March was a very busy month for our family, which translates into March was an extremely busy month for me! Anyhow, I've finished my March 365project and here it is! I think April will be easier. You can click on the photo for a link to my project. There are titles and descriptions for the photos. I'm following a timeline of photos as outlined by a lady on twitter. Here was the list for March.
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I went with a few friends on a mommy-field trip to the Spode Dish factory in Malaysia. We had the best time and it was an experience I won't soon forget. We met at Becky's in the morning and got our three car caravan ready to go. We said a prayer, did a cheer and were off at about 9 am. We crossed the border without any issues (except for toll top-up cards) and hit the road. In about an hour we arrived at this little side-of-the-road pottery market. It was typical of a third-world place. True Outlet shopping. There was a nice aluminum roof and some big fans to keep us cool. The plates were very dusty from being outside so long but there were so many lovely treasures. We all had a good time just wandering around searching for new dishes.
I was looking for a set of every-day dishes and anything else was a bonus in my mind. Spode is a European brand that outsources production to Malaysia. Their retail cost is pretty high but we got some amazing deals. After we had be…
My son has been really in to the video game Cup Head this year so, when his teacher said that he needed to make a box for his class Valentine's Day party, we decided to go with something fitting with the theme of Cup Head. One of the main bosses in the game is called King Dice. He's a dice with a face and that's square so it made for a fun Valentine box.
One day while were were shopping for groceries in our local Walmart we noticed they had a whole cart full of boxes. I asked one of the kind employees if we could take one and she gladly obliged. We found a square one and it was just perfect. Below is the process for how we made the King Dice Valentine's box.
Step 1: Procure a square box.
Step 2: Wrap in white paper. I just turned our regular Birthday Party paper inside out and wrapped the box in that. The design shows through slightly but I thought the result was better than me wasting my time finding plain paper and paying for it.