Saturday, November 12, 2011

3 Second Craft Project

Warning...very bad photos to follow, it was early in the morning and no light what so ever! 
That being said, here's a quick project to add a bit of whimsy to the table.
It's a no brainer...stamp numbers using paint onto pre purchased jar candles.  I keep foam stamps in my craft supplies so I didn't have to purchase anything, the paint was in the garage.
Inspired by Pottery Barn. The jar candles were purchased at my local grocery store for 86 cents. Use your imagination, you can stamp a blue "B" for boy baby shower etc. Initials for each guest at your table, and so on.
You don't have to get things perfect either, so no stress ;)
It literally took around 3 seconds, but added some charm to our little Sunday Continental Breakfast Table. Wishing all of you a wonderful week, and a warm welcome to those of you new to my blog, and a big thank you to those of you who've been here all along, xoxo tami 
Please visit the following blogs:
Coastal Charm
A Stroll Thru LIfe  
Faded Charm 
Bates Mercantile 
The Lovely Donna's Funky Junk Interior! 
Between Naps On The Porch 

38 comments:

  1. Very cute idea and it does add a touch of whimsy!!

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  2. would love it if you did a guest post for my christmas series. thanks!

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  3. What a fun and easy idea! I will be trying this very soon :) Thanks

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  4. I always like a three second project - quicker the better on the whole!

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  5. such a cute project and fun too...
    blessings,
    Shug

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  6. Now 86 cents for these candles is a real steal...love what you did to dress them up and thank you for sharing at NTT!!!

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  7. I love projects like this, they turned out beautiful.
    xoxo

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  8. love the number project...i am going to do the same thing..in the addresses of the recipient.
    :)
    what a wonderful idea!
    blessings,
    rebecca

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  9. That is quick and easy, isn't it?! They turned out great :)

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  10. Super cute! Yes, I will try them. I totally will.

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  11. I have to get some stamps. This is perfect. I loe the look and I am crazy about numbers. Your display is fabulous. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  12. Now that's my kind of project! Glad to hear your new venture is going well!

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  13. That's a great inspiration. Making just a whisk of our live make things different.

    Gorgeousness.

    Greetings from Stockholm,
    /chie

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  14. Projects like this are always so much fun because they're so easy, Tami! Something we can ALL do! lol! So very cute! :)

    xoxo laurie

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  15. Very easy, very cute and so clever!
    Yvonne

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  16. Stopping by from Faded Charm. Love these candles.

    xoxo
    Kathleen

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  17. Now there's a title that caught my eye!! I could do with more of those in my life at the moment!! I need to get down to some serious crafting again. I've been missing it!!

    I love your jar idea - and not just because it's quick!! They look great.

    Sarahx

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  18. "Awesome as usual!, thanks for ALL your inspiratiions...amazing.
    Have a great rest of the week.

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  19. Your projects are always do-able, yet add a nice extra touch to home decor.

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  21. Super easy and cute. Just found you through flora dora. wonderful blog, just about to have a poke around. Adding you to my blog love section!

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  22. good idea, love the simple numbers. I agree don't stress, it takes the fun out of doing things

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  23. Great idea! Yours look lovely!

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  24. Thanks for tip! I love quick projects that add a lot!
    Bristol

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  25. haha,,,,,funny post :)
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  26. so cute! What a great idea! I'm visiting from Donna's Funky Junk SNL craft section, I'm #49...

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  27. super cute! pictures arent that bad!

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  28. Ah, Tami.

    You are braver soul than I am to light candles at breakfast.

    My eyes pretty much are stuck shut and my brain doesn't function before noon....no telling what I would start on fire.

    heehee

    Very, very cute idea....maybe I could try it for a midnight snack..........

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  29. Fantastic idea! I have all of the elements in my stash too, I can imagine myself having a go at this project! Thanks for the inspiration! X

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  30. Hi! Thx for coming over to Home Haven and visiting. Hope you'll come back for another visit sometime.
    God bless,
    d

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  31. Your jars are so adorable! I really love getting lost in your photos and projects! =)

    Jeanine

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  32. Who knew that numbers could be so cool? Easy to do and really transforms the ordinary!

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  33. I always like to see new a creative ideas!!! love it. :)

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