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A Woodlands Themed Mantle

This is our first Christmas season in our home, and I couldn't wait to decorate a mantle for the

Camp Will

I along with the other guests not only survived our camping experience last night, we relished in it! Jen and Jason out did themselves yet again. Their backyard was transformed into a kid friendly campsite full of tents, hot dogs, and of course s'mores! Thanks for a delightful evening and that precious baby boy of yours. So can I cross camping off of my bucket list?


Easy Holiday iron on transfers

It's as easy as 1- 2- 3!

Just go to www.marcylauren.etsy.com to purchase your design

Open Microsoft word or another word processing program, insert the image and then drag the corners to resize to the desired height.
and print onto Avery dark t-shirt transfer paper sold at Walmart.

Step 1: Cut the design out

Step 2: Peel the back off

Step 3: Position the transfer onto the shirt making sure it is straight

Step 4 and 5: Cover with the tissue paper provided, and then iron on no steam pressing firmly for 3 minutes or so moving the iron around to cover the entire image.

Step 6: Allow the shirt to cool and then peel off tissue paper......and you are done!!!!
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Give Thanks Banner

A simple way to show your gratitude.

Start with a roll of packing paper or a brown paper grocery bag.

Cut rectangles, squares, triangles...really any shape you would like. I crumbled my rectangles to add a little texture to the banner. I also didn't cut out identical rectangles, but if you are a closet perfectionist, go right ahead!

Now start gluing on your letters. You could cut your letters out of fall inspired scrapbook paper, or use pre-cut letters. I happened to have multiple alphabets of letters due to a scrapbook store going out of business sale years ago. They have been collecting dust in a closet, and they were the inspiration for making a banner.

If you crumble your brown paper, you will find that the letters don't want to be glued down. So use a weight on each rectangle for a couple of minutes.

I've learned that it is virtually impossible to take nice pictures in our dining room, but here is the idea. The banner is MUCH cuter in person (if I do say so myself). Oh and those curtains were less than $14 a panel at Wal-mart. Yes, I have been to Wal-mart for all you naysayers!

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