{Giveaway} Blessing Board and SeamsMod Giveaway Winners!

We have two winners today for our giveaways last week.  What a way to start a week!!

First off, the diaper clutch from SeamsMod…

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Random.org selected comment #1.  Congrats Rachel!!

Next, the Blessing Board featured by Tatertots & Jell-o last week…

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Random.org selected comment #17.  Congrats Jen.Jensen!!

Rachel and Jen, email me your information and I will get these little lovelies off to you.

As a parting gift, so everyone feels the love, we are giving away our Thanksgiving printables!

Thanksgiving Subway Art

Emily’s subway art tags from the blessing board. (Click on the image to download.)


Kristin’s super cute cards to give your guest at your Thanksgiving feast. (Click on the image to download.)

Now, everyone’s a WINNER!!




  1. Mary Joy says

    Oh wow! i missed the giveaway…this is my first visit. But I can make the board that is so easy and versatile! I just love it!!!! I was trying to figure out how to make the cute cards myself, when I got the part where you are giving them away to everyone! Thank you SO much! That will make our Giving Thanks board so nice! I love it!

    I am a new follower! Can't miss what you create next!


    Mary Joy

  2. Mary Joy says

    Just wanted you to know that I have given you and your Give Thanks Board a shout out on my Friday blog. Thank you so much for sharing such a great idea!!!

  3. LaVonne @ Long Wait says

    Thank you for posting this. I am going to save and print them for a lady a church. She is so sweet to us and it is a small token for her before Thanksgiving.



  1. […] Today’s adorable idea comes from Parents magazine.  They call it a  ”Blessings Board.” It’s such a simple, yet genius, DIY holiday craft.  Plus, what a great way to repurpose an old picture frame!?!  Detailed instructions for making it can be found on the website tatertots & jello, but you pretty much jazz up the frame however you like (spray paint, chipboard letters, fabric flowers, etc…) and then attach twine to the back.  The original instructions suggest using screw-in eyes, but I think you could also use a staple gun to attach the twine. Then at your Thanksgiving gathering family and friends can write what they’re thankful for on small cards and attach them to the twine with clothes pins.  SO CUTE! The great cards pictured above (plus others) can be downloaded and printed from Whipperberry. […]

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