Archive for September, 2010
Cute, easy pillow.
“Mercury glass” pumpkins.I think paper mache pumpkins would work.
I have some old skeleton keys in a box somewhere. Now I know what to do with them.
I love this adorable skirt, and I know Piper Ann will too!
We’ve recently jumped on the “muffin tin” wagon here in the 3 in under 3 house and my kids LOVE it! It allows them a variety of foods for lunchtime in bite sized pieces. Here are a couple we’ve had lately.
Pretzel crackers with cream cheese “shmear.” Peanut butter shmear with bananas, turkey rolls, and frosted animal cookies.
Here we have cheez-its, graham crackers with yogurt for dipping, mini pb&j’s, sliced peaches and tiny twizzlers for dessert.
I love thinking in miniature form. If I’m short a food item for one of the spaces, I just put a little juice glass in its place.
FYI, 6 holed muffin tins are a rarity. I have found them at the dollar store, but they rust easily. I think I may spray paint them and then use silicone muffin holders.
Have you guys missed me? I’ve been too busy crafting to blog about crafting….? Anyway, I’m back.
I ran across this quilt tutorial and definitely wanted to give it a try.
When I found out that one of my good friends had a girl, I knew I wanted to make a vintage version of it. I found some really cool feedsack scraps on ebay.
Here’s how it turned out.
There was definitely a lot of cutting taking place!
Emma who is a fan of Livvie Lee on facebook won the giveaway. Congratulations and thanks to everyone who entered!!
The Halloween catalogs have started coming. For my children these are more exciting than toy catalogs at Christmas. They’ve already changed their minds 10 times since the first catalog came last week. They keep asking me “when is Halloween?” I think I might make some sort of version of this Halloween calendar, to remind them.
How cute are these apple boxes?
What a great way to make reverse applique circles.
Adorable Halloween hand towel.
I love this pillow
These washer bracelets are a great craft for kids and really cute too! Instead of sewing on velcro, I think I would just tie the ribbon around the wrist.
This necklace cool.
2 boxes Jiffy corn muffin mix
1 can creamed corn
1 to 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
Chopped jalapenos or bacon would make nice additions
Mix ingredients in a bowl and bake according to directions on box. I’ve made them in a 9×13 pan, as muffins and as mini muffins. All are delicious and kids love them.
Melt some butter in a pan
Smear a tortilla with some peanut butter and some delicious homemade mixed berry jam.
Fold the tortilla in half and brown in the melted butter
Sprinkle with powdered sugar and serve with a little dish of fruit.
The kids will wonder what they did to deserve this!