If you are like me, and you were wanting to do something with your little ones for St. Patrick’s Day, but you didn’t get around to planning anything yet, I’ve got the perfect craft for you! It takes hardly any supplies, and they should be ones you have hanging around the house (literally hanging… like on a toilet paper holder!). What you will need is: A toilet paper roll Glue dots, hot glue, or staples Glue or spray adhesive and glitter, or markers, or whatever you want to use to decorate 1. Cut the toilet paper roll into slices. These
Pumpkin and chocolate go so well together, in this vintage Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe! When Dan and I first got married, I came across an OLD church cookbook that was from when Dan was in Sunday School as a kid. As I flipped through the recipes, I saw one that his mom had submitted for Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies. Now, being a new daughter-in-law, I thought maybe I’d score some brownie points by making my mother-in-law’s recipe to share at the next family gathering. When I showed up with the Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies, my mother-in-law told me the
I am planning to homeschool my kids, and I would like to start Miss Magoo with preschool this fall, since she turns 4 in November. However, since I’m having a baby at the beginning of August, I figured I’d better get started on preparation for the homeschooling preschool school year before I get wrapped up in a brand new baby. Since I’m usually a procrastinator, I know that if I don’t get things started right away, I’ll be trying to create a classroom space, figure out materials, get supplies, and more, all in between nursing a new baby! I don’t
This headband is really easy to make, and doesn’t require a sewing machine! And the best part is, you don’t even have to buy fabric for it- just find an old t-shirt you don’t want anymore and a hot glue gun, and you’re ready to go! I have a lot of clothes lying in a box from BK (before kids). Part of me thinks that I’ll eventually fit back in to them, but another part thinks, “Good grief! Let’s just get rid of them!” (Confession: I am definitely suffering from Cabin Fever, and I’m ready to throw everything in our
My husband loves pineapple upside down cake, and has been asking me to make it for a while. While I was looking at different recipes, I decided it might be fun (and easier for him to take to work) if I made it in cupcake form. So, I concocted a little recipe for Pineapple Upside-Down Cupcakes and I think they turned out pretty well. Print Pineapple Upside-Down Cupcakes Prep Time 10 mins Cook Time 20 mins Total Time 30 mins Course: Dessert Author: Coffee With Us 3 Ingredients 3 Tbsp Butter 1/2 cup Brown Sugar 8 oz can
Make your own homemade granola and save money, plus control what goes into it! My husband LOVES granola. I grew up with my mom making homemade granola, and when I got married I was aghast at the price of granola! It’s outrageous! So I asked my mom for her recipe. I’ve made some changes to the recipe through the years, but that’s the awesome thing about it– it’s very fail-proof. If you have different taste than me, you can change things up, and you’ll still get a great outcome! I always make twice the recipe, but I don’t double it.