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The gems I found this week:
- Karen at FolkHeart Press posted a series on family folktales
- Amanda at kiddio talked about a must-read parenting book
- Mary Anne Crossno wrote about how the first ten minutes of the day impacts a marriage on Simple Marriage
- Tsh at Simple Mom suggested 20 tips for finding a routine with your kids
- Steph from Live.Love.Eat posted a recipe for zucchini lasagna that I’ll be making once we’re overflowing with zucchini this summer. I can’t wait!
- Jaclyn at The Blossoming Skillet posted a recipe for caramelized bananas.
- Kim at Forever Whenever talked about Peeps
- Amy at The Finer Things posted a recipe for a pizza omelet
- Kristen at Frugal Antics of a Harried Housewife posted a recipe for a pumpkin bundt cake
- Kaycee at In The Moment posted a recipe for orange white chocolate cookies
- Stephanie at A Year of Crockpotting posted a recipe for crock pot rice pudding
- Michelle at Scribbit posted a list of frivolous kitchen gadgets that she covets
- This is food-related, too, but I thought it made more sense under running the home. Tsh at Simple Mom compiled a list of her menu-planning resources
- Renee Tougas of FIMBY (Fun in My Back Yard) posted steps for controlling clutter in kids’ rooms on Small Notebook
- Michelle at Scribbit also posted an idea for tie-dying Easter eggs – not the sixties colorful pattern, but actually using ties
- Amber at Kids Craft Weekly has an series of posts dedicated to eggs – Easter eggs, dyed eggs, cardboard eggs
- Jessica at Zakka Life posted a tutorial for wrapping a gift basket
- Cindy at Skip to My Lou posted a link to a free e-book of Easter crafts. I downloaded the book; it’s awesome!
Do you have a great craft idea that involves a 1/4 yard of fabric or a fat quarter? I’m always looking for some! Send them my way, please!
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