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It's That Time Again--Weekend Project List!

I just read that good bloggers always do a blog with list since they are easy for readers to follow. I think that lists are great if you get to at least finish one thing and cross it off! So here is my list for the weekend and lets see if I can cross anything off.

  1. I bought this big bag of ribbon for a steal and plan to make some more headbands once all my other supplies arrive (hopefully today or tomorrow) and put them in my Etsy shop.
     2. I bought these Vinyl Wall Graphics at Joann's for .97 and I don't have a specific plan for them yet, but there were too cute to pass up. Plus I bought some others that are various sizes of circles that might make some interesting wall art or collage.

   3. In less than a week, my two twin nephews will turn one year old. The Theme for the Birthday party is Sock Monkeys. Now we already have an awesome gift for each of them, but I would like to make something. I found this Monkey Patch and thought maybe I could duplicate it?Maybe, we'll see since the party is a week from Saturday and I always to this, I think of some great idea but only have a week to finish it and then rush thru it and it ends up looking like junk.

  4. Lastly is my home office area. Last weekend we tore this room apart and threw out a old area rug and closed up the futon,so it is more like a couch now. Well everything that we were storing under it and on it now needs a new home. Although all the stuff on it is keeping the mattress from springing open and making it have a permanent crease, it still needs to be taken care of this weekend.

That is is for my weekend list, hope yours is productive and you get to at least cross a few things off the list! Enjoy!

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  1. Stopping by from NFF...GL getting your list done! I'm interested to see what you come up with for the sock monkey party theme! I love sock monkeys and the stuff you can find is so cute!

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  2. Looks like you have a great plan for getting some things accomplished. I have been whittling away at my list all week. I am hoping to finish up tomorrow so I can start next week off fresh. Hope you start next week off the same :)

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  3. Hi! I'm stopping by from NFF as well...Hope you get all your weekend projects done with some time left over!

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