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Weekend Wrap - 10/18/2010

Wow!  What a busy week.  The B-day Girl turned one on Saturday (I still can't figure out where the past year has gone?), and had a heck of a good time with her chocolate cake.

The cutie pie B-day Girl with her embroidered t-shirt. 
Font frame from Planet Applique, font from Embird.
"Some Assembly Required"

Are you sure those are going to go one?
Let's take them over to Dad for help. 
And of course Dad got it together right quick!

Enjoying her cake!

On Saturday I finished Ms. Diva's Harvest costume. 
She is just the right size to be an adorable candy corn!
She found the ribbon a little too interesting to play with though, LOL!

I also got a FALL garland whipped up to add a touch of fall to our kitchen window.  It is hard to believe that it is the middle of October when we can leave the house windows open all night (with fans on) and the house is only down to 77 degrees in the morning!  Don't get me wrong, I love being warm, I just also love some crisp fall weather too.

I will be posting a how-to for the fall garland this week.

And to wrap up this last week...  I have the next batch of Stay-Put towels in progress.  Christmas Treats and Snowflakes (plus a few fall flavors) will be appearing shortly in the Spunky Diva Etsy shop.


  1. Sweet Pics!
    Thanks for sharing you sweet darling with us!

  2. The cake photos is great but I absolutely LOVE the costume awesome job. Did I mention I love it? I just love it!

    Shibley Smiles


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