Before my favorite posts, I want to give a mention to Meghan from Half-Pint House. She’s trying to pay her way to the Savvy Blogging Summit in July and Relevant in October by making and selling business card holders and other fabric wares. I ordered a card holder for our library cards and another for my business cards. Would you consider a purchase to help her out?
Here are some gems I discovered found in my feed reader today:
- Amberlee at Giver’s Log and her readers shared suggestions on sibling gifts when a new baby is born
- Michelle, the Muffin Tin Mom, posted a preschool scavenger hunt
- Allie posted a shell sorting activity at No Time for Flash Cards
- Blue Eyed Freckle posted a fun art activity for the bathtub
- Mandi shared ideas for making summer memories at home at Simple Mom
- Aimee at Simple Bites posted 20 kitchen hacks
- Faith at The Kitchn posted 10 quick and easy stir fry recipes
- Melissa at Life in a Peanut Shell posted homemade Twix
- Nicole at Baking Bites posted orange sour cream cake
- Naveen at Little Stomaks posted 10 facts about calamari
- Mary at Make It From Scratch posted beet, carrot, and feta salad
- Ree, the Pioneer Woman, posted olive focaccia
- Caroline at Morningside Mom posted a funny story about a snake in her kitchen
- Jaime at Prudent Baby posted a mural made from yarn
- Sarah at The Kitchn posted 10 ways to clear out condiment clutter
- Kelly at Almost Frugal wrote about resisting the temptation to buy
- Josh at Becoming Minimalist wrote that your life is too valuable to live like everyone else
- Tammy from Rowdy Kittens guest posted 11 ways to avoid becoming a workaholic at Zen Habits
- Trent at The Simple Dollar posted 5 reasons we should be thinking about Christmas now
- Brooke at Crafting Chicks posted a wonderful photo album for Dad. I know Father’s Day is past, but maybe Dad’s birthday?
- Carina at Carina’s Nirvana posted a free fabric flower pattern
- Kirstin and Jordan and Kojo Designs posted a sweet summer dress for little girls
- Jen at Paint.Cut.Paste. painted pet rocks. I will never forget that we painted rocks for my Grandpa, and he kept those rocks until the day he died. My Grandma still has them.
- Cheri from Kitchen Simplicity wrote about mom guilt at Simple Mom
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