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Guest Project — Personalized Christmas Garland!!

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I Can't tell you all how excited I am to be a guest blogger over here on Tatertots and Jello! Such an honor! I am a small event planner who has always had a heart for crafting. Most of my designs are centered around DIY creations, so Jen's blog has been a source of inspiration from the beginning. Here is an easy tutorial to achieve personalized garland for your Christmas tree this … [Read more...]

Guest Project — Anthropologie-inspired Bib Necklace!!

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I think I'll spare you all the mushy details about the admiration, respect and general happy feelings I have towards Jen and the fabulous TT&J blog.  She is basically pure awesome {but you all know that}, so I'll skip to the real reason I am here today...   To teach you how to make this super duper, crazy easy, Anthropologie inspired, lace and pearl bib necklace. … [Read more...]

Guest Post — Make a Story Ornament!!

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Hello Tatortots and Jello readers! I am Katie and I'm so excited to be here today from Paint on the Canvas. Jen was the very first crafting blog I started reading. I am absolutely thrilled to share this tutorial with you. Story Ornaments-Tutorial … [Read more...]

Guest Project — DIY Lighted Christmas Trees!! *plus a giveaway*

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Hello Tatertots & Jello readers! I'm Vivienne from The V-Spot, and I'm super excited to be over here today. Jen is one of my Very Favorite people out in BlogLand and I'm so grateful she let me come over to share a tutorial with you. We had several old tomato cages laying around in our side yard. (Me? Creative? Absolutely. Green thumb? Not so much.)  I had extra strings of icicle lights … [Read more...]

Guest Project — Decadent & Delicious Brownies!!

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If you are looking for a  dense, fudgy, slightly chewy, decadent brownie that will cover the pallet of your mouth with a smooth, rich, chocolaty taste - THESE ARE THE BROWNIES TO MAKE. … [Read more...]

Guest Post — Make Polka Dot Glitter Trees!

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Hello everyone! I'm so excited to be here at Jen's blog! She has the best ideas and I love to visit her each day! I'd like to introduce myself. My name is Meg and I live over at A Little Knick Knack. I'm a midwest stay at home mom to three young children, and discovered that crafting helps me keep my sanity! I love to host a weekly giveaway and also a fun link party, Everything but the … [Read more...]

Guest Project — Make Burlap Christmas Trees!

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Hello all!!  I am Angie with The Country Chic Cottage and I am BEYOND thrilled to be here on Tatertots and Jello!!   The Country Chic Cottage is all about decor, transformations, crafting, and tutorials...all while on a budget!  I started blogging after a new year's resolution to spruce up my home decor.  The twist?  No budget to do it with!  :)   Come on over and follow along with my … [Read more...]

Guest Project — Great Gift Idea — Make an Adorable Fabric Purse!

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  Hello Tatertots and Jello Readers!   I’m Brandy from Cappuccino and Cobwebs.    I am so thrilled that I get to share a project with you.  I’ve periodically dabbled in sewing but I just don’t do great in following those directions on Patterns – it’s almost like a foreign language to me!  This project is perfect to add an accessory to your seasonal wardrobe or to give as a gift! Any two … [Read more...]

Guest Project — Build a DIY Steel and Marble Dining Room Table!

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Hello Tatertots and Jello readers! I'm Amanda from Our Humble A{Bowe}d and I am thrilled to share a DIY project with you today. Our whole story began with a large oak table that I hated more and more each day. It was four feet in diameter with a pedestal base which made it impossible to push the chairs within six inches, making our small dining room feel even smaller. … [Read more...]

Guest Project — Trash to Treasure Desk Transformation!

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 Hi! I am Stacy from Not JUST A Housewife and I am so HaPpY to be here on Tatertots and Jello!!! I love building and refinishing furniture! It all started when I was a newly wed and received a ton of hand-me-down furniture from family and friends. Most people probably would have left it "as is" until they could afford new things. But not me. I wanted them to look nice and match right then ( … [Read more...]