Friday, November 19, 2010

30 Days of Gift Making.. Day 19!

Hello and welcome to my blog!
Today I am hosting day 19 of the 30 days of Gift Giving blog hop!
I decided to get a head start on my Christmas gifts for my co-workers. This one is for my friend Valencia! These are super easy gifts that don't break the bank. I got the Acrylic picture frame at walmart.

I used Cindy Lou for the initial. I also used my I-Rock to bling it up alittle.


Thanks for checking out day 19! Make sure to check out day 20 tomorrow with Michelle at Scrappin with my Bug!
~Candace

12 comments:

KellyJo'sKreations said...

Great gift! LOVE it!
Thanks for sharing!

Tabitha said...

Super cute idea, I was there last night. I may need to make another stop. Thanks for sharing.

The Scrapoholic said...

I've seen these but they are always standing up. Now i get it how its suppose to be! Love it! How do you find these deals? i can only find these frames cheapest for $2.50. Love your project!

thatgirl48316 said...

How do I get to the rest of the projects?

Michelle said...

very cute girlfriend !!!! Ive never made any of these but I should!!!

the 2 Pink Ladies said...

I like this idea! It is really cute. Would be a great teacher's gift!
Hazel (hdhall6002 at sbcglobal dot net)

Janet said...

This is really cite and oh so simple. need tomake a trip to the dollar store and walmart.

quilt4fun2 said...

A simple and useful gift. Very nice. thank You for being in the hop and for a chance to win great prizes.
quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

Maggie said...

I luv luv this specially the pink colour.
I need to explore Cindy Lou, more the only cut I've used is the amazing Deer.
TFS

Maggie
http://passionatelyartistic.com

Angie said...

what a great gift. i like the colors.

Samantha J Designs (Wife2TJ) said...

Very cool! I've been wanting to make these. TFS! -Sam :-)

Kate said...

What a great idea for a gift! I love getting ideas like this as Christmas can get quite costly with a number of different teachers and helpers to buy for. I really like the Cindy Lou monogram that you used as well. That's sharp!