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Bee Happy, Bee Kind

Bee Happy, Bee Kind, Bee Sweet, and Bee Grateful!
I enjoy finding “bargains” with the idea of etching something on the item(s) or changing the design a bit to make it unique.

The “Flamboyant Flamingo”

I was recently shopping in the 99¢ Store and found many summer items on clearance. This metal flamingo was one of them for $2.00. It is about 13” high and has circles for its feathers and glass gems inside of each circle.

Etchall and Baking!

My daughter-in-law needs to eat gluten-free meals, so I made her this baking dish! Summer and potlucks are very popular in many locations.  Now she can bring her special recipes to share!

Celebrate July 4th!

July 4, 1776 was when our thirteen colonies separated from Great Britain and wrote the Declaration of Independence.  Then we had to set up our own government and write our Constitution.  This document is the law of our land.  All citizens should read and understand our rights and responsibilities.

Autumn Blessings

Cover the area you are working at with plastic. For etching the bottom and top of the plates, clean the plates with soap and water and dry well with a lint free paper towel. To make sure there is no oil residue on the plate.

Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day arriving soon, here is a cute gift idea using small mason jars!
I used ½ pint Kerr’s mason jars. I removed the lids and cleaned the glass area with alcohol (to remove fingerprints, oil, etc.) where you will etch the words.

Etched Bathroom Scales

As the holidays approach, we think of all the good food and treats that we enjoy with family and friends. Many of us hate to get on the scale and weigh ourselves. So my project this month has been to prepare us for “THAT” moment of stepping on that bathroom scale.

Outside the Box

About 5 years ago a friend from our church who did carpentry was working on remodeling a historic home in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. The crew was going to toss out some old windows.

A Simple Spring Vase

10” This cute little vase is a simple, colorful decoration for Spring.  I got the vase from the Dollar Store.  You can also find them in thrift stores.  I like the fluted edge at the top.

Why Etch It Of Course

My husband’s suggestion was to hang a curtain on the inside. My mind went to No, No, No. Then I would have spiders and spider webs to look at. I wanted this window to have a pretty design, but I also wanted it to hide what was inside the shed.

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