June 1st and some silhouette plates....


So wow is it really June 1st today?? Holy smokes folks that last month was a blur for me. Was it for you too? I am getting all prepped and ready to make a re-entry on the interwebs next week. My long break was much needed but I am missing this space so I will be here monday with a new craft to share...just something easy of course.

I can't believe my oldest is going to be six in a few weeks and my baby will be one month on sunday. Time is flying, summer is coming and I feel my shaky legs learning the ropes of how to manage a household as a mommy to four little ones.

I am making a brief appearance today too over on the Beautifully Rooted blog sharing this super simple and fun project for silhouette plates. If you would like the full tutorial head over HERE.

I hope you all have a fabulous weekend! xoxo

12 comments:

  1. LOVE! Going to check it out!

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  2. It's nice to have you here again. Having a new baby and managing 3 older, and blogging is a task all it's own. Wishing you bubble baths and fun night's sleep! :D

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  3. Those look so beautiful and what a full collection! I can't believe you squeezed this into your busy days...you amaze me!

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  4. These turned out amazing!!! Love seeing all of your cute silhouettes grouped like this--such a classic and fun display; i love the playful feel of the vintage floral patterns on the plates, too. (Maybe you could help me make some for my home this summer?) :) xoxo

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  5. Those are so beautiful! Thanks for the tutorial- I would love to try something like that.

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  6. that arrangement is gorgeous, rebekah!!!!
    so sweet and summery.

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  7. Those plates are so cute, nice wall group.

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  8. Such pretty and fun plates!! Love them all!! Have a blessed weekend!! xo Heather

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  10. Love seeing your family all together like this. The chalkboard contact paper is really smart, you think of everything ;)

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  11. These are adorable. I love the plate patterns and sweet profiles.

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  12. Rebekah...these are so lovely! You've inspired us :) Would you mind if we mentioned them on our blog with a picture? Thanks!
    Karla & Karrie

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