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Little Blue Girl – Victorian Scrap

I wanted to share a cute Little Blue Girl ¬†- Victorian Scrap with you today: I have made her into a PNG-file (transparent background). The file is not very large, but I hope you will find a good home for her in one of your projects ūüôā Digital scrapbooking comes to mind...lol Find your¬†high quality… Continue reading Little Blue Girl – Victorian Scrap

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Princess Sofia of Sweden – DIY GRATTIS Bunting

I have just watched Queen Victoria's 3xgreat grandson¬†Prince Carl Philip of Sweden marry his beloved Sofia Hellqvist: Sofia Hellqvist was made Princes of Sweden upon her marriage. "Grattis" is the Swedish word for congratulations. So if you are like me, you might want to welcome¬†the new Princess and celebrate the Swedish Royal Wedding with my… Continue reading Princess Sofia of Sweden – DIY GRATTIS Bunting

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Antique Seed Catalog Reinvented – 1906 Lippincott Can Planter

My series of Can Planters continues! Here is one with the¬†1906 Lippincott Seed Catalog, I used the front and back pages for either side of the can: The instructions repeated: INSTRUCTIONS One rough coat of white chalk paint (yes, I finally came up with a frugal alternative to Annie Sloan, I will tell you all… Continue reading Antique Seed Catalog Reinvented – 1906 Lippincott Can Planter

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Antique Seed Catalog Reinvented – 1905 Lippincott Can Planter

My series of Can Planters continues! Here is one with the¬†1905 Lippincott Seed Catalog, I used the front and back pages for either side of the can: The instructions repeated: INSTRUCTIONS One rough coat of white chalk paint (yes, I finally came up with a frugal alternative to Annie Sloan, I will tell you all… Continue reading Antique Seed Catalog Reinvented – 1905 Lippincott Can Planter

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Antique Seed Catalog Reinvented – 1908 Lippincott Can Planter

My series of Can Planters continues! Here is one with the¬†1908 Lippincott Seed Catalog, I used the front and back pages for either side of the can: And the instructions repeated: INSTRUCTIONS One rough coat of white chalk paint (yes, I finally came up with a frugal alternative to Annie Sloan, I will tell you… Continue reading Antique Seed Catalog Reinvented – 1908 Lippincott Can Planter

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Antique Seed Catalog Reinvented – 1899 Lippincott Can Planter

In my opinion, Miss Lippincott had some of the cutest graphics on her Seed Catalogs, so my series of Can Planters continues! Here is one with the¬†1899 Lippincott Seed Catalog, I used the front and back pages for either side of the can: The instructions repeated: INSTRUCTIONS One rough coat of white chalk paint (yes,… Continue reading Antique Seed Catalog Reinvented – 1899 Lippincott Can Planter

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Antique Seed Catalog Reinvented – 1901 Lippincott Can Planter

Today there is ¬†a Can Planter with the¬†1901 Lippincott Seed Catalog, I used the front and back pages for either side of the can: The instructions repeated: INSTRUCTIONS One rough coat of white chalk paint (yes, I finally came up with a frugal alternative to Annie Sloan, I will tell you all about it in… Continue reading Antique Seed Catalog Reinvented – 1901 Lippincott Can Planter

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Antique Seed Catalog Reinvented – 1898 Lippincott Can Planter

Today there is ¬†a Can Planter with the¬†1898 Lippincott Seed Catalog, I used the front and back pages for either side of the can: The instructions repeated: INSTRUCTIONS One rough coat of white chalk paint (yes, I finally came up with a frugal alternative to Annie Sloan, I will tell you all about it in… Continue reading Antique Seed Catalog Reinvented – 1898 Lippincott Can Planter

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Antique Seed Catalog Reinvented – 1902 Lippincott Can Planter

Did you think I made only 3 Can Planters? Nope, I made more...lol! Here is one with the¬†1902 Lippincott Seed Catalog, I used the front and back pages for either side of the can: And the instructions repeated: INSTRUCTIONS One rough coat of white chalk paint (yes, I finally came up with a frugal alternative… Continue reading Antique Seed Catalog Reinvented – 1902 Lippincott Can Planter

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June 6th: Swedish National Day – DIY GRATTIS Bunting

Are you celebrating the Swedish¬†National Day, June 6th? If so you might¬†like a quick bunting to hang for your party: "Grattis" is the Swedish word for congratulations. I don't know if the Swedes actually say "grattis" during the National Day celebrations, but the word is very typically Swedish, and they'll use it for a-n-y-t-h-i-n-g that… Continue reading June 6th: Swedish National Day – DIY GRATTIS Bunting