Does your fairy garden NEED a place to hang freshly washed fairy tutus? No, but who wouldn't fall in love with this cute little addition to your garden? Supplies: Wooden skewers or thick pieces of wire for the clothesline posts Jute or cotton string for the clothesline Tulle Ribbon or miniature flowers Miniature clothesline pegs (we… Continue reading Fairy Garden – Fairy Clothesline
After a year of weekly crafting, I have a plethora of crafting supplies. Some of them, like the glitter left over from our Thinking Putty, I consider to be the the herpes of the crafting world. Whenever you use it, it ends up everywhere. I am constantly worried that it is multiplying in my craft… Continue reading Fairy Lantern
These super easy and cute little mushrooms will brighten up everyone's day. Supplies: Rocks Nail polish Glue Instructions: Find rocks that will work for a stem and the mushroom cap. Paint the stem with white nail polish. Let dry. Paint the mushroom cap with red nail polish. Let dry. Paint white spots on the mushroom… Continue reading Fairy Garden – Rockin’ Mushrooms
I had the opportunity to travel to Europe and spend hours at the British Museum, the Louvre (yes, I gazed upon the Mona Lisa) and various other museums that I thoroughly enjoyed. There’s a new exhibit at the Museum of London that is quite intriguing and I might be one of the only people I know… Continue reading Mona Lisa or Fatberg!
Growing up, we spent a lot of time with my oma. Days were spent helping her dig holes and pull weeds in her expansive garden. She had mobility issues in her later years due to a bad hip, so nothing made her happier than having someone who could operate a shovel and weelbarrow at her… Continue reading Preserving Memories
Ginza Smoke House is the newest restaurant to open in our city. It’s a Japanese restaurant with a completely different ambience than any restaurant we’ve had here before. Most of our restaurants/bars have sports playing on a couple of large tv screens placed around the room. Walking into Ginza, I noticed the music and the… Continue reading Lightweights
January brought the usual feeling of, "I ate and drank way too much and I may need to call a repairman because my dryer seems to be shrinking all of my clothes." Regardless of how we may or may not have overindulged in December, we still need to have a monthly party to get our… Continue reading New Year, Same You Party