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2012/11/22

Passion Parade Link Soiree and No Decal DIY Glass design

Hello world!
So Thanksgiving is over. What's  next? Is it in your family tradition to go on black Friday frenzy? Did you get some great deals?
Those great deals were so tempting, but i just couldnt afford to spend more than I make. Though I decided not to be a part of midnight chaos, I will still have to witness the aftermath tomorrow at work.
But before I set off at work, i want to leave you with a little project i made.
I was looking at my inexpensive diy tablepiece and i couldnt help but think, it needed something more!
So with an acrylic paint on my hand and a stamp on the other, i had an idea!
I used a faded text background rubber stamp with black acrylic as ink and let it dry. Expect this is temporary, at least i could erase or change the design anytime.
Do you have recent project to share?
Here are the featured linkers from last week's Passion Parade!

Check out this romantic and cozy little reading nook by Trisha of
Glass Slippers and all Sorts of Stuff. Her little corner is just so dreamy!


Meeha Meeha really did a great job on her first crochet pillow! Hop on to her link and learn the tutorial. This is a cute gift idea!
I love this cute penny rug idea by Connie of SadieLooHoo. Sometimes I've been naughty sometimes that I need to explain too!

Thank you all so much for linking up here at Passion Parade. It's because of you this party keeps on inspiring many. Please feel free to grab this button if you have been featured



So let's get this parade going but first... just a quick reminder before linking up.
1. Be a follower of Petites Passions. This way I could keep in touch with you.
2. Link the specific post of your entry, and not just your blog link.
3. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE kindly link back so others could join the parade too!
4. This party can also be a treasure hunt, so visit others. Share your passion and win a friend!

If you are a new linker and or a follower, just leave a comment so that I could welcome you and be featured!

If you have a link party, please feel free to pin it on my "Pin your party"


Linking to:

I love Fridays Link Party
Super Sweet Saturday
Saturday Nite Special
motivated monday
wow me wednesday
what's it wednesday
whimsy wednesday

9 comments:

  1. Thanks for hosting! Have a great weekend :-)

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  2. Thanks for hosting and for featuring my crochet pillow!

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  3. I'm excited to be linking up with your party this week! Happy weekend.

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  4. You put me to shame. Really!
    But I'm going to start seriously this weekend. I think I'll adopt your Glass design to my Mantel Decor... don't have a stamp but I think I can get around that... it would look lovely.
    :need-to-stop_searching_inspiration_and_compromise:
    So enjoying the tons of inspiration you're sharing of your amazing followers.
    Take Care and Have Fun!

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  5. Such a great idea with your glass/stamped text container. Thank you for hosting.
    Joy

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  6. Thank you so much for the feature!!

    ~Trisha

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  7. Thanks for the great party! I am a new follower! Going to go mingle now...love your pretty candle holder!!

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  8. I absolutely love that stamped vase! Wonderful idea.
    Thanks so much for sharing on Super Sweet Saturday.
    Steph
    swtboutique.blogspot.com

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  9. Go for you for not shopping! That is usualy the choice I need to make as well.

    I did go shopping--to the fabric store. I got fabric to make myself some new aprons. Mine are wearing through and new ones are $19.95 to $34.95 for the ones I really like. I can make them for around $4 each because of the fabric sales, and my since my clothes are protected, they will last longer.

    I also bought fabric to make my daughter a birthday dress, some felt to make my sons some cub scout vests (normally $14.99; they will cost me about $1.55 each to make), and some embroidery thread.

    I am making a gift a day this month (during the weekdays) and blogging about it; if you'd like to get some inexpensive gift ideas, from free to $6, please click over to my blog. Several things can be made using what you already have on hand. I repurposed several items to make gifts in this series.

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