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!
Archive for October, 2010
These two examples of the Easy Jewelry Hanger were made by Tammy of Tamara Shilley Designs. They are great examples of different and even easier ways to make this great jewelry organizer!
I realize that Halloween isn’t your typical card sending Holiday, but who has time for Christmas cards anymore? Why not take a moment while picking out your Halloween costumes to create and send a, no calorie, surprise treat to your friends and family?!
Just in time for your Halloween Party! These peanut butter cup brownies are easier to make than they look and they taste great!
This Gourd Birdhouse was truly easy to make! Infact, it would be a great project for kids to make as gifts for parents and grandparents.
These sandals used to be Alex’s favorite pair. So, when they broke she asked me if I could repair them for her. But, sadly, they were gone for good. Or were they?
Old school, Jiffy cakes are great as a base for recipes! No need to worry about over indulging either, cause these cakes are gone in a Jiffy too!
If the decadent wild mushroom soup recipe sparked your interest in mushroom hunting, here’s a book that can help get you started.
It is mushroom hunting season in the Northwest! And the forest floor is loaded with beautiful, hardy mushrooms ripe for the picking. This soup truly celebrates the wonderful flavor, texture and color of wild mushrooms.