this morning left me speechless. While trying to understand why such things happen I decided to find something inspirational regarding life and the struggles we all face from time to time. Click here for 40 Lessons for Finding Strength in Hard Times. Pass it along to others.
Have you ever come across a cool shirt only to find that it was too big? I find the most interesting men’s graphic tshirts. I can do simple alterations, but I just may have to try this one.
Fellow crafters, do you follow Amy Anderson (@modpodgerocks) on Twitter? Today she shared this project. It doesn’t get any easier than this. I’m adding this to my list of things to do this weekend. Check out Amy’s blog for more inspiration.
Lisa, CEO of Evolution Revolution, has a love for vintage clothing that was passed along from her grandmother. Her mission embraces recycling clothing as a supporter of the Eco-chic movement. She can match you with both contemporary and Vintage Designer goods. Her blog is full of inspiration through music, must haves, styling tips, and so much more.
Have you heard of these two talented musicians, Jack Conte and Nataly Dawn? Together they are Pomplamoose. I would love to see them live someday.
Espresso Marshmallows. Need I say more?
Are you up for a DIY project this weekend? Create your own mushrooms for the garden. Everyday items that you can pick up at your local thrift store. I’ve also heard people state that they use the E6000 Adhesive.
I have yet to try a glaze recipe for sugar cookies. I usually cheat and buy the frosting from the store and add food coloring (please don’t tell). It is Christmas in July, right? A good reason to pull out the cookie cutters. Perhaps we’ll get a break from the heat and I can turn the oven on.
My most treasured possession from the 80s.
Until the next word…