It’s that time of year again when that note from school comes home and you think to yourself – there is no way it’s Valentine’s Day already! Before you read the note you already know it means work so you prepare yourself!
I just couldn’t just stop with one new type of egg this year so wanted to find one more. I saw someone wrap plastic eggs with pipe cleaners on Pinterest and they were just beautiful. I didn’t have pipe cleaners in the pretty Easter colors but what I did have was an overabundance of yarn. Continue reading →
We have a huge hydrangea bush at our house and I have never really thought about using them for decorations. Well, maybe for dried arrangements but not fresh. I was trying to think of a 4th of July centerpiece, as I was picking up tree clippings, and saw the hydrangea’s. Just white they are beautiful but since I am a little paint happy lately I wanted to try red and blue. Continue reading →
A great way to decorate for the 4th of July is tissue poms. I use them for many things as you have seen such as bows for presents or decorating a room. Last year I tied each individual pom to the roof of our gazebo and it took me over an hour to get them up. Not this year! Continue reading →
I love-making caramel puffcorn! I for sure make it every Christmas – I love how it makes the house smell. The one thing that is a bit of a pain is the hour it takes and the multiple stirring times. I found a few microwave versions but really like this one the best because it really coats all the corn and I did a few things a little different. 10 minutes vs. 60 minutes and it tastes the same! Continue reading →