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Thursday, March 14, 2013

story time with leprechauns




One more way to add fun to a lucky week is reading cute little leprechaun books!
Check out Barnes N Noble for their St. Patrick's Day selection. We might be making a Leprechaun trap Saturday night, if you want some ideas for that check out the
"The Night Before St. Patrick's Day"!

12 comments:

  1. I absolutely adore your blog! Your daughter is too cute and i love your style!

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  2. omg I don't even have kiddies yet and I want that tepee!! What an awesome little reading nook. You my dear deserve the coolest mom ever award!

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  3. This is gorgeous.. you are amazing!!! And please tell us about your leprechaun trap if you make one!! haha knowing you, it will be absolutely clever and beautiful :)

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  4. Im completely obsessed with that TeePee! I need one!!

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  5. The tee pee is amazing! What a fun spot to read and play.

    http://jennycollier.com

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  6. This is adorable!!! Where in the world did you find this tee pee?

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    1. My husband made the tee pee, so props to him!! I just did the decorating of the outside- we used this tutorial as our guideline: http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/2008/07/summer-sewing-childs-tent/

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  7. LOVE!! Yes...where can we find the tee pee?! jafoist@gmail.com thank you!

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    1. My husband made the tee pee, so props to him!! I just did the decorating of the outside- we used this tutorial as our guideline: http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/2008/07/summer-sewing-childs-tent/

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  8. LOVE it! We had one growing up it makes me wonder if my grandparents still have it. So cute!

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  9. I love the little teepee! I''m itching to crating a reading nook for my little girl. Try to convince myself to wait until we move this summer. :) I just live your blog!

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