Browsing Archive October, 2010
DIY Braided T-shirt Yarn Headwrap

For those of you who don't sew at all - this is a dazzling no-sew project.  Of course, I copied it from Anthropologie.  Are you tired of me doing that?  Oh well, i guess you'll just have to live with it because I LOVE anthro and can't afford to buy stuff there.  So I copycat.  I have seen many ...

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Healthier Snacking

You know, by now, that we love football. A large portion of our Saturdays is devoted to watching it. AND we like to eat "football food" while we watch. You know-foods that don't require utensils, like burgers, wings, chips and dip. We really like to make onion dip and eat it with pretzels. ...

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Organizing…

Organizing…

so you know, some crafty people aren't always the neatest people.  I fall into that category for sure.  I LIKE things neat...I'm just too busy using the right side of my brain to have to worry about structure and organization.  BUT the fact of the matter is...I am happier when everything is in it's ...

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Fall Supper

Fall Supper

This is what I made last night: Apple Butternut Squash Soup and Chicken Salad Sandwiches. It was really hearty and yummy!  The spices in the soup are curry, cardamom, and mace - well all I had was curry so I added a little bit of ground cloves instead of the cardamom and mace.  You could ...

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Janie and Jack-o-lantern: DIY T-shirt Applique

Janie and Jack is a lovely Children's clothing store. I always love to go in and browse when I visit Orlando. Of course, like everything else I like, it is very expensive.  Sometimes you can find a good sale, but I often want what is in season now. This year they have the cutest Halloween ...

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Ginger Molasses Cookies + Hiking Pics

These have become my new favorite fall cookie.   They are slightly crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside, and they come out of the oven all crackly and sugary.  This is another one of my m.i.l.'s recipes- she bakes a lot, something I try to do, but I tend to lack the patience and ...

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Apple Biscuits

Apple Biscuits

This is a third generation recipe from my husband's side of the family.  Many of them live in the northwest, where apples are prevalent, and so they have lots of wonderful apple recipes.  This is one of my husband's favs and Charlotte and I love it too!  It's simple, and perfect for this time of ...

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Don’t sit under the apple tree…

with anyone else but me..... Hope you all had a nice weekend!  We had a REAL Fall weekend.  It was cold, we had a fire in the fireplace, we went to the Apple Festival, and the leaves are just starting to change. At the apple festival we bought an entire bushel of apples... so I will be ...

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