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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

40 degrees and FREEZING!!

Hello from Omaha Nebraska!!  Stepping of the plane it was a chilly 40 degrees.  A HUGE change from the 80 degree weather I had just left in Houston.  On the way to the hotel the cab driver (from West Africa) said it was suppossed to snow last November!  Dorothy I dont think I'm in Texas anymore.  Well I didnt believe this man (why should I he has only lived here for 8 years, lol) so I checked the forecast and sure enough there was a 70% chance of rain or snow.  So I set my room thermostat as high as it would go and prepared for a white morning.  Unfortunatley the 70% chance was fufilled with rain and not snow so I didnt get to wake up to snow, but there is always tomorrow.  I dont know how many of you have been to Nebraska but it is very windy...I felt a little like I was in Chicago as much as I was being blown around.  Thank goodness for short hair otherwise no brush would have saved my life.  Since I dont have much to post on today in way of a new project Im working on, Im going to share with you a project I did a few weeks ago.  Below is a picture of the finished product.

This idea I have to say came from pinterest but it was so cute I had to make my own.  This is a 11x14 picture frame with a piece of fabric as the backgroud and the wording is printed on a transparancy.  You could print on the fabric directly but unfortunatley I dont have a printer that is large enough to handle 11x14 paper.  I taped the fabric to the backing of the picture frame, put the transparancy in front of the fabric and put it all together.  The point of this is to take a dry erase marker and write something cute to your significant other each day or whenever you have a chance really.  So this whole thing took 10 minutes and is a great quick and easy way to add a cute twist to any space.  I put mine in my bathroom (the fabric was leftover from the curtain I made for my bathroom) and its the perfect fit.  If you would like to see how to print on fabric here is the link I would have used if my printer was larger and honestly if you print directly on the fabric it will look better.  On a side note, you can also use scrapbooking paper for this, I just used fabric because I had some great fabric scraps that were perfect for this project.

Project Housewife Out!

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