How awesome is our country?!?!?!
And how lucky are we that we do have the freedom of speech! I can't imagine not having the opportunity or choice to read some of the most awesome blogs available!
If I want to take a stroll in my neighborhood and sing The Hills Are Alive from The Sound of Music at the top of my lungs...I can! Sure my neighbors may call the cops to pick me up for drunk - singing, but hey, I have the freedom to do so!
If I choose to sport the feminine version of the, all too famous hair style, the mullet, I can!
And I did.
Hair piece mullet.
A family of mullets!
Hair sweater and mullet. I'm feeling itchy just looking at this picture.
A couple of days ago me and Homeboy made some 4th of July pinwheels. And may I just say... pinwheels make me giddy with happiness! They're colorful, they spin... What's not to like?
To make our pinwheels I cut out 5 inch squares, out of double-sided scrapbook paper/card stock, with my Cricut machine.
Then I cut about a 3 inch long line, in each corner, towards the center.
I put a small piece of double-stick tape in the center of the square and pulled up one corner to the center. Repeat folding every other corner to the center. I used a glue gun to hold each corner in place and then I topped it with a button.
If you want your pinwheels to spin, stick a straight pin through the center of the pinwheel, place a pony bead behind the pinwheel, then stick the end of the straight pin into either a pencil eraser, a straw, or a wood dowel!
Happy 4th y'all!