I originally made this tutorial for another blog and figured it was about time I shared on my own blog. I love this project. It’s so easy and cheap, my two favorite things. I’ve mentioned before that I’m a “hoarder” of crafting supplies. I only had to purchase the actual wreath ($2.99) and ribbon ($1). I’m using the wreath as part of the decorations for my daughters 1st birthday party.
Jessica from Candy Curls Bowtique has kind enough to do a last minute interview for CCM. She’s a very good friend and I’ve known her since elementary school. She is such an amazing mother to her daughter and creates the most darling accessories for little girls. Check out the interview! Click here for her shop I’m so exciting to feature you! Tell the readers of CCM a little bit about yourself.Hi everyone!
I realized that I haven’t posted anything about myself recently. I know, bad blogger. I’ve been so busy with my shop and the million other little projects I have going on. Maybe not a million, but at least ten (I wish I was kidding). Although my spontaneous crafting projects drive my husband crazy, this is one he approves of. Check out the alphabet wall art I made for my daughter’s
For those of you who don’t already know, I’m half Korean. I’m a military brat who was born in Korea and spent a large portion of my adolescence there. I LOVE KOREAN FOOD! My mother taught me most of the recipes I use for the Korean dishes I make, but certain ingredients are considered “top secret”. I’ll let you in on MY secret. I make the recipes all the time
A few years ago, you’d never find me in a thrift store or consignment shop. I’d pick up a few things here and there off of Craigslist, but never stepped foot into a Goodwill until my hubby started pushing for me to go with him. My husband and I are not huge spenders, so when I started embracing thrift stores and finding what my husband likes to call “gems”, we’ve