Date: 2017-03-19 02:15
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Hi there! Crystal here, from Stitched by Crystal ! Are you excited about springtime finally arriving like I am? We don’t have much of a winter where I live, but I always really look forward to lovely spring weather and planting pretty spring flowers….and spring sewing! I have a fun spring-y scrap busting project to share with you today, butterfly hair bows!
We have developed conventions for how to write Makefiles, which all GNU packages ought to follow. It is a good idea to follow these conventions in your program even if you don't intend it to be GNU software, so that users will be able to build your package just like many other packages, and will not need to learn anything special before doing so.
Moms are the greatest. They deserve the world! Mother 8767 s Day is the one day of the year that we get to celebrate and honor our mothers, so here are some DIY ideas for mom. There are so many things you can do Continue Reading
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We love making handmade bookmarks for our collection of books! Not only are they fun to craft, but they can be used again and again with all the books in our little library. Today, we 8767 re making DIY watercolor bookmarks with words inspired Continue Reading
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Have you ever wanted to make the Perfect Pot Roast? Have you tried making these before and perhaps you wondered why it didn 8767 t turn out exactly the way you wanted.