Doily and Paper Utensil Wrappers

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Hey everyone, Steph here again.  November is one of my favorite months--fall, my birthday, my son's birthday, Thanksgiving (this year they fall 3 days in a row!) and getting ready for Christmas.  That also makes it a super busy month.  Luckily, little touches make a big difference at a holiday dinner.  These silverware pockets are quick and inexpensive, and can be customized to fit any color scheme. Here's what you'll need: 4.5 inch … [Read more...]

Back to School Banner with Astrobrights Paper

Back to School Banner

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Astrobrights Papers by Neenah Paper for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.   My son is going to preschool in a few weeks and we're all so excited about it!  I wanted to do something to help celebrate the new venture in his life, so we made this fun little SCHOOL banner using Astrobrights paper.  And when school starts, he's going to take it to school and let the teacher hang it … [Read more...]

Paper Bag Exploring Journals

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 "No take-em, no want-em, gotta have blue beads, blue beads."  If you were ever in an elementary school production of TheBurly Crew, you know what song this is.  If you don't, then you might think I'm nuts.  It's a musical about the Lewis and Clark expedition and I remember all the way back to 4th grade, getting props ready for the play.  We cut out colorful paper handprints to make leaves on the trees, used blue fabric for the water and made … [Read more...]

18 Ways to Wrap a Present by Country Chic Cottage

Hello all!  I am Angie with The Country Chic Cottage.  I am so happy to be guest posting on Honeybear Lane today.  As I was scrambling to do my wrapping this past weekend, I had a wonderful idea for a post.  For all of you last minute wrappers (like me), here is a round up for great wrapping ideas from pinterest -- where else??  From rustic to elegant and everything in between.  Enjoy! Source: Good Housekeeping Source: A Creative … [Read more...]

Train Cards with Aleene’s Dry Adhesives

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I have another fun craft product review for you today...Aleene's Dry Adhesive.  What's one of the most annoying things when crafting?  Probably the glueing step, right?  It's either messy white glue or burning hot super glue or a glue stick that doesn't really stick. So I was really excited at all the amazing different kinds of adhesive they sent me to try out!  You can find these products at Michaels or www.ilovetocreate.com. I did a … [Read more...]