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Grilled Rib Eye Steak Sandwiches

Summer is right around the corner and that means it’s time to get your grills out and fired up! Try these Grilled Rib Eye Steak Sandwiches this summer – they’re sure to be a big hit!

Grilled Rib Eye Steak Sandwiches

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Emily loves spending time in the kitchen, trying out new recipes, crocheting, drinking French press, styling her sisters’ hair, playing piano, eating or drinking anything with caramel, being an auntie to six adorable kiddos, walking with her schnoodle, and hanging out with her siblings.
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DIY Chalkboard Mason Jar Straw Lids

THESE CHALKBOARD MASON JAR STRAW LIDS ARE PERFECT FOR PICNICS AND FAMILY GATHERINGS,

AND YOU’LL BE SURPRISED JUST HOW EASY THEY ARE TO MAKE!

DIY Chalkboard Lids | Mason Jar Lids | Chalkboard Labels | DIY Gift Ideas | Mason Jar Crafts | Chalkboard Paint Crafts | Decorating Jar Lids | Gift Ideas | This easy #tutorial is on Six Clever Sisters. Find out how to make these diy chalkboard mason jar straw lids!

 

Oh.My.Goodness, you guys. Are not these these the cutest things you ever did see? I mean, seriously, SO CUTE and CLEVER!! Recently, we were at someone’s house for dinner and they had these cute chalkboard lids for mason jars. Such a brilliant idea for everyone to be able to write their name on the lid and keep track of their glass. My mom mentioned that she would love them as a birthday gift. (When she says something like that, we all take note of it!)  Our hostess told us where they were from, but I searched and searched online for them with no luck. I guess they must have been discontinued. I was so disappointed to not find them! Actually I found one seller on Ebay and they wanted a ridiculous price. I saw the lids with straws in cute colors all over the internet, but not the chalkboard ones with the straws. So, I got to thinking. I could probably make these! And, I knew I could make them for a much cheaper price than that Ebay seller!

I’m so happy to share this DIY Chalkboard Mason Jar Straw Lids post with you! I’d love for you to see just how easy these are to make! And, these are perfect for summer with picnics and reunions coming up. You won’t have to worry about the kids (or maybe you . . 😜haha!) spilling their drinks or have any bugs landing in your glass. And better yet, no one’s glasses will be getting mixed up!

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DIY Ruffle Shirt Tutorial – Upcycled T Shirt

DIY Ruffle Shirt Tutorial – Upcycled T ShirtDIY Ruffle Shirt | OOTD | Free Sewing Pattern | Cute Summer Shirt | Upcycled T Shirt | Modest Outfit Inspiration | Shirt Tutorial | Summer Style | DIY Clothes | Six Clever Sisters | This cute summer shirt from Six Clever Sisters has step-by-step instructions and requires minimal sewing experience. Great easy project for a beginner to make a ruffle t shirt!

As soon as the warm weather starts coming, I get in the mood for some new short sleeved shirts 😛 After wearing scarves all winter, sometimes plain t shirts feel so blah and boring. I got these 2 shirts from Sears with surprise points (anyone else a fan of those??) for a total of $1 & was determined to turn them into a cute shirt. With minimal sewing knowledge and an hour’s worth of time, you can make your new favorite summer shirt! 🙂

Here’s what you’ll need:

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DIY Flower Jar

diy flower jar

Happy Wednesday everybody! I’ve got an easy DIY decor flower jar for you today – it’s super cute, super easy, and super inexpensive!

I made this for one of my little friend’s birthday . . . she got her room remodeled and repainted recently, so I made her a little decoration for her desk. I found the jar at Jo-Ann Fabrics on clearance for $2.97 – plus I had a 20% off coupon!! I also found the fabric flower there also on clearance for around the same price! The blue paper filler I got from . . . you guessed it . . . Jo-Ann’s 🙂 It was regular price $3.99 but I had a 50% off coupon. Can you tell yet I love to save money?? Haha 🙂 Continue Reading

Emily loves spending time in the kitchen, trying out new recipes, crocheting, drinking French press, styling her sisters’ hair, playing piano, eating or drinking anything with caramel, being an auntie to six adorable kiddos, walking with her schnoodle, and hanging out with her siblings.
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