If you’re looking for some easy DIY gifts for Christmas check out this post packed full of great DIY gifts for your family and friends this year! I’m compiling some really great ones that don’t cost much and aren’t complicated.
Each fall I find myself roasting pumpkin seeds for my family. It’s a special treat we love after carving a pumpkin or after cleaning out a pie pumpkin to be roasted for pumpkin pie. My family loves roasted pumpkin seeds.
So toward the beginning of my 30 Days Of Thankfulness Challenge I decided to turn a pallet into a chalkboard pallet! We had our roof worked on recently after one of our lovely Oklahoma storms ripped part of it off. The roofers were kind enough to leave behind two pallets, a crafty girl’s dream :) … Continue reading
I know it’s a day late but I’m posting this 30 Days of Thankfulness Challenge that I’m doing with my small group of teen girls I meet with each week for bible study. I am challenging them to use the guide I made to find one thing each day to be thankful for. The importance … Continue reading
I went to make my homemade peanut butter fudge this afternoon and realized pretty quickly I was out of brown sugar. So I just made a batch in about two minutes and wanted to share with my readers in case you ever need to know how.
I’m headed to a large women’s retreat this weekend to do live art during worship sessions. I have 4 large pieces I’ve been working on for that but also will be taking extra pieces. So while prepping some work to take I tried a new technique that I’m sharing here today. It’s simple, quick and … Continue reading
Football is back, mornings have a chill in the air, coffee houses have their pumpkin and spice drinks out, and I’m craving pumpkin :) Yes I know fall doesn’t officially begin until September 22. That isn’t putting a damper on my excitement for the upcoming season though! Sometimes I want pumpkin dessert but don’t feel … Continue reading
I love gardening! We have a cute little garden each year and grow our favorite veggies without pesticides and organically as possible. Each summer we have been blessed with a nice little harvest. This week I used some of our tomatoes and made some mouth watering spaghetti sauce!