Friday, December 2, 2011

Home Again

It has been quite a week - I hope you have been enjoying the posts this week.  If you are a relatively new reader of my blog, you may have seen some things that were new to you.  If you have been following me for a while, I hope you enjoyed seeing a few of these ideas again.

This is a simple idea that I first saw in Family Fun magazine.  Three candy canes make a great little easel.  I never seem to eat the candy canes we have in the house so I usually have some "aged" candy canes around that I can use for crafts.  You can read about this candy cane craft and see some ways to use it at THIS POST.

We'll be flying home today - I know that I will have lots of email and messages to catch up with this weekend.  I am eager to get back to my craft room and make use of some of the inspiration from this trip for new projects.

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  1. Great idea! I'm sure I saw this last year but I just forgot about it. I always have candy canes left over and I don't eat them. Thanks for the reminder on what to do with them.

  2. Maybe when you have tome to take a deep breath, you may have time to answer this question. I have looked at several places and have been unable to locate the MS punch that people have making using to make the wreaths on cards--the pine branch punch.
    Do you know if there is an equivalent item on one of the Cricut Cartridge?
    If you are able to answer this I would really appreciate it.
    Thanks in advance, katie

  3. What a cool idea, Dianne! Gonna have to borrow this one. I don't eat the candy canes during the holidays either but I get them from others.

  4. A brilliant idea Diane - we don't eat the Candy Canes either - why do we insist on buying them year after year - because they look great on the tree....LOL Now I know what to do with them.... Hugs x

    Hope you are keeping well... x


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