I am about three inches from throwing in the towel! I have been trying for two weeks now to get this next Toolbox Tuesday post out and have been foiled all along the way. I will try one more time tomorrow, and then it will just have to wait until summer is over and my whiny children are back in school!!!
It is really pretty bad. We have been out of school for just less than a month, and I am ready for them to go back. It was a little stressful to have them finish school and then move right in to a house full of work for me. Now they all want to be entertained all day...All meaning Emmalee, and everyone else has things...blah, blah, blah.
I will just stop there.
No more complaining.
So, the picture above is a hair flower I made last month during my 30 in 30, but Emmalee WORE the flower to preschool graduation and then lost it :0)
I finally unpacked her bag from the night and found it smooshed in the bottom. I totally LOVE this flower! My favorite color is yellow, and I am totally digging the combo of yellow and turquoise this summer. Now that I finally found the flower, I need to figure out an outfit I can wear it with :0}
While trying to push that ToolBox post through the door tonight, I found this box of various hair bow bits and pieces. As I dug down to the bottom of the pile, I found all these flowers! I made them in Phoenix this time last year just before we moved to South Dakota. I don't think I ever showed them to you, so here you go!
At the time I was racking my brain trying to come up with a different way to use fake flowers in hair flowers. Some were a bit of a stretch, but some turned out pretty cute.
These are the one's I am not sure about. They are cute enough, I just don't know if I would pick them to purchase if I were given another choice...hmmmm...
Then I have the corker bows. Some are on flowers, some with bows from the stash. Cute. I think my original intention was to make a rainbow of corkers so that we always had a matching bow. This is as far as I got. Guess I will have to tackle the pile up above and finish off the rainbow...eventually :0)
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