>Many Menu Boards (and lake pictures!)

>Well, I am officially stuffed from Thanksgiving! I had a GREAT time with my families (hubby’s and mine) and we got up to the lake and relaxed. Here’s some pictures from the lake…

View of the lake from the house

My messy sewing area…keepin it real :p



Hubby busy writing his thesis




Buckley loooves the quiet lake house

I loooove the real fire 🙂


Scenic Outlook of the next town about 15 miles away

All of the weekend festivities = a very sleepy dog!

I have this craft fair coming up on Saturday…a little stressed out!! So I made up some more menu boards when I got home today:

Want to see them close up? Well sure! 😉

This is the “customized” board I made for Rachel (who won my giveaway)…I promise it’s being mailed tomorrow! 🙂





This one is being donated to the raffle for the craft fair

What are your thoughts? I tried to incorporate a bunch of different colors/designs for different tastes…hoping I’ll get some buyers! I am going to try to sell them for $10 a piece at the craft fair. I still want to make at least 5 more before Saturday…oh yeah, and I have to teach too! 😉 I have my formal observation on Tuesday, so you probably won’t hear from me until after that!
Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving filled with family, fun, and lots of food 🙂 Thanks again for all of your amazing encouragement and inspirations!

Comments
15 Responses to “>Many Menu Boards (and lake pictures!)”
  1. Michelle L. says:

    >Hi, Christina – those are really amazing! Love all the different versions, all so elegant. Hope you have a successful craft fair!

  2. Kristen says:

    >How exciting…a craft fair. I wish I had time to do that. It would't be easy corraling my twins and trying to makes sales at the same time. I hope you do well. Your menu boards are so cute. You asked for suggestions…what about some small fabric rosette clusters on the corner. Like on the white one, it would give some dimension. Just a thought. They look great though!!! I need one in my kitchen. It would save LOTS of paper.Good luck!

  3. >I love the menu boards!!! They are so awesome. Good luck at the craft fair!!!

  4. Martha anne says:

    >So Cute, I want the white one please!

  5. Jill says:

    >Those menu boards are a great idea! Hope you sell lots! And good luck with your teaching observation! :)Thanks for linking to A Round Tuit.Hope you have a great week!Jill @ Creating my way to Successhttp://jembellish.blogspot.com/

  6. >This is a fantastic idea! I love them. Good luck at the craft fair!!

  7. >Those are adorable! I would absolutely purchase something like that 🙂

  8. Allison says:

    >You've been busy, busy! They all looks fabulous! And it looks like you guys had a great time at the lake! Thanks so much for your sweet comment on my burlap table runners! I love how they came out! 🙂

  9. Allison says:

    >Thanks for linking up your menu boards!

  10. >These are clever. I'm bookmarking this one for Christmas presents!

  11. >I love this idea! It's perfect for menu planning!! I'm going to make this for my kitchen – I'll link to you when I do. I'm your newest follower…come check out my blog when you get a chance :-)Shantel @www.itsapricelesslife.blogspot.com

  12. >Love the lake pictures–love the menu boards–what great gift ideas! Thanks for linking up to Beyond the Picket Fence's Under $100 Party.

  13. Megan says:

    >I love the stuff you've done! I've tried so many of the things you've outlined (I've linked to your blog in each post!) … how did the craft fair turn out? I've been curious!

  14. Janet says:

    >You have such a nice selection, great job!

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