Browsing Category : Homemaking

2016 Day Planner


Hey guys! It’s that time again…time for a fresh new planner with tons of possibilities! Presenting the 2016 Daily Planner. You can use this to plan your homeschooling days too, but it was designed to be more like a home organizer/day planner.   Included in this planner: Year at a Glance To-Do Lists Bills & Payments Library Book Lists Contacts…

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Quilted Zipper Pouch Sewing Tutorial 2


Hi everyone! If you follow me on Instagram you’ve already seen this adorable little zipper pouch. It’s really easy to make, and I had a requests for a tutorial, so that’s what we’re doing today! –> Download the DIY: Zipper Pouch Printable Instructions here! <– Just because pictures can be difficult to tell size, this is a smaller pouch that…

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Quilted Zipper Pouch Sewing Tutorial


Hi everyone! If you follow me on Instagram you’ve already seen this adorable little zipper pouch. It’s really easy to make, and I had a ton or requests for a tutorial! Just because pictures can be difficult to tell size, this is a smaller pouch that I use for my hand quilting supplies. It measures about 5” wide x 5”…

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WIP Wednesday: Let Them Eat Cake Quilt


Good morning readers! I have another fun WIP post for you today.  Fat Quarter Shop is hosting a Snapshots quilt along benefiting St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. There are some super cute blocks in this quilt along so make sure to check them out! Each month they’re sending out a free block pattern and they just ask for any donation…

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Ham, Egg, & Cheese Bagel Breakfast Sandwich


Hi everyone, I have another fast and easy breakfast recipe for you today! My son loves breakfast sandwiches and he loves bagels. So he’s been asking for these breakfast bagels quite a bit lately. And they’re super easy too, which is just what I need! Ingredients: Bagels Eggs Cheese Ham (You can use sausage patties too!) Butter or cooking spray…

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WIP Wednesday: Playful Petals Quilt


Good morning readers! I have another fun WIP post for you today! I’ve been working on this super cute Petals quilt, and it’s almost done! As soon as I saw the cover of the Playful Petals book by Corey Yoder from Little Miss Shabby I knew I wanted to try and make one. There was only one small problem. I’ve…

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Egg in a Hole


Wondering what to make for breakfast this morning? Kids don’t want cereal again, but you don’t have much time? Try Egg in a Hole! It’s super fast, super easy, and only takes eggs, bread, and a little butter! YAY! Ready, set, go! Ingredients: Bread Round cookie Cutter (Or you can cut out a center hole using a knife.) Eggs Butter…

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How To Applique’ 101 – WIP Wednesday


Good morning everyone! Do you think applique’ is too hard? Don’t worry, I have a step by step guide to help you out today! I’m not sure why, but for some reason just the word applique’ intimidated me. But I started researching YouTube video tutorials and soon decided that it wasn’t so scary after all! So today I’m going to…

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I’m Quilting. Say What? WIP


What’s WIP you ask? It stands for “work in progress”. And I suspect you’ll be seeing a lot of WIP posts from me in the future. I know I haven’t posted much on my quilting projects, but that is because I’m kind of a new addict. So today marks my first, and hopefully not last, WIP post! I started quilting…

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Healthy Lunch Ideas!


Hi everyone! With the new year upon us, I thought it would be a great time to share some healthy lunch ideas with you all. Well, not my ideas, but emeals has some great healthy lunch ideas to help us out! I am getting bored with our lunches, we tend to just go for the same meals all the time.…

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Festive Milk & Donuts!


Yes, you heard me, milk and…um…donuts. What’s better than milk and cookies you ask? Milk and donuts!   Oh dear, when I saw these sweet little glass milk jars I just couldn’t resist. I knew I had to make up a festive little snack just so I could use them! So here we go with another fun and easy holiday…

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How to make a Rag Quilt: Tutorial


  You will need: Self-healing cutting mat Ruler (I have a Fiskars 6’x24” acrylic ruler.) Cotton thread in coordinating color, I used white. Rotary cutter Sharp scissors (I used Fiskars 5” Titanium Micro-tip scissors because I already had them, but Fiskars 8” Softouch Spring Action Rag Quilt Snips are made specifically for rag quilting!) 2/3 yd. each of 5 different…

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