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Fun Easter Decorations

Friday, February 24th, 2012

Spring will soon be upon us which will bring green grass…..tulips….dogwood blossoms……and Easter. I was browsing through some photos today and saw several things that would make cute Easter decorations……always have to have something special for the little ones))) And, the not so little ones too! This great idea is on the Better Homes and […]

Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup

Sunday, February 19th, 2012
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Some days just call for chicken noodle soup. Kids love it, it’s hot, it’s a recipe that hard to mess up! Open a couple of cans…..or make the homemade kind. We have it both ways at our house, just mainly depends on how quick we need something hot. Since I was already cooking chicken today […]

Decorating Your Windows for Valentines

Saturday, January 7th, 2012

Browsing on Pinterest this morning and ran across the cutest Valentine decoration and perfect project for kids to do, with a little assistance. This Valentine Garland was created by Anna at Noodlehead. Please visit her blog for more photos and instructions, but it sure looks easy enough! Colorful pom poms threaded on to clear transparent […]

Felt Ball Garland

Saturday, December 3rd, 2011

Had a few minutes to surf around on Pinterest tonight…..and ran across the cutest felt ball garland. But even better than that I learned something! Now….see….all this time I’ve been telling you how much you would enjoy browsing on Pinterest…..I learn something every time I go there! It’s educational and inspiring! This felt ball garland […]

Gingerbread Houses

Saturday, November 12th, 2011
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I was browsing through some old photos tonight and ran across some photos of gingerbread houses my daughter, grandchildren and I made a few years ago. Looks like it’s time to start making them again!

Paper Mache Pumpkins

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

Paper mache pumpkins created by the good folks at Martha Stewart. Know what I like best about these pumpkins…..they are practically free! A few balloons, tissue paper and the most expensive thing would be the battery powered lights. To see more photos and the directions, just visit the Martha Stewart page. Thanks Martha!

Salt Dough Snowflake Christmas Oranment

Saturday, October 8th, 2011

Snowflakes and cookies…..anything sweet is all go for Christmas! This Snowflake Cookie ornament was created by Better Homes and Gardens and here’s there recipe: These snowflakes aren’t edible, but they’ll definitely look sweet on your tree. To prepare the dough, mix 1/2 cup salt, 1 cup flour, and 1/2 cup water until sticky. Roll it […]

Candy Corn Favor by Skip to My Lou

Monday, August 8th, 2011

Cute Candy Corn favor…..great for packaging those special Halloween treat, school parties and more. This free printable is found on Skip to My Lou. Just click on the image to go there to download the free printable. Easy instructions, all you need in card stock paper, double stick tape and a little tissue paper. You […]

Ice Cream Tag – Free Printable!

Saturday, August 6th, 2011

Summertime means ICE CREAM! Ice parties, ice cream sundaes, old fashioned hand cranked or electric (really now, electric freezers are better than the old hand cranked ones…). These free printable Ice Cream Tags were created by Amy Moss at Eat Drink Chic and all you have to do is click on the photo to go […]

Balloon Wreaths

Sunday, July 24th, 2011

Need another craft project to use up your bits and pieces of ribbons and stuff? Here’s a great looking one especially if you have birthday parties and summer celebrations coming up. This first photo is from “Catch My Party” blog. It’s from Kate P’s party. So colorful and cheery! The addition of simple pipe cleaners […]


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