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Pink Saturday~Turned Red, White and Blue!!

Happy 4th of July!!
Red, white and blue is my favorite color combination.  I guess it is because it is a great reminder of how blessed I am to live in the USA!!
I wanted to create something this year for the big celebration and saw this robot in the Family Fun magazine.
I knew I just had to make it!!
Due to my "cheapness" I made a few changes.  I bought the medium sized clear bucket, because the big one was twice as much and used colored paper for decorating. Everything else is recycled.  I used magnets to hold the bucket to the legs.
He's a bit smaller, but I think he turned out pretty cute!!  A good addition, not to mention useful centerpiece!!
Check out all the fun of this week's Pink Saturday over at How Sweet the Sound!
Also check out my friend Julie over at Little Bit of Everything.
She has an amazing blog with lots of delicious recipes, gorgeous pictures and lots more!!
Wishing you all a very safe, delicious and
 HAPPY 4TH of JULY!!  Enjoy!!

~Tiffanee

Comments

  1. Thanks so much for the wonderful comments. Have a happy 4th

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  2. How cute is that! Perfect for tomorrow.

    Have a spectacular 4th!

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  3. That robot is adorable. I am looking at an old post withthe pink cupcakes. You are good.

    Is that a new badge of have I been looking through it. Off to put it on my blogs.

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  4. this is super cute!! it woud be super easy to make something like this for any occasion...jstu change the paper and you can do any holiday. love it!

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  5. Wow. An adorable robobt - now how creative are you. Good job. Hope you had a great 4th of July this year. Just poking my head in to see what was up (resting and taking it easy from yesterday's hooplas) and to say "Hi".

    Haupi
    http://hauplight.blogspot.com/

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  6. That is way too cute...perfect for this holiday :)

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