Category Archives: Crafts

Advent: The Coming of Something Important

One of the many joyful things about Christmas is the length in which the season lasts.  Unlike other holidays, with Christmas, we get to bask in the enchantment of the holiday to come for a whooping four weeks!  Full disclosure … Continue reading

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The History of Us

Christmas is an extra cheerful time of year.  When glowing lights are hung lovingly throughout the town, and cold blistery nights offer the perfect excuse to cuddle in just a little bit tighter.  Where family traditions are made, and when … Continue reading

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The Roaring 20′s

Today marks twenty years of having a little sister. That’s right– the sweet little baby girl that came into my life back in 1991 enters the excitement of her twenties today. To mark this new decade in her life, at … Continue reading

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From Candle to Cake

Sometimes, part of the appeal in eating begins with the presentation. Take a cake stand for example. The way the stand elevates treats closer to eye level almost as if to tempt your craving to the max. And how the … Continue reading

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Going Back To My Roots

When I was a kid, I remember using unwanted items to give them new life. Everything from creating hay for my lego farm out of pencil shavings at the age of 5, to creating an earring holder out of ripped … Continue reading

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Tile On Some Fun

If you love word play, you will love this very easy and quick scrabblesque project. Not only will you have hours of entertainment when company comes by, but it will also bring on some bonus home decor when left out … Continue reading

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A Tisket A Tasket

Here is a unique basket idea with two purposes: Holds delightful festive treats. May be reused to plant darling flowers or useful herbs. Here are the very easy steps to follow: Cut three 1″ x 12″ strips of paper for … Continue reading

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