Making it Big

See how much fun you can have blowing things up around the house- check out my post at SC Johnson Family Economics on enlarging simple little things to create a bit of silliness in your decor!

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24 Responses to Making it Big

  1. #1 - bridget {bake at 350} says:

    that is hilarious!

  2. #2 - Tasha says:

    Hilarious!

  3. #3 - Leslie says:

    Oh, LOVE!!! You remember how I wanted to start a collection of the little bread tabs last year? I've got about 1/8th of a peanut jar full of them, and am still saving them. (Man, this takes a long time!) I think I might just need a ginormous one for my new fridge, though. :-)

  4. #4 - Becki D says:

    Uh-Dorable!!!

  5. #5 - Susan says:

    LOL…thanks for the giggle ;o)

  6. #6 - --strings and things-- says:

    I LOVE IT!

    husband is in New Mexico for work for two weeks… I would love to see the look on his face to find giant keys, coins, etc through the house when he gets back

  7. #7 - Createology says:

    Super Fun and I can see many possibilities with this one! Happy creating…

  8. #8 - The Pennington Point says:

    I love it! Every house needs a little bit of whimsy. It shows that we don't take ourselves too seriously. Fun! Lisa~

  9. #9 - andrea says:

    Look so great, what a fun idea. I am going to have to try this.

  10. #10 - Bonibleaux Designs says:

    What a great idea!! The possibilities are endless!!!

  11. #11 - Debra Heschl's Photography says:

    what a great idea…too funny:D

  12. #12 - Sue says:

    I LOVE this idea!

  13. #13 - Dennis Gold says:

    I love it. What a fantastically, funny idea. I want to embrace this!

  14. #14 - Elise says:

    I can't even tell you how perfectly timed this post is for lil' me! We are inheriting BOXES of mint items from the 40's & 50's life in Marin/San Rafel High – "what to do?" I was just asking myself – these are GREAT ideas! YOU ROCK, sweet Cathe! Yipeeeee!

  15. #15 - liz @ bon temps beignet says:

    Cathe you are a genius. I'm going right now to find pictures of the new king and queen stamps to blow up.

    Oh, and I don't know if you read all the comments from yesterday's giveaway but I wanted to tell you again that I *LOVE* your doodles. Like, a lot.

    : )

  16. #16 - susan says:

    Thanks so much for the link to "Big"! Who doesn't need a little silly in their lives? I am an elementary school art teacher and think this idea has a ton of potential….So grateful for the inspiration on your blog….Thanks!

    Susan

  17. #17 - Leah Martin says:

    Hahaha! I love it! I want one!!! LOL

  18. #18 - Cortney Lyon says:

    I love that! I have to be honest- I ussually read your blog though Google Reader…but when I do come striaght her I am reminded of how much I love your banner at the top of your page. It's so beautiful!

  19. #19 - Annie @ Wiloh says:

    That's so cute!

  20. #20 - reader says:

    Could you print them out on the printable magnet sheets to use them on the fridge, or does attaching separate magnets work better? You're so creative!

  21. #21 - Cathe Holden says:

    reader: you could go either way, great idea! However, using foam core gives more dimension to the piece. Thanks for the comment/question.

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  23. #23 - My Life Under the Bus says:

    That is hysterical – at first I thought it was photoshopped !

  24. #24 - Maria says:

    I LOVE this idea!! :) Sooo fun!