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Are you still looking for a great Mother’s Day gift? This is one if my favorite deals out there!

Make a FREE 8×10 Photo Canvas. You just pay shipping which is around $14.95! Or if you want to order a bigger one, get $50 off with FREE Shipping. It is very easy to upload your  picture and order. Even better, the product is high quality!

This would not only make a great Mother’s Day gift, it is also a great gift for any occasion, artwork, business logos, and much more. Another great photo/artwork to print on the canvas is a Handprint Flower or Fingerpaint Art.

Get your order in by April 29th to ensure delivery by Mothers Day!

 

Ink Garden

This is about the time I start to think about Mothers Day and what kind of gifts to buy. I prefer personalized gifts the most and this is one I love!

Right now there is a promo code to get a Ceramic Mug for FREE on Ink Garden. The mugs are normally $8.99, but use promo code FREEMUG and get it for FREE. You can upload your own photo(s) and create your own text to make the mug one of a kind.  They have over 250 designs to choose from, or you can create your own from scratch.

Shipping is just $5.99!

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Ink Garden Free Mug

Tissue Paper Votive Holder

I have always heard that tissue paper could give create a stained glass look, but I wasn’t too sure until I tried it out myself. I couldn’t believe how easy it was! This is cheap to make using scrap tissue paper and votive holders that you can get for a dollar or less.

NEED:Votive Holder With Tissue Paper

  • Tissue Paper
  • Elmer’s Glue
  • Votive Holder
  • Large Paint Brush (sponge brush works great)
  • Permanent Marker (optional)

HOW TO:

  1. Cut tissue paper into 1″ or smaller squares
  2. Brush a thin layer of glue on about half the votive holder
  3. Randomly place the tissue paper onto the votive holder (on the bottom and top, I let the tissue paper hang off and trimmed when I was complete)
  4. Brush more glue on as you work your way around
  5. After you have covered the holder, brush glue over the whole thing
  6. When glue dries, decorate with permanent marker (optional)

What do you think? I was very impressed how it turned out. It doesn’t even look like tissue paper. I am going to try this on a larger scale when I can get to the store to get a hurricane candle holder.