I had a lot of fun making these retro/vintage themed tags – here they are for you to print and make use of!
Today’s guest post comes from Tracey Jade Boyer. Tracey is an urban homesteader, blogger, writer and graphical artist. Her passions in life are writing, art, crafting, gardening, cooking and animals. Her blog can be found at www.homemade-by-jade.com and her graphics website is http://jadelynxgraphix.weebly.com/ Thanks, Tracey! – Angela Even if you don’t live off the grid, I think it is […]
Do you feel like a prisoner of your kitchen — like the character Fiona Cleary in Thornbirds? From waking to sleeping she lived in the kitchen and back garden, her stout black boots beating a circular path from stove to laundry to vegetable patch to clotheslines and thence to the stove again. (Thornbirds, p. 11) […]
The kitchen is the heart of our home, and I bet it is for many of you as well. The kitchen is where we do homework, play board games, prepare meals, share meals and, oh yeah, do laundry. So, with a space that is getting this much use, naturally it needs some serious cleaning on […]
The kitchen is often the beating heart of a home. Much more than a place where meals are prepared, the kitchen is often the gathering place for the family. It’s where the kids do their homework, where the adults create delicious dinners and riveting discussions take place around the wide countertops. If you’ve got a […]
Does the bowl of cooked vegetables you put on the table for supper elicit groans from your children? If given a choice, would they rather eat a serving of spinach or a pail of candy? (I think you know the answer.) If that’s the case, you’re not alone. While we know vegetables are packed with […]
Keeping toddlers busy is indeed a challenging task for most parents. Believe it or not, the easier thing to do is to have a toddler help out in a grown-up activity. Baking is one such activity that can be easily adapted for toddlers. Here are tips on how to enjoy baking with your preschooler.