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FALL THEMED IDEAS

 



          Hi, I have been working on some fall themed ideas using my cricut, dollar tree signs, and wood. It has been so much fun to see what I can come up with. What with all the rain we are having, I hate to go outside with my dog. I have been spending more time in my craft room. I am trying not to watch TV so much. I'm also workjing on my Etsy shop. So far I have only put on 2 listings. www.esty.com/SjCountrycraftsStudio

I will be adding more, I was on Etsy befor but had to stop because of medical issues and taking care of mom and a job was too demanding but necessary. It was worth it because we became so close, I really miss her.




 

 


  


 Just a few of the thing I have been working on


Comments

Kippi O'Hern said…
Great fall/Thanksgiving craft ideas.
Have a great week,
Kippi
Ps. Thank you for hosting the OMHG linky party.

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