Bring Home the Magic!

Ever go home after a week long trip to Disney and wish you were still amidst all the magic? No need to wish upon a star; bring home the magic by  purchasing  your very own Disney Print.  Vision Fine Art prints beautiful reproductions of Disney’s masterpieces.  Specializing in watercolor and vintage reproductions this husband and wife team can  make your decor dreams come true, through the beauty of art.  Each print is printed on luster paper using a commercial printer.  The bold colors created by the archival inks make these prints ideal for any Disney enthusiast.  I absolutely love the vintage reproductions of Dumbo, Alice in Wonderland, and Monstro the Whale.

They are much like the classical posters  that make their home along the wall  of the magical gateway into Magic Kingdom.   No matter which design you choose, it’s sure to complement any home decor.  The retro prints that Vicky so graciously shared with me are the start to my new Disney wall and add a touch of pixie dust to my shabby chic home.  Vicky and her husband Earl are dedicated to providing high quality prints and full customer satisfaction. They deliver smiles with every order!

Read what previous customers are saying about Vision Fine Art:

 “Beautiful prints! Owner was very helpful.. Will be buying from them again. Thank you Vicky!”

“Shipped super fast, the print arrived in perfect condition! Will recommend to others looking for Disney repro prints.”

“Print was exactly as described and shipping was quick. It was shipped between cardboard to ensure that it would not get bent in the mail. I really appreciated that. Thank you, I can not wait to give this as a birthday gift.”

Other fine art pieces available from Vision Fine Art:

Share the gift of pixiefied art…there is just no greater way to say I love you!

God’s Greatest Gift- a book review

What is God’s greatest gift?  This is the question children ponder while being entertained by the beautiful images and lyrical words of God’s Greatest Gift, by Deborah Burch.  Deborah is inspired as an author by her dreams.  Her stories begin as poems written on paper and rewritten for children to enjoy.  God’ Greatest Gift is beautifully written for children ages 2-5.  Your child will be reminded of God’s enduring love with the turn of every page.  There are beautiful gifts all around us, but the greatest gift is..well I can’t spoil the book.  You will just have to read it, to find out!  Get your copy on Amazon.

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I received a complimentary copy of this book from BookCrash and the review is of my own honest opinion.

Adorable Bunny Mason Jar craft

Here is an easy last minute Easter craft that can double as a super cute gift. It took me about 10 minutes to make these adorable Bunny Ear Mason Jars that I filled with treats for my mom and sister.

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Materials:

Bunny ears (I purchased mine from the dollar spot at Target)
Mason jar
E6000 (adhesive)
Scissors

Step 1: Cut the bunny ears from the headband. I followed the seam of the material and was able to cut each ear out. Some have stitches that can be cut that will release the individual ear. I also removed the wire from each ear.

Step 2: Using the E6000 glue the ears to the lid of the mason jar. Allow to dry.

Step 3: You may want to glue the lid to the metal ring. I found this part to be tricky just because the ring screws on and it was hard to set it just right. The first one I did the ears didn’t line up right once it screwed on. So I skipped this step going forward.

Step 4: Fill the jar with your favorite Easter treats.

 

Blessed Easter my friends!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year
With the kids jingle belling
And everyone telling you “Be of good cheer”!

I love this time of year!  Even in the warm Florida winter.  It is most beautiful!  I enjoy the time I get to spend with my children and the fun crafts and activities that we do together.  I really enjoy making things for our friends and family.  As you have read my love language is gifts and so I tend to speak using my love language during this time of year.  I just love gift giving and seeing the joy on the recipients face.  Well this month my children and I are making lots of fun crafts to give on Christmas day to our family.  I will be sharing many of them with you over the next few days.

A few months ago Target had these red melamine solo cups in the dollar section. I wasn’t certain what I could do with them, but I couldn’t help myself from buying the remaining inventory.  So we came home with 25 melamine solo cups and they just sat there.  Then one day while I was watching Ant Farm with my daughter on Netflix it dawned on me that they would make the cutest Santa cups!  My daughter Allison is the artist in our family.  So I asked her what she thought of this awesome idea.  And she said “Cool!”  So here we have it our Santa Cups!  We filled them up with candy cane mints.  They are super uber cute!!!  Dont’cha think?!

 

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materials for adorable Santa cups:
Red Solo Cup
Black Acrylic Paint
White Acrylic Paint
E6000
Googly eyes
You can even make these with the plastic red solo cups.  We have a few left so we were thinking of painting a few with just Santa’s belt and gold buckle.  They are so fun to make and make a sweet handmade gift from the munchkins.