I thought I would share a fun project I completed this weekend. I love to crochet. But, I cannot complete long projects, these days, due to a shoulder injury. So, when I find a quick project, I jump on it. I was wanting to come up with a Valentine craft I could create and use to decorating my home. This crochet project fit the bill! Of course, I found it on Pinterest! I think it the heart garland turned out super cute. I had to share!
HERE is a LINK to the crochet heart garland FREE PATTERN found on http://sarahndipities.indiemade.com website.
What do you think? It was a quick project and a super easy pattern to follow.
Do you crochet? What is your favorite craft medium?
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Sorry… you will have to humor me today. I am feeling a little blue as the reality sinks in that my 5 year old will soon be entering Kindergarten. Our first day of school is August 15th. UGH! That is right around the corner!!! Kindergarten orientation is next week. What’s the big deal? Well… this is my one and only… growing up and entering school. No more spending the day as we like, going to the zoo or park all day. She will be in school all day! Grace and I just returned from our school supply shopping. That really brought it home! Then, to top it off, I checked the mail and we received the “welcome” letter from her new teacher. Yes – it has hit me like a 2×4 right across the chin…….
Now I sit down to write my TMTT post and I am at a loss. So, if you will humor me – I am going to share a post I first published in August 2009 when Gracie was just over 2 years old. Oh what a cutie she was and still is. I hope you enjoy our little adventure in the kitchen. And, thanks again for humoring me during my pity party moment…
Now to my fun time with Grace. I wanted to share some of her thoughts and exclamations through our cooking adventure.
“Mom is using this pretty bow to hide the clutter on the counter top. I don’t care about the mess. I am having fun and making memories.”
Rice Krispies Treat Recipe:
- 3 tablespoons butter or margarine
- 1 package (10 oz., about 40) regular marshmallows
- - OR -
- 4 cups miniature marshmallows
- 6 cups Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies® cereal
I can’t finish this post without a current picture of my little princess. I took this picture last week as we were traveling back from our Texas vacation….
Princess Grace at 5 yrs and ready for Kindergarten.
Do you have a special kitchen memory with your child? As always, I appreciate you linking up to TMTT.