Share List This week we’ll have to see how it goes – I have a lot of work to get done and Maddie has a late band practice one night. Last week we had to improvise Thursday night – Maddie went to a Soccer game and I got home later than usual. Todd started breakfast for dinner before we got home and had the bacon all done – so we >> Get the Recipe!
Share List I love these big chunky rings – and the best part is they’re easy to make for yourself! I buy ring “blanks” at Hobby Lobby for about $2.50 for around a dozen – and hot glue any manner of thing on them. Here are what the blanks look like: Here’s one I made last night from the Fabric Flowers we made a few weeks ago. The best part >> Get the Recipe!
Share List Lots of bloggers post their weekly menu plans, so I thought I’d jump on the bandwagon and let you all know what’s going on the table in Hillville this week. I just got back from picking up my Bountiful Basket of fruit and veggies, so that will deinitely figure prominently in my menu. If you havent checked out this food co-op, give it a loo – i save >> Get the Recipe!
Share List My kids are nuts….about nuts…. Well truthfully they like trail mix, but I was really tired of spending a ton of money and getting baggies of raisins back in their lunches. I finally got smart, asked them what they LIKED in trail mix, and started making my own. I dont even get the baggies back anymore….. It’s pretty straight forward – the mixture above has M&Ms, chocolate chips, >> Get the Recipe!
Share List A few months ago I was invited to a Pampered Chef party at the Team Jones clubhouse – and I was so excited because I got to see Princess A – the super adorable. I had to bring her a little gift, so I found this tutorial online for easy Mary Jane Slippers and gave it a try. They were super fast and easy to make – I >> Get the Recipe!
Use these easy to follow instructions to build yourself a tote bag out of cloth napkins. You can use these instructions for regular fabric also if you don’t have napkins to start with.