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Tie Dye Fourth of July Pennant and a Tie Dye Linky Party!

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Tie Dye is so fun. So when I Love to Create sent me an amazing Tie Dye package, I knew I wanted to make something to spruce up the #1905Cottage for the Fourth of July. And there’s something so festive about pennants. Tie dye Red White and Blue Pennants!

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So my cute daughter Hannah and I made a little patriotic tie dye project. And I think it looks so cute on the front porch of the cottage!

tie dye fourth of july pennant tutorial at tatertots and jello

Here’s how we made this easy Red White and Blue project!

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Make a Bakers Twine & Felt Mini Heart Banner (tutorial)

Hi I’m Heather Dawn from Just Lovely Things and today I’m going to share with you a quick and simple project that is easy to do alone, with kids or even with your girlfriends.
This project is great because most of us already have the supplies, and you can make it as little or as big as you want it.
The supplies include:
 your color choice of felt, thread (embroidery floss or bakers twine), a needle and scissors.
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Porch Makeover Part 1 — Chevron Door Hanging {tutorial}

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It snowed here yesterday, but that didn’t stop me from trying to Spring-ify my front porch.
I am so ready for some warm weather!!  
I started off with my front door.
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I had a unfinished wood frame in my garage, so I pulled that out. My inspiration for this door hanging is this beautiful chevron fabric I found on Fabric.com – I’m a little obsessed with it right now.
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I used the same stencil that I also used for my Spring Chevron Subway Art.
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First I painted the frame white and then I stenciled the chevron pattern on the wood.

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