How many games of BINGO does someone need you ask? Well I buy any BINGO and Scrabble games that I see when we're out junquing. I love to use the letters and the cards for my paper crafts. A lot of new scrapbook lines make reproductions of these game pieces, but I prefer to use the real thing.
I'm always on the look out for vintage goodies like the small tart tins above. They are so easy to turn into Christmas ornies. Speaking of Christmas...see how easily I can bring up the subject of Christmas:)
Happy Rudolph Day (the 25th of each month)! The weather has turn cold and windy again, so I'm sitting here with a hot cup of coffee while I look at my list. I'm trying to decide what handmade gifts I'll make this year.
Magical Holiday Home has a lot of great craft ideas if you're looking for something fun. Deciding early in the year makes it easier to find the items (that you'll need to create your gifts) on sale. It's also an excuse to make another list:)
I'll probably pop in a Christmas DVD this afternoon to watch/listen to while I look at all the recipes that I clipped out of this year's Christmas mags. I'll keep the ones that still appeal to me and add them to my Christmas recipe file. I won't wait till Christmas to try them. I wouldn't want to make something new and have it be a flop on the actual holiday.
I may do homemade mustard as gifts this year. It's fairly inexpensive and delish. I'll have to see what else strikes me. I have a little over half of Mr OP's "50 Days to 50" gifts. I'll give the first one to him on March 31st - that's 50 day's before the big 5-0.
I'm really excited about the whole project. I think it's because it's a secret and I'm not good at keeping secrets. I have to mail the manila tags (for his "Remember When" book) out on Monday to family and friends who I haven't seen yet. I'm asking that they get them back to me by May 1st at the latest - this should give me plenty of time to put the book together.
Well my sweet friend have a wonderful weekend!