Monday, November 11, 2013

PRECIOUS FINGERPRINTS

Do you know Megan at Our Pinteresting Family?  She just had the most beautiful twin boys!  I can't imagine having twins.  (I get exhausted just having my Grandson for a few days.)  While Megan's resting up and enjoying Ty and Davis, I'm doing a guest post over at her blog today.  In honor of Megan being doubly blessed, I'll be sharing something I don't do very often...a jewelry project. It's made with a precious fingerprint.
Please head over to Megan's blog, Our Pinteresting Family and check it out!  I'll make it easy for you....just click HERE.

18 comments:

  1. awwwwwwwww so cute! Love this necklace and the story behind it - hey where did you get the key from?

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  2. How cute! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  3. Well I'm going over to see....

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  4. It's so cute, I went to check out the post !

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  5. Twins are double the blessing. Congrats to Megan! Heading over to check out the project

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    1. I had to come back...that is so precious, Danni. I am too tired to cry, but you almost got me!
      xoxoxo

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  7. This is an adorable idea, Danni ! Maybe for my future grandkids ? {if any!}

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  8. Oh Danni - that's so pretty - heading off to your guest post now - I'm SO excited she had the babies!!!
    XOXO

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  9. Now that necklace is darn right adorable and very clever on how you painted the tiny print. The whole thing is a great work of art.
    I don't make jewelry but thank you for the very easy instructions on how to make something like this.
    Enjoy your day
    ColleenB.
    Getting a blast of winter moving in today and possible freeze in the morning :{

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  10. Such a beautiful necklace Danni! I am pinning this as I would love my sister to make one with her new grandsons fingerprint!

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  11. Congrats to Megan! I have twin boy nephews and just love them to bits!

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  12. Super cute! You should make jewelry more often. You could put it in that crock you're shipping to Illinois. :P

    -andi

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  13. What an adorable necklace and something to treasure for generations! So sweet. Headed over....

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