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March 08, 2010


Ohmygosh! They DO grow up so fast!!! She always was a cutie - that's for sure! Hugs to you Mom.

Cute Idea!!!

was the wire in block when you got them

That looks like a cute idea to sit on the table. Traci

Cute idea!!!

Love this idea. I am curious about the wire also.

So stinking cute!! That is a great idea and to have all the different photos of her life is great!!! Love it!!

So sad my girls have already graduated and I can't CASE your adorable idea. The memories are bittersweet -- you'd love to keep them small but when they are such beautiful young adults, that's a blessing, too. Thanks for sharing. mary jo

It is amazing how fast they grow up, mine is in his first year of college and now staying up there to get a summer job. Thought I would get summers at least. Treasure every moment with them. She is beautiful!

Hi Dawn...Jessie looks so grown up...my goodness time does fly by...graduating...she is the cutest...these blocks will make great deco for the tables. Did you just get some fine wir and bend it to the shape you wanted to hold the photos? I know it can be done easliy..but didn't know if you bought them or made them. BUT...knowing how crafty you are...thought you probably made them. Cute...cute idea! Have a GREAT week...Patty

Great idea, and really like seeing Jessie's photos.

I am wondering where you got the wires, did you just buy it and add it?

Very cute idea. Where do you get the wires, or do you "make them" with heavy gauge wire?

Hi Dawn,
Ah the memories :) My son will be graduating next year. I can't believe how fast time goes by, it's scary. That is one cute idea. Love the colors.

I would love to know where you got the wood blocks from. My nephew is getting married this summer & I am helping his mom come up with some table decorations....might be a possibility.

Also would love to know about the wires.....my daughter is graduating this June so it is right up our alley!

What a cute idea and great photos of Jessie! And yes they do grow up fast, so treasure each moment. :-)

What a cute idea to put on the tables.

Such a cute idea... Dawn you are so talented...
Congrats to Jessie...She is so beautiful...You must be very proud of her...
Smiles & Hugs

Hi Dawn,
Love this idea and I would love to do this to create blocks to hold photos for teacher gifts for the end of the year. Can you please share how you put the wire in the block and what kind of wire you used?
Thanks for being such an inspiration. I love visiting your blog.

cute idea!! got a son graduating this year and would be neat decorations for his party!! where did you get the blocks and were the wires in them already?

So very cute! Where did you find your cubes and wires and how did you attach the wires to the block? TIA!

Hi Dawn, I like this idea and am considering it for a wedding which I'm helping to organize. Would you be so kind as to share where you purchased the wires that are attached to the block and how you attached them?

Thanks in advance.

wanting to know the same thing where did you get the wire and how do you get them in the blocks . wonderful idea , the tables will look beautiful.

just "stumbled" on your blog! I love these so simple and cute...I too like the others wonder where you found the wires...I once looked all over to find some with no luck. I have ton of wood blocks left over from another project and would love to do somethining like this with them!

hi dawn im just adding to what everyone wants to know .... where did you get those blocks? did you do it yourself?? they are great
love all that you do

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