• TN MOM WITH THREE KIDS

    threekidsavatar.jpg I'm a stay-at-home mother to my three (sometimes) wonderful children. They are usually with me, since I homeschool them. We enjoy going into the GSMNP, Great Smoky Mountain National Park, and playing in nature. Occasionally, you can catch the hubby and kids fishing in the river. • 100 Things about ME
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Black Friday – HOMESCHOOL STYLE

It’s time again for hundreds of great freebies from CurrClick! So grab you a cold turkey sandwich (cause you know you have tons left over) and get to downloading! I’ll be right there with you…..

You simply can’t afford to miss CurrClick’s biggest event of the year, BLACK FRIDAY! HUNDREDS of TOTALLY FREE educa! tion resources! No Traffic, No Crowds, No Cost!
10:00 am CST Friday, Nov 27th through 10:00 am CST Saturday, Nov 28th.

Plus, get up to 50% off next semester’s curriculum during our STOCKING UP YOUR SHELVES SALE!
Nov 27th at 10:00am CST through Tuesday, Dec 15th.

My Latest Hobby…

I have fell in love with hand embroidery. I already did cross-stitch and to be honest with you, I can’t see those little squares anymore.

After reading this gal’s blog over at ‘My Country Home’, I had to give it a try. She is wonderful at this craft (and others). You must go check her out! I can’t remember how I got started reading her blog, but I can’t wait to see what she is working on next. She has all sorts of links for free BOM (Block of the Month) patterns. They’re all wonderful. I’ve got most of them downloaded and even finished one set.

My daughter has even tried her hand at it. She spent the greater part of the night sewing up a little stitchery that we designed together. It was her idea and we worked on the drawing together. She stitched it totally alone. She didn’t want to trace the pattern, so we did the print right on the fabric. I might have to start doing that for myself…so much easier! I had to trace…UGH.

Here is her stitchery…. She is giving it to someone special to both of us. (I don’t think she reads my blog, so maybe she won’t see it until I get around to mailing it!)

Here is the picture if anyone else wants to stitch it up…go right ahead and steal the picture. (I’m not sure how to host it otherwise.) ~~I’m not sure if you guys can see it or not, since it’s not showing up on my page…but when I click it it goes to the picture~~

Here is the Autumn hanging I did for my office. I plan on doing one for each of the seasons and just switching them out. I love the stick idea (again this was from Leslie over at  “My Country Home”) This one is from HomeBerries.

Here are a couple of apple hangings that I made for the classroom, but they look so good hanging in my office. I don’t want to move them! LOL I even made the little wire hangers. These are both from HomeBerries.

Here is the BOM that I finished. It is the Christmas Wish-List BOM from Gail Pan Designs.

New Posts Coming Soon …hopefully

I hope to get back into the world of blogging soon…bare with me!

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Back To School Sale!!!!

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Father Cube: Great Father’s Day Project

Oh, WOW! I just got a great email from CurrClick. It couldn’t have come at a better time. I was trying to find something neat to do with the kids for Father’s Day. Read this….

Here is the link to the product. It’s only $2.00 right now!

Fathers’ Day is June 21!  Make a lasting tradition with Dad! 

From the makers of the Fathers’ Day Project Pack comes another great product! The Dad Cube is a fun and meaningful project for fathers and children to make together, or for children to make as a gift for Dad. During the course of the project, children will get to know their fathers better, express their love and appreciation for Dad, and make a terrific Fathers’ Day memory that goes on and on!   Once you make the Dad Cube, it is passed back and forth between father and child, always with a note of appreciation or a small gift.  The project pack and materials are cheaper than a greeting card, and over the years, it will mean much more! Appropriate for all ages.


 

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