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Category Archives: holidays
Have you finished your projects for Creating Something Random? Once a month I will host a link up called Creating Something Random Show and Tell. This will give you the opportunity to share what you created with the month’s secret … Continue reading
Spring is upon us! At least in some parts of the world! I saw on the news this morning that there could be another snow storm headed towards the Northeast. Anyways, who wants to talk about cold and snow when … Continue reading
Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate love! A day to celebrate your spouse, a friend, your children. Sometimes our budgets don’t allow us to celebrate in big fancy ways! There’s times that you need to watch money! I’m sharing … Continue reading
Where has the year gone? It seems like yesterday that we were ringing in 2016! As the new year draws near I’m looking back on all the changes that have happened this year. So here’s 2016 in review.
One of my favorite Christmas movies is Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas. I love the original cartoon version narrated by Boris Karloff! His voice is one of those classic voices that you never forget. I have participated in … Continue reading
I love cookies with m&m’s. In today’s 12 days of cookies I’m sharing chewy m&m sugar cookies with you. These were so easy to make!
12 days of cookies has been a blast so far. Peanut butter blossoms have always been one of my favorite cookies. They are incredibly easy to make and very similar to the candy cane blossoms from earlier this week.
I love peppermint! It’s one of my favorite things about the holiday season! There’s just something about the smell that makes a home so inviting and festive! Candy cane blossoms are somewhat new to me. I have made them before, … Continue reading