A recipe for a “Cooky” master mix from a vintage (circa 1955) pamphlet along with a Lemon Drop cooky recipe. (I love being kitschy at Christmas!) . . . → Read More: “Cooky” Mix
Holiday spices in a granola that’s good enough to gift. . . . → Read More: Gingerbread Granola
Ah, wouldn’t a trip to a tropical paradise be great right about now? Can’t carve out enough time to go during this holiday season? Make this spice scrub instead….. . . . → Read More: Maldivian Body Scrub
Yes, you read the title correctly. Have I peaked your interest? Want to know what the heck is Caveman Fudge. Keep reading… . . . → Read More: Caveman Fudge
Make garden markers out of used wine corks and cheap forks. . . . → Read More: Stick a fork in it…
What would be the better gift? Cake or jam or both? . . . → Read More: The Gift of Jam and Cake
OK—no snickering at the title of this post. It could have been worse. I could have simply titled it “wooly balls.” 🙂
I tried to be proactive all year and keep on the look out for cool homemade gift ideas. During the months of November and December, I would like to share . . . → Read More: Felted Dryer Balls
I am posting this late but as of the end of October, I was still picking peppers out of the garden. You never know what you are going to get with Oklahoma weather. It might be mild until Thanksgiving our you might be snowed in for the holidays.
Having . . . → Read More: Jalapeno Relish
Remember the perennial sock monkey?
I still have a vintage one that mom made me back in the day. (I will not tell you how long ago that was.)
When the nieces and nephews were babies, I attempted to make some sock monkeys and even some sock elephants.
I think the elephant is still waiting, . . . → Read More: Sock monkeys for adults
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