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TT &J projects

Nursery Decor and More!

A couple of weeks ago, I did a post for Tater Tots and Jello with a paper line that was sent to me.  I chose to do some Nursery Decor and more!

I was so honored to be a part of her fun challenge to see what I could make with the fun box of goodies  that she sent to me…it was just like Christmas when I opened the box!

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4-Wheeling Weekend

Happy Monday everyone!  

I hope that you all had a great Easter Weekend and got to enjoy at least part of it with your family and those that you love.  I really enjoyed watching General Conference for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints this weekend and I feel renewed and ready to go forth again!  I also enjoyed watching the mini series-“AD The Bible Continues.”  I loved the first show…what do you think about it?

My husband and I have a property in Upton, Utah.  It is a hunting property that has tons of roads and trails to explore on!  Our family loves to go up there to look for deer, go fishing, hiking,  having picnics, exploring, hunting for horn sheds, and to ride the ATV’s!4-wheeling in Upton-spring 2015 Continue reading


Spring Painted Vases and Printable Tags!

This a post that I posted a couple of weeks ago over at I Should Be Mopping the Floor, but wanted to share it with you here!

 Well, I think that it is officially Spring here.  Well, maybe not officially, but it is snowing or raining one day and beautiful sunshine the next, so isn’t that the definition of spring? I love when the flowers start popping out of the ground and there is hope of the warmer weather coming.  But, sometimes I just cannot wait for it to come, so I decided to bring it in a little bit earlier with my Spring in a bottle(s)!


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Painted Mason Jars

When I did the visiting teaching handout for this month I pictured it with a painted mason jar.  These are so easy to make and all you need is a bottle and some spray paint and of course some cute ribbon!  These are perfect for a vase for flowers from your garden or a bunch from the grocery store. I just went outside in my yard and picked these Shasta Daisies, I had the jars, ribbon and paint so this project cost me nothing out of pocket to make.  Bonus! Continue reading