personalized gifts for dad DIY Easy Watermelon Slice Pouch free stencil custom anniversary gifts

 personalized gifts for dad     |      2020-01-18 11:57

While I’;m away, you are all in for such a treat with all the guest bloggers I have lined up. Such great stuff! This DIY Easy Watermelon Slice Pouch Free Stencil?from Minted Strawberry is so dang cute! This watermelon stenciled image is on trend and will become your favorite pouch. It matches this DIY Watermelon Utensil holder too.

?Hello everyone! I’;m so happy to be here guest-posting on Today’;s Creative Life. I’;m Aki and I blog at Minted Strawberry. I love making my own jewelry and accessories and therefore I share a lot of jewelrypersonalized gifts for dad, fashion and accessory DIYs on my blog. I also graphic design and occasionally share free printables to download. I hope you’;ll visit me in my little corner of the interwebs! I created this simple diy?easy watermelon slice pouch free stencil to be used any way you’;d like.?

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