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Procrastinaiton by Sherief Razzaque

I'm taking care of my procrastination issues. You just wait and see! bahah creative avoidance more or less! I'm guilty , just you wait and see lmao ! Hope no one creatively avoids lil ol me !

But at least you look good not doing it, even on a Monday. : @graceunmeasured

The Poet Oak is an elegant and versatile letter board. Ideal for succinct messages, this square board can be hung on the wall, leaned on a side table, or easily transported and used as a photography p Contact us for custom quotes prints on canvas or vinyl

HANGING MASON JAR SCONCES....with Lights! LOVE this idea...so pretty! Don't you think? You can find them here (affiliate)... http://rstyle.me/n/bzem3rb5zc7 .

This listing is for a Set of 2 stunning Hanging Mason Jar Sconces. These sconces are hand crafted with the best quality. If you're after more sewing projects for the home, c (Diy Furniture Redo)

Make this lovely silk flower chandelier for your wedding. Cute for the sweetheart table or make a few for a backdrop at the ceremony! #diywedding Design by Love Sparkle Pretty

DIY Flower Chandelier // Make this lovely silk flower chandelier for your wedding. Cute for the sweetheart table or make a few for a backdrop at the ceremony! Design by Love Sparkle Pretty

A Little Craft In Your Day

Fun with Feathers :: How about a beautiful, dreamcatching mobile to dress up a bedroom or perhaps your laundry room? Or, hang above your baby's crib!

Get the flowers long before April even has a chance to shower. To get started on this craft project perfect for brunches, baby showers, spring themed get togethers or just because, pick a few of your favorite blooms. Then, find some twine and tie a double knot at the end of each stem and repeat fastening the other flowers. Once you have about six finished strands, knot them to a twig or branch. Finally, hang and enjoy! Click through to find even more homegrown inspiration!

Pick a few of your favorite blooms. Then, find some twine and tie a double knot at the end of each stem and repeat fastening the other flowers. Once you have about six finished strands, knot them to a twig or branch.