If you have that long shirt or short dress in your closet that you just can’t figure out how to wear, if you have the problem of “chub-rub” or if you are just looking for something fun and flirty to wear this summer, you will love these lace undershorts!
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Flakey Valentine’s Hearts (but I’m not bitter or anything like that 😉 .
I may be in love with puff pastry! Honestly, it’s a big commitment to make, so I can give myself a few pats on the back for that at least! Those of you who are actually in love may want to save the time for your sweety and just buy the puff pastry at the store.
These Valentine’s treats aren’t super sweet so they will pair well with a big box of chocolates. (Or, in my case, a huge box of wine!)
Summer’s bounty has arrived in the Northwest! Blackberries are bursting on the vine and blueberries are bouncing on the bush! (Ok, hokey, I know…) I’m always looking for another way to enjoy some of my favorite berries and this Black and Blue Berry Salsa is a Big Winner!
If you’ve ever found two yards of fantastic fabric and wondered what you could do with it, this is your project! It is probably one of the simplest sewing projects I’ve ever done. Just about anyone could put together this fabulous frock!
We found this junky little table in the garage. It was obviously built with scrap lumber and had suffered years of hard use and neglect. That made it the perfect candidate for a fun make-over!
I love using concrete paving forms to create paths and patios. They’re the non-perfectionists pal. No need to spread sand or remove every little rock. Just clear a spot and start building 🙂 Check-out my video.
These Feta Spinach Pockets really do make the perfect lunch! Whip up a loaf on a Sunday afternoon and you’ll have something great to look forward to on Monday 🙂
The big, bright, orange pumpkin is perminently linked with Halloween. For the kids, the fun is in making a crazy Jack-o-lantern that they will eventually get to smash! For the adults, it’s harvesting all those tasty pumpkin seeds!
If you watch a lot of home and garden television or read a lot of related magazines, you may be under the impression that good composting requires a degree in chemistry! The experts have a way of making natural things seem so complicated. (No wonder people buy compost in hygenically sealed bags instead of making their own!)
Removing wallpaper isn’t glamorous or exciting, but it’s something that most homeowners will eventually run into. In this video, I show you how even the most difficult removal job isn’t impossible!