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Ideas for Mother's Day...

Hey friends!

If your looking for something to make your mom for Mother's Day, here's something a little crafty you can do. 

Reason's why its a good idea:
1. Its homemade, which shows that you put thought and time into it
2. You spend under $20
3. Its something they'll keep forever 

Picture Time!

1. Pick out what base paint you want to show through the cracks. I painted two picture frames that's why there's two colors.
2. Paint your picture frame
 3. Once your picture frame is painted and dry, slab on this crackle paint. It's real easy and you don't have to be careful with it.
 4. Once the crackle clear paint is dry, choose what you want your top color to be. I chose off white. Its really not as yellow as it looks in the picture.


And that's it! Real simple and fun. The picture frame on the right has brown paint and the left frame has blue.

Piant: $1-2 a pc
Brushes: $1 for a pkg of 4
Frames: $3 a pc
Crackle paint: (I think) $4
Photos: $1 a pc

Everything was purchased at WalMart

Update on the move: Go with They're not as expensive and they're friendly. Of course U Haul did say that they would match prices, but I was so pleased with Penske I'll just stick with them.



  1. Love your blog, Liz! Keep it up :). But who is MJRene? --- from Guppy

    1. Thank you! I actually enjoy this more then I thought I would. And thank you again, you just gave me an idea on what to write about next... HOORAY for new ideas :)


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