Monday, September 10, 2018

Dollar Store Craft Challenge - Welcome our New Neighbor

Many of my followers know we have a favorite neighbor, Emery.  Well, Emery just welcomed  a new baby brother! 

Exciting times in our 'hood, huh?  ;-)

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My Dollar Store Challenge is all about those adorable sweethearts, but I am thrilled to share the stage with these lovely bloggers!

This month's project begins with baby bottles for Everett and sippy cups for Emery.

I found these inexpensive options and wanted to give them some personality.

With a little help from my DIY cutting machine and vinyl from my stash, blue bunnies, pink chickens and E's in both colors were added.

OK.  Just one more!  ;-)

Emery and her parents were delighted with the small welcome gifts!

I bet Everett was, too!  ;-)  So, now we have TWO favorite neighbors!  How fun!

Take a look at all these affordable projects!

;-)  -Marci


  1. What a sweet way to welcome your new neighbor! I'm sure the parents loved these.

  2. The baby bottles and sippy cups are too cute, Marci! Congrats to your neighbors!

  3. Very cute additions to those bottles and sippy cups.

  4. Marci, What a lovely gift this is to welcome a new baby! Amazing what you can do with a few Dollar Store items! Pinned

  5. Personalized gifts are always so thoughtful and nice. Congrats on the new addition to your neighborhood. Babies are precious.

  6. Those are super cute and a great way to welcome your new neighbor. Vinyl makes it so easy to make things special.

  7. That's such a cute idea, and a very sweet way to welcome a new neighbour! I love how you made gifts for the baby and for the older sister too.
    Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty link Party. Pinned.

  8. What a fun way to make a personalized gift for children! It's so nice you have the cutting machine. Monogramming costs big bucks usually!

  9. This is a really cute and sweet idea! Personalized bottles are so fun!


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