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Vintage Market Days

Lauren Pace

This last few days we were apart of Vintage Market Days at the Cache County Fairgrounds. It was so much fun to be a part of such a unique show. I just wanted to share how I set up my booth, in case anyone is looking for ways to hang things.

You can hang clothes with these... or art prints... or anything else that hangs. I love them because they are super easy to move, they are light enough that I can carry them and set them up. 

Here's how you build them.

THE BASES

(I did 4 bases for the long one ~16' long & 2 for the short one ~2' long)

6- 1/2 in. Black Malleable Iron FPT Floor Flange

6- pieces of wood

Build the base however you want. My favorite bases were 2x8's cut at 8" so they were square. Then in the middle I put a floor flanges. I painted mine black, because they were silvery... and that doesn't go with copper.

THE STAND

Materials: 

6-  1/2" 5' copper pipes

5- 1/2" 4' copper pipes.

4- 90 degree elbow fittings

2- copper tees

6 male adapter fittings

DIRECTIONS

Screw the male adapter fittings into the floor flanges. Put the 5' copper fittings into all the bases. On the end of the stand put the elbows on and in the two middle pieces put the T pieces on top. Then put the 4' copper pipes in between all  of the poles. 

These stands worked AWESOME for me, plus I love copper pipe. So have at it. 

Easter Traditions

Lauren Pace

Having a baby under one, you want to start family traditions, but they don't really understand ANY of it yet. I just do some of the traditions anyway, and the others I just plan ahead with PJ for next year. This holiday is so tough because everyone celebrates it differently.

I had a little Easter basket ready for Charlie this morning. That was fun. Although, it was for me... not him because I didn't even put him in front of it. I just blew him some bubbles out of it and used it as an excuse to buy him a few cute things.

Some people believe that the Easter bunny hides the eggs. Some people believe the Easter bunny fills the eggs, and the parents hide the eggs. Some people get Easter baskets, others don't. Some people get presents galore. Some people go to church. Some people dye eggs. Some people roll them down the hill. As I watch and listen to families around me celebrate Easter, I get so giddy... so excited for the fun little things we can do with Charlie.

How fun is a holiday, celebrating the most important event in the history of this world. 

I just hope that as we do the fun traditions, we can ALWAYS, ALWAYS remember the reason for this day. The atonement is hard for children to understand. By next year, I hope that I can locate some sort of Easter traditions that focus on the spiritual reason for the celebration. What do you guys do?

I do send out my Christ print for FREE every year. If you haven't had the chance, go check out how to get the freebie on my instagram

The one thing we will always do... is celebrate with family. This year we were lucky enough to have all the Paces in town. We did an egg hunt. Watched the older ones dye eggs and had a family dinner. Then the family came back to our house and walked our dogs. We sure love our family and LOVE that Charlie has such amazing cousins.

Grandma and Grandson
Cousins in Logan Utah
Charlie and PJ
Pace Made designs

Bunco Night! [Freebie]

Lauren Pace

Who loves Bunco? It sounds like a grandma game, (no offense mom). But it actually is so fun, mainly because it requires no skill… and is played with a big group of friends. I love it because it’s a social night out with the girls and there are prizes involved. 

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