Make...for a future niece someday! Except I always thought the frog was kind of mean!
Schroeder: I always thought Beethoven was a native of Minnesota!
Always thought it was kind of a pointless Pokemon, but very beautiful. Definitely a lovely outfit.
mentally filing for someday to make with my niece - so cute! I wonder if I could convince the nephew... hmmm... :)
Burberry Brit Fitted Check Dress - Considering she was given the Scottish title - Countess of Strathearn, a tartan dress is always appropriate for the Duchess, I mean Countess. :)
I've always thought that the AG sleeping bag(& pillow) was cool. Now instead of buying it, I can make it!!!
lovely things to wear
web stats app by Matthias Mentasti, via Behance *** " I’m that kind of person who always wants to be informed about his web statistics. So since I got my first iPhone, Ego App was the app I used most. The problem with ego was that it only supported a few webservices/websites. No Behance or Dribbble, no Facebook or Instagram. After ego even reomved some services I thought it is time for a new and better app to display your web statistics. "
OH MY GOODNESS I always thought it was odd that there's one kids left, they all find love except the nerdy kid. I never realized this. love.
“I always thought that video was music for the eyes” – Contemporary And
I always thought Meredith Salenger was a beautiful woman.
I've always thought clover was pretty. When I see a huge clump of clover I want to look for a 4 leaf one. Makes me smile.
This looks so bright and happy except for mello and Matt they just look shocked ..... But I thought death note was suppose to be dark and well have explosions. Am I the only one who wants to make explosions ?
I love most of this and commend the thought behind it but it wreaks of bitterness. It all depends on your prince. I have never been told, "Go make a sandwich." and if that was the kind of person Zach was then I wouldn't have married him. I'm not a servant. I'm not his mother. I am married. I am his equal. I am a feminist. Scorning men doesn't make you a feminist. Period.
Randy's Slow Cooker Ravioli Lasagna | "I usually make my ravioli in the oven but thought I would give this method a shot. Worked fantastic in my 5 quart slow cooker and was ready in 3 hours. I also layered the cheese with right in before cooking. It turned out nice and cheesy, the stringy kind of goodness! I admit I didn't have high hopes for this - never do with any slow cooker recipe. But this one didn't disappoint. " -KGora
food food food
I had a few old pallets and wanted to make a toy box for my niece. Took me a while, hands covered in varnish and a few splinters but was pleased with the results. I have learnt a lot and…
Kids capes- the latest request from my niece is for a cape. Maybe I will make one of these for her birthday!
Crafty with sewing
Forever Decorating!: Another surprise project. My builder stopped by with two old windows. He said that I am always doing something with old stuff so he thought that I could make something with them. I asked for two more, (luckily he had them in a dumpster) and I was able to make this garden cupola with the help of my young and cute, handy dandy handyman.
Hi Guys, it was this kind of thing I was thinking of for the posters, thought it would clearly show both the mature and childlike aspect of our idea to show the difference in technology use between generations.
what to bring to the hospital when you have a baby-- I thought this list was pretty accurate and am pinning for future hospital stays!
I always thought a beauty blender was for a sheer finish! I need to look into this..
I kind of thought he's real name was Bruno Mars the holl time but is actually Peter Gene Hernandez :/
Have you ever heard of a Scandinavian tomte? It's kind of like a cross between a brownie and Santa Claus, and is a popular motif in Sweden, Norway and Denmark around the holidays. They remind me of gnomes (and I love gnomes) in appearance, and I've always wanted to make some tomte Christmas ornaments for our tree. I finally decided that this was the year!