Healing is slow. Because I’ve spent so much time lying on my couch, I’ve found oodles of great links. I’ll try to spread them out over the coming weeks.
The more blogs I read, the more I am thrilled to be part of the blogging community. There is so much talent here.
This week’s gems:
- Allie at No Time for Flashcards posted a lovely list of Mom-themed books for Mother’s Day (or any day!)
- Allie at No Time for Flashcards also posted an awesome way to make puffy paint with kids
- Felicia at Go Graham Go! suggested inexpensive ways to have fun with kids
- Annie at PhD in Parenting explains why there is no perfect parent
- Beth at I Should Be Folding Laundry talks about how to help a loved one deal with grief
- Tammy at Tammy’s Recipes gives eight suggestions for eating beans without the gas
- Marie at Make and Takes has a quick trick for grilled cheese
- Heather from It’s All for the Best shared a recipe for banana cake at Make It From Scratch
- Jenn from Frugal Front Porch shared a recipe for homemade Miracle Whip at Make It From Scratch
- Jessie at The Hungry Mouse posted recipes for classic cucumber salad, bacon and garlic encrusted pork loin, and basic chicken stock
- The Nester at Nesting Place shared a remodeling roundup for her home
- The Southern Mama at The Southern Home shares how she repainted her garage door (with stunning results)
- The DIY Maven posted a gorgeous DIY windowshade at Curby.com
- The Remodeling Guy posted a repainted screen door project
- Danelle at Homemaker Barbi suggested the best housewarming gifts
- Kimba at A Soft Place to Land gives tips for painting wooden furniture
- Jan at JannyPie Crafts showed us how she created her custom crafting desk
- Jan at JannyPie Crafts also shared a great tip for previewing craft books
- Amy at Crafty Lil Devil shared a baby mobile project that I first saw on Dollar Store Crafts
- Sarah at My Spare Time shares a tutorial for creating a pleated purse
- Sylvia from A Little Bit Prudish shared a DIY Mini Stove for kids on Blissfully Domestic
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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