Christmas Blocks

I've been taking a little ME time and visiting other blogs for inspiration and definitely admiration. Right now Hero Arts is having a Blog Hop that is incredible. I would certainly suggest you hop to as many blogs as you can. Start at Hero Arts and enjoy the release of their new Hero Arts catalog!

Another fun spot I visit is Ali Edwards blog. A few posts back she had pulled out some building blocks to make a piece a cut home decor. I have some small blocks so away I go at painting, spritzing and gluing. Mine does not even resemble her blocks. But the inspiration was from Ali none-the-less.

Distress Crackle Paint
Core'dinations Black Magic
Cuttlebug and their embossing folders
Grungeboard, plain and letters
Heidi Grace stamps
Rock Candy Stickles
Alcohol ink
Prima flowers
REAL peppermint chips (sealed and tops with stickles)
Fragments, tags
number charms

This finishes my fireplace mantel. I just need to add the stockings and I'll get a photo.

Have you signed up for Homemade Families? It's Free and Fun. The last post addressed a few questions. Feel free to send me an email with any questions you might have. You can sign up for 52 weeks of Homemade Families by sending me an email with your name, email address, and your "internet signature."

Debby's Dream Studio Sale is still happening. You can see the coupon codes on the home page of DDS. Today is

7gyspies Day

The prices are unreal and you can still use one of your coupons on your order!

Gratitude List
1. God's Word and His inspiration
2. Friends who care and pray
3. my dad, miss you Pop
4. celebration of Christmas
5. God's love for this chid


  1. totally rocking project. I love it.

    I'd love to make that for a teacher's gift for teacher appreciation week.Where did you find the blocks?

  2. Great project! And 22 days in a row is an accomplishment! :)

  3. they look great! love the crackel paint and the look of the snow...22 days! WTG!!!

  4. Cute!

    Love your gratitude list.

  5. congrats on your blog consistency!


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