I saw this desk on a friends Facebook page...Lydia had refinished it for her sweet granddaughter! It was so adorable, I had to ask for permission to share it with all of you...The colors may be slightly off due to the fact that I down loaded them from her FB page and the on to my computer ( The pinkish color is actually Purple)...but, needless to say it's absolutely adorable!
The night stand is so darling....just what little girls dream of. This bedroom will surely make her magical dreams and butterfly wishes come true!
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This dip is absolutelyamazing.....It gets devoured in no time! It's so good, its hard to stop eating it!
I had seen several recipes for Crack dip abd had even tasted it before. BUT...I enhanced and added some ingredients...the dip is amazing and it turned out better than I imagined!
Roasted Corn Crack Dip
Author: The CattleQueen Cooks
Note: I make a large batch because it disappears so quickly!
This Cowgirl BoHo Crocheted Necklace turned out so cute....My dear friend Mary loved her birthday gift! Pictures & directions are included below....
I had seen some crocheted necklaces on Pinterest....Since I know how to crochet and this was a simple chain stitch....I figured this was going be easy and fun! It was.....
I added the coins as an after thought...so I tied them on individually. Love the look!
Here is a close up...
this is the back closer....with a couple of stones slightly dangling down.
Here the necklace is in progress.....loved how it came together
This is the two ends...waiting for the clouser...
And the finishing touch, binding it closed!
Cowgirl BoHo Crochted Necklace
Crochet thread, #10, brown
Crochet hook, size 2.75 or a little larger
Assorted beads, about 90-96 small beads, assorted sizes & colors
Leave about 10 inches of thread, unworked
String on the beads using the beading needle
Chain 5-6 chains of thread...stop and tie a single knot on the start od the chain, leaving a long (10") tail of thread on the end...
On the next chain crochet, include one bead in the chain, chain 3 to 4 more single chains
Repeat step #4 until all beads are included in the crocheted chain.
After the last bead is included, chain 5-6 chains (see step #3)...
Thread the two finished ends through a bead ( I used a flat one) and finish off by tying in a double knot. leave the long strands...next....
Double the necklace, making it a two strand necklace. Taking the long, end strands, tie the pieces together, close to the closure/ending. Add a single bead to each ending and tie off in a knot.
Trim the extra strands off. Necklace is finished
Note: I added dilled coins to the finished piece, as an after thought....to add a little gypsy look to the piece. I just hand tied these on with simple knots and left a few raw edges of the string, lending a casual boho look.
My dear friend Mary, LOVED her new necklace! Now, I need one!....Off to make another....