Spring Fling

Guess what yesterday was!  My one year anniversary of starting Landee See, Landee Do!  Time flies, no question, but more on that later.  I’m working on a fun little giveaway to celebrate but in the mean time, I thought I’d go back and share some of my SPRING projects from last year!  It’s so fun to look back at these and realize these were some of my very first projects I shared here.

This first one was my very first attempt at any kind of a printable.  I was (still am) madly in love with subway art and I couldn’t wait to try it myself!

Easter Subway Art
This next craft is still one of the most enjoyable projects I’ve ever done.  I just sat down one afternoon and PLAYED.   I painted, cut vinyl on my new (then) Silhouette, added bling, experimented, painted some more, used glitter,  craft failed on a couple, craft succeeded on some others, and loved every second of it.    This is actually a great reminder that I really need to do more of these kinds of projects.   

Easter Egg Bling

Here was another Easter themed treat I played around with after spotting the egg-shaped marshmallows at the grocery store one afternoon.   Again, I just played around with different colors of melting chocolate, dipping and drizzling to my heart’s content!  The chocolate peanut butter eggs were sooooo good.  So good.

Eggmallow Treats

And finally,  my second attempt at a printable (because I needed one for the kitchen).  I had found this quote in a magazine or something and loved it.  I might use it again this year.  I can just imagine that little hairy-armed nutcase (Robin Williams) saying that too, can’t you?

Spring Printable

I am working on my Easter/spring mantel but this year is a little annoying with Easter being so close to St. Patrick’s day!  I’m going to have to hurry and get it all up the second those leprechauns leave!

By the way, I’ll have my one year/giveaway post up in the next couple of days!  Party!


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