As you can assume by the title of this post, we love crepes. We loved them before, but we found additional admiration for them during our European vacation. We ate them often on our trip. It’s not that we don’t have crepes here in the states, we just don’t eat out often and I can’t think of a crepe place nearby. We’ve always just made
We actually aren’t huge mayo fans. So much so that the store bought jar tends to expire before we use it all. In an effort to have less waste and to use up an egg we always have a plethora of in the fridge, I thought I would try making my own mayo. What I found is that it is amazingly simple and I have
The few weeks leading up to Christmas were cold and/or rainy making it perfect weather to work on inside crafty projects. I got out the sewing machine and made a few Christmas presents. My sewing skills would be considered novice & I typically tend to get in over my head. I have a horrible time understanding the printed directions in a pattern and spend way
Years ago, when I made my first hypertufa & cement projects, I built a bench. It wasn’t pretty, but it was a bench. I’ve always thought it was boring, but didn’t know how to fix it. At some point I decided to try mosaic. I had never mosaiced anything & this bench was a good place to learn. It’s not as if I could really
When I decided to be a vendor at a poultry swap for the first time I knew I had to put together a couple things for the booth. Most importantly was figuring out the cages for the chickens. Next on my list of importance was creating signage that easily stated what we were selling as customers walked by. I came up with an upcycled project
A few years ago I made a cement leaf & since then have been wanting to do it again. I finally did it. I love this craft for a couple reasons. First is just because it’s something different than my typical paper & sewing crafts. Also because it doesn’t have to be perfect. The imperfections make it fun & arty.