CSI Girl, Dee

About dee

I am a craft lovin', Diet coke drinkin' kind of girl! I love glitter and anything leopard print. My passions are crafting, fitness and living a healthy lifestyle and of course my family. The CSI Project believes in the mission to Create, Share and Inspire. When you create and share, you are sure to inspire! Hope you come away from The CSI Project inspired and come back anytime!!!

Recycled Succulent Bunny Planter

2 liter bottles make the perfect craft materials. Who doesn’t love a craft that cost little to no money and recycles?
This Succulent Bunny Planter would make a good kids craft. Perfect for spring and even mother’s day!
Take an old 2 Liter and cut out the bottom and make bunny ears. Paint and add a […]

Peacock Organizer {Kids Craft}

Sometimes you just need a cute organizer for all of the pens, markers and other things that seem to find a home on your desk.
And that is not even talking about the kids messes- ahem. I mean kids stuff. Like markers, pencils and crayons. Why not let them help you create one?
Last fall, I […]

By |February 22nd, 2015|Challenge|7 Comments

Puzzle Piece Spring Wreath

Puzzle Pieces + Felt+ Spring Greenery + Scrabble Tiles

Some projects may seem odd at first. This is one. I took an old puzzle and sorted through the pieces to find all of the ones that had pretty spring colors. Then, they sat on my living room floor. And sat. 2 weeks later, I knew […]

By |February 17th, 2015|crafts, Spring, Wreath|17 Comments

New E-Book of Poems + Free Download

Confession Monday:
I am your CSI Girl,Dee

I love romance, I love all things love and today I am excited to share with you my latest projects an E-book about, you guessed it, LOVE!
Another confession:
I love to write poems. The sappier, the sillier and crazy in love the better.
So, I teamed up with another blogger who […]

By |February 16th, 2015|Blogging, E-Book|1 Comment

Donut Box Valentine

I live and {craft} in a small but beautiful town. We have a grocery store, a McDonald’s, a gas station and wait for a it………we have a Dunkin’ Donuts!
Very Exciting!
I think this is a good thing because I enjoy donuts.
Really, really love them but this is also a bad thing because it is […]

By |February 9th, 2015|Challenge|0 Comments

Valentine Mason Jar Light

A few months ago, I fell in love with a Mason Jar Light Kit that I found on Darby Smart.
You can find the same one here.
After I bought it, I had no idea how I wanted to use it so it sat in the corner. The corner of my craft room where good […]

Au Jus Gravy Roast{Slow Cooker Meal}

Awww……..the slow cooker!
Busy weeknights hero!!!
With just 5 ingredients, you have a dinner cooking all day.

Be sure, before you add all of the ingredients pictured that you add 1/2 cup of water to the bottom of the slow cooker.
Now, add the roast, ranch dressing, au jus gravy packet and a stick of butter. I cut […]

By |January 26th, 2015|Recipe|0 Comments

Mint Chocolate Valentine Wafers

Make me a Valentine treat that is so sweet!
I affectionately call these Valentine fries. Could be my cute container from Pick Your Plum. Pair that with twine and a cute tag from Pick Your Plum and you have a “Valentine Fries.”
Grab some Strawberry wafers, Andes Mint Chocolate baking chips and some “bling, bling” aka […]

By |January 19th, 2015|Valentine's Day|6 Comments

Top 3 lessons Martin Luther King Jr. & Winnie the Pooh Taught Us

Today, as we do every year, we celebrate and remember an incredible man, leader and believer in the good of the world. His name was Martin Luther King, Jr. and he was a great civil rights leader who dared to “dream”. He dreamed of a world with no hate. A world that believed character […]

Lessons I learned at a Dance Party with an 8 Year Old

Happy New Year from the CSI Project!

There is nothing like a kid to remind you what life is all about.
To help you feel like all you need are stuffed animals to join you at a tea party or a good ole’ fashioned game of Old Maid.
For me, 2015 started off enjoying the simple things […]

By |January 3rd, 2015|Challenge|2 Comments

Easy Christmas Tree Kids Craft

Soon it will be time to start entertaining the kids with an easy, inexpensive Christmas kids craft. Bring on the holiday cheer!
All you need is:
~ 2 to 3 Paper Plates with edges that look like ruffles
~ Paint
~ Toilet Paper Roll
~ Glue
~ Pencil
You can make small Christmas trees with toilet paper rolls or use a […]

Christmas Card Holder

Wood Christmas Tree: Hobby Lobby in Christmas Craft section. 50% off
Beadboard: Had at home
Stain: Bought at Home Depot. Look in paint section
Mini clothespins: Bought at Pick Your Plum a few years ago but have seen them at craft stores
Burlap Christmas Chip board: Bought at Michael’s
Burlap bow with bell: Found at Target in $1 aisle

I […]

By |November 13th, 2014|Challenge, Christmas, crafts|2 Comments