decorative wood frame tutorial
{from night owl crafting}

by @according2kelly on November 6, 2012

for the entire month of november we will be baking, sewing & crafting up a storm, preparing handmade gifts for this holiday season.

& the holidays are coming a wee bit earlier for a few lucky readers, thanks to our three amazing giveaways. be sure to head over to today’s featured blogger {lesliefor a chance to win a silhouette portrait, decoart paints & stencils, and michael’s gift card. 

so dust off your sewing machine, & head on over to skip to my lou for some fabulous sewing projects.

rev up your mixers, & visit a southern fairytale for lots of edible yummies & holiday-inspired recipes you definitely don’t want to miss.

& to check out ALL of our crafty & creative projects go HERE.

today, our featured blogger is leslie, of  night owl crafting. leslie writes…

Hello Skip to my Lou, A Southern fairytale, and According to Kelly followers!

I am so excited that I have been asked to be a part of Bake Sew Craft month! 


Let me tell you a little about myself!My name is Leslie!

I am the wife of Jason, the mom of Brock(10), Jaylee(3), and Daxen(1),Special Education teacher, and craftaholic!

I created my craft blog a year and a half ago to share all my crafts!

 Some of you might have heard of it,

NightOwlCrafting
I have 1 link party a week!
On Wednesdays I host the link party,
NightOwlCrafting

This is where anyone that has created something can link up their projects and
get inspiration from other bloggers.
Anyway, enough about my blog and myself.
Today I would like to share a cute and easy craft that can be used for any theme or holiday.

Since Christmas is right around the corner I want to share an easy present idea.Decorative frames!

I am in love with the cute decorative wooden frames!

I looked around and didn’t want to pay a lot of money for them, so

when I came across Cut It Out Woods

I was super excited to find them

at a cheap price.

They look like this when you get them.

You then have to decide what color to paint them.

Since it is close to Christmas I painted mine red and green.

Then you can add a printable in them, a family photo, or leave it blankso the recipient to put what they want in it.

I left mine blank and wrapped jute around them.

I would be thrilled to get these for Christmas, even if I had to
paint it myself. I hope this helps to give you a quick easy present idea.

Head on over to Night Owl Crafting for to look around and link

up to my link parties on Wednesday!

Thanks to  for letting me share my blog and easy picture frames with you today!

They are simply AMAZING women!!!!

bake craft sew {giveaway}

ready for an amazing giveaway worth over $700? head on over to today’s featured blogger {lesliefor a chance to win.

really want to win? every day you’ll have a new chance to win on a new blog. so be sure to come back tomorrow.

& make sure to visit skip to my lou a southern fairytale for even more giveaway opportunities!

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for more great ideas be sure to visit leslie at her blog night owl crafting. & be sure to connect with her on facebook.

about leslie: She is a working mom, who teaches Special Education at the high school level who loves to craft! She has a huge little addiction to crafting! She can’t help it – she sees cute ideas and has to make them.  She loves to sew, paint, and decorate! She gets excited to open a can of paint because she just LOVEs the smell of it – painting is her therapy along with all her other crating obsessions.

baking, crafting & sewing along at home? don’t forget to play show & tell… upload your photos to our flickr group HERE. follow along with all of our featured bakers, crafters & sewers on twitter HERE, & tweet about the holiday-inspired “bake, craft & sew along” using the hashtag #bakecraftsew.

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