Are you a homeowner who doesn’t want to put more holes in your wall, or perhaps you’re a renter who can’t put holes in the wall but you have something special that you want to display? Then I suggest using one of these small US Art Supply 12” Natural Easels as they are a perfect solution.
If you are having a gathering of friends, family or clients for a book signing or even a High School Graduation party then these easels are ideal for showcasing a Diploma, Certificate or newly published book.
The US Art Supply 12” Natural Easels are easy to assemble and are quite sturdy. Putting them together can become a winter weekend DIY project for you and the kids or grandkids and they can be spray painted to match any décor. The US Art Supply 12” Natural Easels are perfectly sized to be placed on any tabletop or shelf and can be used in a bedroom, dorm room or even bathroom.
They ship quickly from Amazon in a pack of four and as you can see I have assembled two of them, so I am giving away the other two and hopefully you will be one of the lucky winners who have entered via the Rafflecopter below.
This giveaway is open to USA residents only and will end on 1/31/16, so hurry and enter for your chance to win today.
The US Art Supply 12” Natural Easels are easy to assemble with just these few pieces.
Use short screw for the tripod and the long screw for the two ledge pieces.
What would you display on a US Art Supply 12” Natural Easel?
This has been another blessed week, with our oldest being accepted into the CLSC Program at the University of Delaware and tonight our youngest is graduating from Appoqunimink High School!
I don’t let grass grow under my feet either because in addition to working full time outside of the home I also sell Avon and have been since 2002. Honestly, I don’t have a large customer base but enjoy selling products for a company that has been in business for over 125 years!
I use Anew products on my face and I love how Avon has changed their clothing selections to keep in line with the current trends. Unfortunately, it eats into my profits but that’s okay because I love their accessories, the shoes, sneakers, scarves and especially the totes and purses.
Check out this comfy casual outfit that I wore at the end of April, it’s was totally thrifted from Goodwill but accessorized by Avon.
Scarf – Avon | Polka Dot Top – Goodwill
Polka Dot Sneakers – Avon | Skirt – Goodwill
Color Block Tote – Avon | Black Studded Pumps – The Salvation Army
I hope you all had a wonderful Valentine’s Day and regardless of where you went, what you ate or what gift you received, you were able to spend quality time with people you love because that’s all that truly matters.
Last Saturday hubby and I spent most of the day with our son at Appoquinimink High School’s Wrestling Team’s Senior Day – now that’s a mouthful! Some of you may know that my son started wrestling after the Thanksgiving break and he finished the season with a 5-5 record due to a knee injury. Saturday was his last match, which he lost but all in all he enjoyed the experience and bonding with his teammates and the coaches.
Prior to the match, each soon-to-graduate Senior escorted their parents/guardians onto the gym floor and presented their mother with a rose.
Malik enjoyed wrestling this season and regretted that he didn’t join the team during his earlier years of High School.
Wrestling at 170 lbs, this was his last match and you can see the disappointment on his face after the disappointing loss.
But like the good athlete he is, it only lasted a few minutes and after talking to his dad, he was back enjoying the rest of the matches with his teammates.
It was a great day and watching the team knowing that it’s the end of the season was more bittersweet for me than for him.
Mom being silly unbeknownst to hubby or son!
I ended the afternoon getting a new camera bag from Cameras Etc. in Newark.
Did you share love and laughter last weekend?
Don’t forget to share a post at this weekend’s #WWDParty
I trust you all had a great weekend with an opportunity to do something special with your family or friends. Saturday evening after spending all day sitting on hard gym bleachers at our son’s 1st wrestling tournament, hubby and I attended a festive family event. The family members were some that we had never met before nor did we know they live only 12 miles from us.
It was at my mother-in-law’s funeral this past summer that a cousin told us about this annual family affair and invited us to attend. It was a festive evening spent with our new found family members and their wonderful friends.
Here are a few highlights from the evening.
Their home was beautifully decorated and decked out for the holidays
Plenty of food and drinks…
Chatter and Cheesecakes…
Joyful jokes and jolly …
Many conversations and memories from past…
Festive photo in front of twinkling windows…
Giggles, games and gambling…
A night of Festive Family Fun led to a our first Snowy Sunday…
Today was the last day of school for my son at Appoquinimink High School and he is now officially a Senior (pray for me). If your kids are also out of school and you are looking for family friendly summer activities, here are a few websites listing budget friendly options.
Ring Ceremony for the Class of 2014 at Appoquinimink High School
Last evening was the Ring Ceremony, a high school tradition that started in….aah well I really don’t know when it started because in 1977 I got my ring in the mail! Anywho, months ago when al-Malik and his father ordered his ring it fit, last night, not so much. He has been working out like a maniac hoping to make next year’s Varsity Football team so everything including his fingers has bulked up. It will need to be resized as did Tayair’s who’s finger size also increased, thank goodness Josten’s provides a lifetime of free adjustments.
The Ring Ceremony includes having 13 classmates turn your ring around once towards the thumb and then a close family member turns it towards the pinkie, towards the heart to seal in good fortune. Malik didn’t do this because the ring was too small and his finger would have swollen up like a sausage!
This is the last High School ring that we have to purchase and hopefully neither his nor his brother’s will end up in the Atlantic Ocean like mine did – that’s a story for another day but at least I still have my college ring which won’t even fit my pinkie!!