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I Am Watching You
The Maid
It Ends with Us
The All New Ball Book Of Canning And Preserving: Over 200 of the Best Canned, Jammed, Pickled, and Preserved Recipes
Ball Complete Book of Home Preserving
Jurassic World: The Official Cookbook
Halo: The Official Cookbook
Ugly Love
Where the Crawdads Sing
The Moonlight Child
Becky: The Heartbreaking Story of Becky Watts by Her Father Darren Galsworthy
Drowning in Stars
Behind Her Eyes
The Girl in the White Van
Regretting You
Defending Jacob

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Strawberry Dole Whip


Window Clings! OH-YA!

I have always loved and admired all the beautiful window clings one can buy for Valentine's Day, July 4th, Halloween, and Christmas; to name a few I love. I set out to discover how to make them myself, so I am not forking out a bunch of money on something I could do myself and could cost less. And I did just that... Kristopher, Kailee and myself have been making these for years; since they were about 2 and 3 years old! Oh-My-Word! Do they LOVE making these for their bedroom windows... they pick the picture and decorate it how they wish, let dry, peel and stick bam (in so many words). So, let's explore how to make them, so you and your little ones can enjoy an amazing #CraftySunday craft!! Let your child and yourself be extremely crafty and creative... you will be amazed what they come up with.. ha I was.

Take your printed image and place it inside the plastic sheet

You Need:

1. Puffy Paint (any colors!)
2. Plastic Sheets (the school clings)
3. Printed Picture
4. Time & FUN!!!

Use the puffy paint and decorate, fill in your pictures

Allow to dry overnight, at least 24 hours

Gentle peel and stick where ever you or your child likes

**If you make this #organicmominthekitchen and show us your creations!!**


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