Hey Blogga friends.
Man, I've missed you.
Unfortunately...I haven't done any crafting recently. Things have been crazy around here. My dad (and favorite person in the Universe) passed away suddenly (he was only 56) last month. My heart is seriously aching and I haven't felt like doing much lately.
Great. Now I'm a big snotty mess again.
But... If you ever want to check in with me, though...You can find me over on my family blog being all depressing and stuff...And posting pictures of the girl, of course.
In more exciting news...I'm the new printables gal over at Making the World Cuter. I'll be posting a fun digital freebie (whether its something to use online or a fun printable!) twice a month. So seriously--Be on the look out. Tiffany has some great ladies lined up as contributors, so be sure to become a follower of hers (if you aren't already) so you don't miss a thing!
And last! I have gotten a lot of emails asking about my baseball wreath from the party. I assume because opening weekend is coming up?
Unfortunately, I don't have any pictures of the process. But, hopefully I can explain it pretty well? It was super easy.
What you need:
-Little toy baseballs (I bought mine at Party Land in the party favors section. They are just little balls filled with batting)
-Hot glue and hot glue gun.
-Wreath form (I got mine at dollar tree)
-Ribbon (mine was red)
Step one: Wrap your ribbon around (and hot glue it to) your wreath so that the foam doesn't show at all.
Step two: Start gluing your baseballs on.
Step three: Keep gluing baseballs!
Step four: Hang your wreath.