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Crazy Little Love Birds Link Party #9

Hello everyone! I hope this message finds you in wonderful spirits. How have you been spending your time lately? Personally, I am thrilled to share that we are almost finished with the repairs on our house. While home improvement projects can be quite enjoyable, they can also be quite overwhelming at times. As the weather has cooled down, we are anticipating a freeze tonight that will continue into Saturday. Before the freeze sets in, we need to blow out the sprinklers and tidy up my garden. Moving on, let's discuss some of the wonderful highlights from last week's party.  Congratulations to our featured bloggers This link party is possible because of all of you. I am so grateful. Thank you to each and every one of you who entered last week's party.  Jennifer from Life Tales Books shared how taking the time to preserve pictures is a wonderful form of self-care and all of the benefits it offers.  The Best Self-Care You've Never Thought Of Patty from Life is Better Lakes

Crafting Personalized Thanksgiving Place Cards with Air Dry Clay and Pie Stamps

Hey there! I am thrilled to introduce you to an exciting Thanksgiving craft that will add a wonderful touch to your holiday table. This project involves using air-dry clay and pie stamps to create personalized and unique place cards. Do not worry, I will provide you with a step-by-step guide throughout the entire process. Additionally, we will use paint, twine, and a brown paper bag to give our place cards a festive feel.  Materials needed Pie stamps which can be obtained from Joann's Acrylic paint  Air-dry clay A hole puncher Paintbrush Wooden beads Twine A brown paper bag (or any other material you prefer to use as a template), one pencil, and scissors. Working with air clay Begin by flattening the air-dry clay, using either your hands or a roller. Once the clay has been flattened, use the pie stamps to press your desired design into the clay. Following the stamping process, remove any excess clay around the outer edge of the stamp and use the stamp press to release your clay des


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