Saving More Than Me http://savingmorethanme.com A blog about redeeming, rescuing, preserving, and tending to. Thu, 20 Aug 2015 07:26:24 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://savingmorethanme.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/smtm-favicon-lighthouse-55d564d7v1_site_icon-32x32.pngSaving More Than Mehttp://savingmorethanme.com 32 32 A Daughter & Granddaughter Update + 6 Free Vintage Inspired Journal Cards {4 x 6} #scrapbookinghttp://savingmorethanme.com/2015/08/journal-cards http://savingmorethanme.com/2015/08/journal-cards#respond Thu, 20 Aug 2015 03:50:34 +0000 http://savingmorethanme.com/?p=61095 I blinked and it’s August! Okay, not really but this summer has gone by so quickly. I spent the better part of July and August with my daughter who was able to visit for 3 weeks. She’s expecting her first child in December which means she was tired and uncomfortable for the majority of the […]

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I blinked and it’s August! Okay, not really but this summer has gone by so quickly. I spent the better part of July and August with my daughter who was able to visit for 3 weeks. She’s expecting her first child in December which means she was tired and uncomfortable for the majority of the day.

We spent a lot of time at home because it was too difficult for her to enjoy any “out and about” activities. We did manage a visit or two to Target and a few other stores. This soon to be grandma {me!} had lots of fun looking at all the cute stuff that’s being sold for little girls. It’s been over 22 years since I’ve had a little girl so it was quite the education. Of course I wanted to buy everything! One of our best scores was a dress at Target. We snagged it on clearance and paid a whopping $2.80!  We couldn’t resist the price and the rows of colorful ruffles.  I also bought my daughter a “like new” crib for $50 that would have cost around $400 had we purchased it new. It’s convertible too!

A few months ago my husband brought home a jogging stroller that he got for free. A guest at the hotel {where my husband works} wasn’t able to take the stroller on his flight home so he gave it to my hubby. The stroller was bought new and it was only used during his family’s 2 week hotel stay. My daughter cleaned and disinfected it and it now looks brand new {the wheels still have the new spikes on them}. I’m happy that hotel guest passed it on because baby gear is expensive y’all!

While visiting, my daughter received a phone call from her doctor’s office. They let her know that the results of her genetic tests came back normal. The baby weighs a bit less than they would like {probably because my daughter didn’t have much of an appetite for the first 5 months}. I was the same way when I was pregnant with her. Anyway, all of the ultrasounds indicate that the baby is healthy and developing on schedule. I pray this continues.

My daughter returned to Florida last week because she had scheduled doctor’s appointments. Of course I’ve been feeling a bit blue since she left so I’ve been spending a lot of time catching up on design projects. I’ve been a chalk painting fool around here but in my down time, I’ve been creating digital designs.  I have to keep busy or else I dwell on the fact that I miss my kid. Anyway, I thought a set of journal cards would be fun so I created six 4 x 6 vintage inspired cards that you can print for free and use however you wish {just don’t sell them ;)}.

 

A Daughter & Granddaughter Update + 6 Free Vintage Inspired Journal Cards {4 x 6} #scrapbooking

 

 

 

I printed my journal cards out and then tied them together with some twine. I haven’t decided if I’m going to add some writing or good old fashioned ephemera to them. Either way, they’re a nice shabby chic touch. Enjoy!

 

 

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Ocean Life: Clown Fishhttp://savingmorethanme.com/2015/08/ocean-life-clown-fish http://savingmorethanme.com/2015/08/ocean-life-clown-fish#comments Sat, 08 Aug 2015 20:10:42 +0000 http://savingmorethanme.com/?p=60970 Ocean Life: Clown Anemone Fish Clown fish (amphiprion percula), also famously known as Nemo from the movie ‘Finding Nemo’, are one of the most recognizable tropical fish. They are bright orange in color with three distinctive white bars across their body. Clown anemone fish do not grow to be very large in size; in fact, they […]

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Ocean Life: Clown Fish

Ocean Life: Clown Anemone Fish

Clown fish (amphiprion percula), also famously known as Nemo from the movie ‘Finding Nemo’, are one of the most recognizable tropical fish. They are bright orange in color with three distinctive white bars across their body. Clown anemone fish do not grow to be very large in size; in fact, they only grow to be about 4.3 inches (11 centimeters) in length. According to National Geographic, they live an average life span of 6-10 years in the wild.

Where They Live:

Clown fish are found in tropical, marine reef habitats in the Indian Ocean, the Red Sea, Northern Australia, the South East Asia region, and the Western Pacific. Their primary home are anemones. Before the clown fish can actually take up residence in an anemone, they first perform an elaborate ‘dance’ with it. This is done by gently touching their bodies with the anemones’ tentacles. They do this until they become accustomed to their anemone and its stings. In fact, clown fish have a layer of mucus on their skin which allows them to be immune to the anemones’ painful stings. This also benefits the clown fish by protecting them from predators and intruders.

Food Source:

Their diet mostly consists of tiny algae, copepods, zooplankton, and isopods. Clown fish also eat the left over particles of food from the anemones’ captured prey and even the dead tentacles of the anemone itself.

How They Mate:

Clown anemone fish are very different when it comes to mating. Their groups have a strict dominance hierarchy. In the group, only the larger and dominant female and male will be the ones to reproduce, which is through external fertilization. Before this happens, the male builds a nest on a bare rock substrate that is close to the anemone and that will also provide protection against predators. The male then attracts the female through courting, which is characterized by chasing, biting, and extending its fins. When the spawning begins, the female will swim over the nest multiple times to release her eggs and then the male will swim over the eggs to fertilize them. The female lays about 100-1,000 eggs; this number depends on the age of the fish. The eggs are orange in color and very small in size (measuring 3-4 mm in length).

Fun Fact:

Did you know that all clown fish are actually born male? Once they mature, they then have the ability to switch their sex to female. However, the change is irreversible. This sex-change will only take place if they are becoming the dominant female of a group.

Ocean Life: Clown Fish

What Do You Think?

How many species of fish do you think live in anemones?

Answer: There are actually 28 known species of anemone fish. Most of these fish live in the anemones of shallow waters in the Red Sea, Indian Ocean, and the Western Pacific.

Ocean Life: Clown Fish

To learn more about ocean life, click on the links below!

Ocean Life: Green Sea Turtle

Ocean Life: Hammerhead Shark

Ocean Life: Seahorse

Ocean Life: Starfish (Sea Star)

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DIY Botanical Gallery Wall {Plus 4 Free Fern Prints}http://savingmorethanme.com/2015/08/free-fern-prints http://savingmorethanme.com/2015/08/free-fern-prints#comments Mon, 03 Aug 2015 20:50:05 +0000 http://savingmorethanme.com/?p=61037     When we moved into our current apartment, we downsized from a larger townhouse. This left me with unpacked boxes full of items that had no place to go. Since I don’t like clutter, I decided to get my house in order by first, purging the items I don’t absolutely love. I have donated […]

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When we moved into our current apartment, we downsized from a larger townhouse. This left me with unpacked boxes full of items that had no place to go. Since I don’t like clutter, I decided to get my house in order by first, purging the items I don’t absolutely love. I have donated loads to Goodwill but I’ve also sold a few pieces via my new favorite phone app: VarageSale.  After you install the app on your cell phone, you look for a group in your area to join. Once you’ve joined, you can sell items from your home and arrange pickup at your convenience. VarageSale has allowed me to sell the items I no longer want and then invest that money in pieces I do want. I love it!

**Note: VarageSale is a fairly new app so it may not be available in your area yet. Also, this is NOT a sponsored post. I’m simply sharing. :) 

As you’ll see in the photos below, I have a brown colored sofa which I’m not a fan of. I’m not sure if I’m going to sell it or buy a white slipcover for it. One thing I did know (even before the brown sofa} is that I wanted a botanical gallery wall in the living room.

After searching for free fern prints online, I found a few sites that had them available but the colors appeared muted and/or the images were in need of serious editing. Of course I could have purchased what I was wanted online but paying $200 for six framed fern prints was out of the question.  My solution? Scan, edit, and print my own prints from a vintage botanical book I borrowed from the library.

 

 

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The ferns were printed on Epson Ultra Premium Presentation Paper MATTE (8.5×11 Inches, 50 Sheets) (S041341) from Amazon. I have a laser printer and this paper from Epson makes all my vintage prints look like high quality art prints.

 

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I bought the frames from Walmart—ten dollars for a set of six 8 x 10 frames. I bought 3 sets since  you can’t beat that price and the frames are open which means prints and photos are easy to load.

To create the gallery wall, my husband painstakingly measured out the distance between each frame {2 inches}. Thank goodness for easy to use levels and wall stud finders.

 

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Since this photo was taken, I’ve already replaced the coffee table and added more succulents to my faux succulent bowl. I’m in the process of adding more pillows and I’m exploring the slipcover vs. new sofa option. I am in love with my gallery wall and I can tell you that the photos don’t do the greenery justice.

To help you get started on your own gallery wall, I’m giving you four free fern prints that I have personally scanned and edited.  Each print took 3-4 hours to scan and edit so I’m giving you, my lovely readers, four freebies. You can find the remainder of the fern prints in my Etsy shop. Check out my shop’s main page for a 10% off code {valid during August 2015}.

 

 

 

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Thoughts? Comments? Questions? I welcome them all.

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DIY Mosaic Wave Surfboard With Stained Glasshttp://savingmorethanme.com/2015/07/diy-mosaic-surfboard http://savingmorethanme.com/2015/07/diy-mosaic-surfboard#respond Fri, 31 Jul 2015 20:28:14 +0000 http://savingmorethanme.com/?p=60975 DIY Mosaic Wave Surfboard With Stained Glass I have always loved the beach and the waves of the ocean, and living in South Florida has definitely let me enjoy those two things everyday. However, I also found a new love for mosaics and I wanted to do a project that incorporated both. I finally decided on […]

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DIY Mosaic Wave Surfboard with Stained Glass

DIY Mosaic Wave Surfboard With Stained Glass

I have always loved the beach and the waves of the ocean, and living in South Florida has definitely let me enjoy those two things everyday. However, I also found a new love for mosaics and I wanted to do a project that incorporated both. I finally decided on a mosaic wave surfboard using stained glass! As soon as I had the project in mind, I wrote down a list of items that I needed to get and headed right to the craft store! This project definitely took a lot of patience and time, but it was well worth it in the end and I love it! Interested in making one yourself? Below I have listed the materials you will need and also the instructions on how to make it. Enjoy!

Materials:

– Stained Glass (I got all of mine from Hobby Lobby but you can find an assortment of colors at most craft stores.)

– Glass Cutters:

  • Wheeled Glass Nipper
  • Steel Wheel Glass Cutter

– A Strong, Permanent Adhesive (I found using a spray adhesive was much easier to use, but choose what is best for you and your project.)

– Grout (I used white sanded grout that I mixed with water.)

-Wood

– Pencil

– Tools To Cut Your Wood (Only if you decide not to get it done for you at a home improvement store such as Home Depot or Lowe’s.)

– Gloves (Optional: To protect your hands from getting hurt while cutting the glass.)

Instructions:

DIY Mosaic Wave Surfboard with Stained Glass

1) First step is to cut your wood into the shape you are happy with. Using the pencil, stencil/sketch the shape out so that whoever is cutting the wood, can cut the shape easily. You can also use a measuring tape like I did to make sure that everything is even and balanced before it is officially cut out.

2) Now use the pencil to sketch out your design onto the wood.

3) After your surfboard shape is cut out and you are happy with the design sketched onto the wood, you are now ready to cut the stained glass and start placing them. Using your glass cutting tools, cut the stained glass into the size and shapes you prefer. For this one, I decided to use smaller pieces and on my next one I will use larger squares.

*Remember, the smaller the pieces are, the more time and patience that this project will take! This mosaic surfboard took me many, MANY hours and days to finish but it is worth it.

DIY Mosaic Wave Surfboard with Stained Glass

4) Continue placing the glass pieces onto your surfboard. While doing this, I did use the spray adhesive so that the glass pieces would stay in place and so that my work wouldn’t get messed up.

DIY Mosaic Wave Surfboard with Stained Glass

5) Once you’re all finished placing the glass pieces and the adhesive is fully dry, you are ready to start grouting!

*Make sure that there are no loose pieces of glass on your project before you start grouting. To do this, I just stood the surfboard up against the wall and also brushed my hand across it to see if any pieces were loose and fell off; any that did, I made sure to securely place them on.

DIY Mosaic Wave Surfboard with Stained Glass

6) Ready to grout? Follow the instructions on the grout container that you are using. To wipe the grout off of the stained glass tiles, I found using a damp wash cloth was much easier for me than a sponge.

7) Let your project dry overnight. To protect your hard work, you can choose to spray a grout & tile sealer onto your surfboard.

8) Then, you’re all finished and your project is complete! :) You can now set up your beautiful mosaic surfboard anywhere in your home.

My complete mosaic surfboard measures 4 feet in height and a width across of 1.5 feet in the center.

*If you have any questions, please feel free to comment below!

DIY Mosaic Wave Surfboard with Stained Glass

DIY Mosaic Wave Surfboard with Stained Glass

DIY Mosaic Wave Surfboard with Stained Glass

**This item is also for sale on my Etsy account! More mosaic pieces will be added soon! 

 

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Free Fonts Inspired By The Beach and Seahttp://savingmorethanme.com/2015/07/fonts-inspired-by-the-beach http://savingmorethanme.com/2015/07/fonts-inspired-by-the-beach#respond Tue, 28 Jul 2015 22:34:30 +0000 http://savingmorethanme.com/?p=61026     Should I say that summer is half over? Or should I say that we have half a summer left? I think I’ll opt for the latter even though the heat is killing me. Despite the heat, it’s hard not to enjoy summer vacations, family barbecues, trips to the beach, and lazy days with […]

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Should I say that summer is half over? Or should I say that we have half a summer left? I think I’ll opt for the latter even though the heat is killing me. Despite the heat, it’s hard not to enjoy summer vacations, family barbecues, trips to the beach, and lazy days with no alarm clock.

I was at the James River a few weeks ago and it was nice to see families enjoying the sunshine and the outdoors. I always get a smile on my face whenever I hear kids laughing and having fun. Times goes by quickly which is why it’s nice to slow down during the summer months and enjoy the everyday moments.

One of my favorite summer activities is visiting garage sales. I love looking for vintage items, furniture, etc., At a recent garage sale I acquired seven nautical-themed pieces of decor for $5.00.  Most of the items still had the original Home Goods price sticker on them and I can tell you that I definitely got my money’s worth. One of the 7 items that I bought was an oar with the word “coastal” on it. I like the colors but the font that “coastal” is written in looks out-of-place. I decided that I’m going to paint over it and use a more sea-worthy font. I’m probably going to use the Manic Sea font listed below but I haven’t committed as of yet. We’ll see how it goes. Anyway, I hope you enjoy the rest of your summer and hopefully you’ll find a creative project to use these fonts in. I love them all!

 

 

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Manic Sea

Sea Turtle

Palm Beach

Seaweed Script

Wishful Waves

Pier

Nantucket

Beach Resort

Ocean coastlines

Sealife by House of Lime dingbat

 

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Weruva Cat Food: Review + Giveaway [CLOSED]{2 Winners}{US/CAN}http://savingmorethanme.com/2015/07/weruva-cat-food http://savingmorethanme.com/2015/07/weruva-cat-food#comments Mon, 20 Jul 2015 22:30:13 +0000 http://savingmorethanme.com/?p=61011   Weruva Cat Food: Review and Giveaway {2 Winners}{US/CAN} Disclosure:  Weruva sent me a complimentary box of cat food to facilitate this review. All opinions are mine {and the cats}.  Before I left for the BlogPaws conference in May, Weruva sent me a box of cat food for the kitties to try. The box contained […]

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Weruva Cat Food: Review and Giveaway {2 Winners}{US/CAN}

Disclosure:  Weruva sent me a complimentary box of cat food to facilitate this review. All opinions are mine {and the cats}. 

Before I left for the BlogPaws conference in May, Weruva sent me a box of cat food for the kitties to try. The box contained an assortment from the four Weruva lines of cat food:

  1. Cats in the Kitchen
  2. b.f.f. {best feline friend}
  3. Weruva original and
  4. Weruva Tru-Luxe

The cats are huge fans of the Cats in the Kitchen line so I knew that all four fur-kids would lick their plates their clean. With regards to the other 3 lines of food, I planned to conduct a taste test. Since I didn’t have time to do this before I left for Nashville, I set the box aside.

When I returned home, I noticed that the Weruva box was empty. When I asked my husband about it, he said he fed the cats whatever was in there. When I reminded him that I planned to review that food with the cats, he said he forgot. I then asked him specifics {hoping to glean some kind of info I could use for my Weruva review}. His responses? “I don’t remember” and “they ate it all.” Oh boy.

I wouldn’t call my cats finicky but they are picky. Considering they licked the bowls clean {my husband’s exact words}, I’ll let those results speak for themselves.

The kitties love Weruva!

What makes Weruva different than other pet food?

  • Carnivorous focus
  • Protein fit for human consumption
  • Human food processing standards
  • Non-blended formulas

If you want your cats to lick their bowls clean, enter this pawsome giveaway and you might snag a prize for your felines!

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Details:

2 winners will each receive 1 case of TruLuxe cat food (3 oz, 24 cans, you get to choose the flavor—after you consult with your cats of course 😉 ). The approximate retail value of each prize is $40.

This giveaway is open to entrants in the US and Canada {with the exception of Quebec}. You must be 18 years of age or older to enter.

How to enter:

Follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter form. The first entry is mandatory and the rest are optional. Good luck!

 

 

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Marvel’s Ant-Man: Free Activity Printables + Movie Trailer @AntManhttp://savingmorethanme.com/2015/07/ant-man http://savingmorethanme.com/2015/07/ant-man#respond Mon, 20 Jul 2015 20:07:15 +0000 http://savingmorethanme.com/?p=61004 Marvel’s Ant-Man: Free Activity Printables + Movie Trailer @AntMan     Disclosure:  Marvel/Disney Publicity has provided me with all post assets. I have permission to share.  In case you haven’t heard, Marvel’s Ant-Man was released in theaters on Friday, July 17th.  This movie brings a founding member of The Avengers to the big screen for the first […]

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Disclosure:  Marvel/Disney Publicity has provided me with all post assets. I have permission to share. 

In case you haven’t heard, Marvel’s Ant-Man was released in theaters on Friday, July 17th.  This movie brings a founding member of The Avengers to the big screen for the first time. Marvel Comics first introduced Hank Pym/Ant-Man in 1962 in “Tales to Astonish #27” and later Pym appeared alongside The Avengers in the team’s debut in “Avengers #1” in 1963. Pym became Ant-Man after discovering a chemical substance—the Pym Particle—that allowed him to alter his size and possess superhuman strength. With the development of another of Pym’s technologies, Ant-Man also has the ability to control armies of ants.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s new action-packed adventure brings us master thief Scott Lang as the present-day Ant-Man. After being armed by
Dr. Hank Pym with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, Lang must embrace his inner hero and help Pym protect the secret behind his spectacular Ant-Man suit from a new generation of towering threats. Against seemingly insurmountable obstacles, Pym and Lang must plan and pull off a heist that will save the world.

 


Marvel’s Ant-Man stars Paul Rudd (“I Love You, Man,” “Role Models”) as Scott Lang aka Ant-Man; Evangeline Lilly (“The Hobbit: The Desolation of
Smaug,” “Lost”) as Hope van Dyne, daughter of Hank Pym; Corey Stoll (“House of Cards,” “The Bourne Legacy”) as Darren Cross aka Yellowjacket; Bobby Cannavale (“Chef,” “Blue Jasmine”) as Paxton; Michael Peña (“End of Watch,” “American Hustle”) as Luis; Tip “T.I.” Harris (“American Gangster,” “Identity Thief”) as Dave; Wood Harris (“Above the Rim,” “Remember the Titans”) as Gale; Judy Greer (“13 Going on 30,” “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes”) as Maggie; David Dastmalchian (“The Dark Knight,” “Prisoners”) as Kurt; and Michael Douglas (“Behind the Candelabra,” “Wall Street”) as Dr. Hank Pym.
Peyton Reed directs Marvel’s  Ant-Man with Kevin Feige, p.g.a., producing and Louis D’Esposito, Alan Fine, Victoria Alonso, Michael Grillo, Stan Lee and Edgar Wright serving as executive producers. The story is by Edgar Wright & Joe Cornish and the screenplay is by Edgar Wright & Joe Cornish and Adam McKay & Paul Rudd. I haven’t seen the movie yet but I hear Stan Lee makes an appearance.

To celebrate the release of the movie, Marvel has created a FREE Ant-Man Family Pack full of coloring pages, games, and other activities. Once you’ve printed out your goodies, take a peek at the Ant-Man trailer linked down below.

Ant Man Family Pack

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