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Thursday, May 27th, 2010 | Link to this Post

"My mama said to never play with matches..."

This post is dedicated to Lulu :)

Have you guys seen fabric floral necklaces Zoloft Mg, . They seem to be becoming a very popular accessory, at least in the handmade world :)

Well, online buying Zoloft hcl, it's the end of the school year and teacher appreciation gifts are in order. Zoloft street price, So I decided to make a poppy-flower necklace (in addition to the main gift) for one of the teachers, and in the process, took some pictures to post as a tutorial for you, order Zoloft online c.o.d. It's very easy... Where can i buy Zoloft online, as long as you know how to cut a circle and like to play with matches ;) you can do this.

The Poppy Flower Necklace (No sewing machine required!)

You will need:

- 1/2 yard polyester (I like apparel linings from Jo-Ann's) [photo 1]
- some bling buttons or beads [photo 2]
- needle and thread
- scissors
- matches, lighter, and/or tea light
- satin ribbon


1, Zoloft Mg. Cut out 6 to 7 circles in graduating sizes [photo 3].
2, online Zoloft without a prescription. Set up your tea light (if you don't have one, Discount Zoloft, you can just use and hold a lighter in one hand... but it's much easier with a tea light or candle) [photo 4]
3. Zoloft Mg, Burn/melt the circumference of each circle, passing the edge quickly through the "glow" of the flame (don't pass it through the flame itself). Your edges should start turning black and curl a little, Zoloft from canada. This step is neat as it serves two purposes: One, Zoloft canada, mexico, india, to curl the fabric and two, to prevent the edges from fraying [photos 5 and 6].
4, no prescription Zoloft online. Layer your circle "petals" on top of each other so that the largest one is on the bottom. Make three, or however many you want [photo 7, 8, and 9], Zoloft Mg. Taking Zoloft, 5. Using the needle and thread, secure the layers of your petals through the center [photo 10]
6, kjøpe Zoloft på nett, köpa Zoloft online. Without pulling the thread and needle out, After Zoloft, attach/sew your bling button or bead [photo 11].
7. Zoloft Mg, Do this for all three [photo 12].
8, Zoloft images. Sew your poppies onto the ribbon. Zoloft samples,

How I thread my needle

1. Cut a piece of thread and fold it in half so that one end is looped [photo 1] and the other is not [photo 2].
2, Zoloft Mg. Thread the "un-looped" ends through the eye of the needle [photo 3] and pull until the looped end is longer than the un-looped ends [photo 4], Zoloft overnight.

How I secure and make the first stitch

1. Pass your needle through, but not all the way. You want to preserve a small loop [photo 1]. Zoloft Mg, 2. Make a small stitch right next to where you just came out [photo 2] and thread back to where you first entered, passing the needle through the loop as you do so [photo 3]. Now you have a clean first stitch. No more messy knots.

Now go make some of these easy peasy poppies and use them on sash belts, hair clips, clothing...

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Thursday, March 11th, 2010 | Link to this Post

Oh Happy Day!

So as mentioned in yesterday's post, today was Charissa's first day of preschool. To "commemorate" this oh-so-very-important day, she picked out a girly pink and white outfit. She even let me put her hair up in pigtails without any whining or bribing from me:

You can't really see it in this picture, but she's wearing a purple Dora backpack that I bought for my younger sister 3 years ago. Funny how it all worked out. I never imagined that my own baby would be using/wearing items I bought for my sister... (For those of you who don't know, my little sister is 19 years younger than me. Go figure :))

With both Calvin and Charissa at school now, I have the mornings free for spending quality time with my porky (a.k.a. baby Stephen) and the treadmill (For me, those last 10 pounds of baby fat are the most difficult to get rid of... and I'm eager to be able to wear my pre-pregnancy pants again without having to zip halfway and loop a hair tie around the button :p). It also gave me a little time today to find this:

Now, I'm not a big jewelry person. The only jewelry I wear is my wedding band, engagement ring, watch (that Jeremy bought for me - isn't he so nice :)), and on occasion, my J.Crew gold-plated bangle (that I got for $10). I've been meaning to get a pearl necklace for some time so I'd have something to wear to weddings and other special events, but never quite found anything I really liked that carried a price tag I was willing to swallow. I'm also not the type of person who buys on impulse... or buys stuff just because it's on clearance (with the exception of Target... sometimes... when it's like dirt cheap...) I like to sleep on my "cart" before taking the plunge. But when I saw this necklace... Well, let's just say it was exactly what I was looking for :) If you like this necklace also, go to this blog and submit your comment for a chance to win this giveaway! On a final note, the title of my post reminds me of the lines from a certain praise song that goes, "Oh happy day! When Jesus washed... my sins away!"

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