Great Ideas — Fabulous Projects you can make for under $10!!

25 Jun
Hi TT&Jers, I am Taylor from Taylor Made. I’m so excited to be here today because I adore Tatertots and Jello; it was one of my very first blogs to read and inspired me to start my own blog.
In honor of Jen’s fabulous London trip, I thought I would share my tutorial on how to make your very own Union Jack Stationery. Maybe this will help with our trip envy?
Taylor Made is about all of my favorite things… crafts, art, food, home and family. I went to college for costume design, became a flight attendant, then an elementary school teacher, now I have my favorite job of all – Mommy. I have a bad obsession with hoarding fabric, Mod Podge and Reality TV. I will use anything and everything for inspiration for a project so without further adieu… lets get this Weekend Wrap-Up Party started y’all (couldn’t help it, I’m from Texas)!
Make sure to link up HERE so you have a chance to win a $25 credit to Shabby Chic Crafts!
See you all tomorrow for some more fabulous projects!

Thanks Taylor – those are FABULOUS!!! 
Come on over and join in the Weekend Wrap Up Party, and link up YOUR ideas!! You can in $25 from Shabby Chic Crafts!!
Specializing in paper embellishments — perfect for all sorts of projects.


And it would be AWESOME if you could to go over to  Taylor Made and say hi to Taylor – my awesome guest wrapper upper 🙂 

Another wrap up post coming up tomorrow 🙂 
xoxo  PS — It’s our last day in London — we are off to Portobello Road, Covent Garden and a night time Jack the Ripper London tour.  Have a Fabulous Saturday!!! 

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