Hello everybody! I hope you guys are well. I wanted to show you another pin from, you guess it, www.pinterest.com, in which I used to make a paper heart garland as part of my anniversary centerpieces. I absolutely loved this paper idea and I knew I was going to incorporate it one way or another. Plus I had fun doing this project.
Pin with instructions (Thank you to the creator of this)
My version using turquoise and gold speckled cardstock. I used my Cricut paper trimmer and a paper clip to close the hearts into a circle.
I made 9 hearts in turquoise and 2 in gold, symbolizing a total of 11 years happily married and the 2 gold hearts for my daughters. 🙂
Hello everybody! I hope you guys are well. Did I ever mention that I love Pinterest? Oh I did, well I’m going to declare my love for this website (www.pinterest.com) once again because it’s ABSOLUTELY wonderful.
When I saw this pin for magazine gift bows, I thought, “Oh my gosh, I have to try this because if it works, I will never buy a gift bow again!” Guess what?
It worked! “I am never buying another gift bow again!”
I used a magazine page, turquoise cardstock, and the instructions from the pin above to make these pretty bows. I have to admit that I was so giddy after I made them. I know I’m a dork, but a very happy one. 🙂 So go ahead and follow these instructions (thank you very much to whoever made them) and make a gift bow yourself. It’ll put a smile on your face and keep your hard-earned money in your wallet (every penny counts). You’ll be showing some talent, making a gift pretty, and recycling. A win, win situation. Happy bow making!
Hello everybody! I hope you guys are well. I wanted to share the pin on www.pinterest.com that convinced me to start drinking green tea. Let me be honest with you, I’ve tried tea before, not green tea, flavored teas and I didn’t like them, but this pin was pretty convincing, especially the part where it says that it rehydrates you better than water and oh yeah, it prolongs your life.
So I thought, “What the heck! At least, give it a try.”
I bought several brands to taste out which one I would like best and so far this one is my favorite. It’s also available in organic, decaffeinated, and different flavors, but I’ll stick with the decaffeinated one for now.
I brew a quart (4 tea bags for 4 cups) a day, and add nothing to it. NOTHING, NADA, ZIP, ZILCH. When I told my sister how I drank the tea, she immediately said, “Yuck” and I could visualize her making that yuck face. 🙂 The taste is subtle, which is great for me because I’m still getting used to drinking it. I don’t necessarily like the after taste, but that doesn’t last long so I can deal with it. In the long run, if this gives my health a boost then I really have nothing to lose. Except, maybe some pounds and I’ll drink to that, HAPPILY. “Cheers!”