Favorite Finds for Week 19 of 2010

Mini Rootbeer Float Cupcakes
I loved this idea from Gourmet Mom on the Go's website...and she used shot glasses for them, but also suggested votive holders too. Wouldn't this be a darling idea for a party?? Check out her step-by-step directions and photos.
Teacher Appreciation Gifts
Luckily I have jr. high kids and we don't have to worry too much about this anymore. But I do have some friends that have been asking me for ideas. Here's a couple super easy gift ideas that you can even include you kids in making them!


Build a Custom Frame
I'm a huge fan of Saw Dust and Paper Scraps blog since she's a woman after my own hear...one who owns more power equipment then her husband and doesn't wait around for her man to build her something. These cute frame she created look simple enough and I've seen them in high end home decor stores for a lot more money then she spent!
Felt Dahlia Corsage
You have to take a moment and go check out how Megan from Not Martha created these amazing felt flowers. Talk about patience and amazing talent!!
Proclamation Overlay Tutorial (Photoshop)
I loved this idea over at Sew Dang Cute blog and figured many of you would love it as well. If you don't have Photoshop, then you should find a friend (not me...LOL) that can do this for you. Wouldn't it be the perfect wedding gift??

Tia's Rolled Flowers
Love this layout and love the rolled flowers even more. Tia Bennett was featured on the CK Blog and shows how to make these easy flowers out of paper and fabric. I also love that crafters are back to using their glue guns more for crafting...much faster and easier to use!!

Towel Beach Bag
What would a Favorite Finds Week be without a sewing project!! What a fun idea that was posted over at the Idea Room's blog. Super each and my daughter is already bugging me to help her make a few!

Tatter Flower Die Cut Flower
This card for sure caught my eye and I had to know how the designer, Debbie Olson created this beautiful card and flower. So after a little blog hopping I found a great tutorial on the CLASSroom blog.






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