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Jun052013

Iron Craft ‘13 Challenge #12 - Picnics

Hello Iron Crafters! I’m guest hosting the current challenge while Kathy is making her way through Ireland.

Since it’s June and the weather is finally shaping up to look like summer around here, my mind is drifting away to picnics. Doesn’t matter where you have them, they’re always fun.

So the challenge is to show us something you use, eat, play, etc.--at a picnic. It can be your grandma’s best fried chicken, your favorite picnic menu, a portable game you like to play with friends and family--anything like that.

Have fun, and think picnic thoughts! Here are some ideas to get you started:

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Reader Comments (2)

Great theme! I've had picnics on the brain, too, so this is perfectly timed!

June 6, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterAbbie

So happy to hear that! :)

June 6, 2013 | Registered CommenterElle

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