Sunday, July 5, 2015

MATT DAMON on ELITE & NWO - Amazing Speech On This Evil World

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Eight Free Knit and Crochet Patterns for Valentine's Day

 

Most of these patterns are quick to whip up from your stash and would make for a cute gift, or keep for yourself and decorate for Valentine's Day. 

Starting from the top left to right:
  1. I Love You Pillow 
  2. Hearts Scarf Pattern
  3. Valentine Mug Hug
  4. Cu-Pig
Bottom left to right:
  1. Amigurumi Love Birds - you will need to create an account to download this through Lion Brand Yarn company.
  2. Heart Shaped Cookies
  3. Little Heart Plushy
  4. Crochet Heart Coffee Cozy

Thursday, November 20, 2014

DIY Calendar

I know it is kind of early to be thinking of 2015 but appointments are being made and I need to keep track of them. I like to keep my calendar on the fridge where everyone can see what is going on but I don't want to have loose pages or even just one page up there at a time.
There are plenty off sites out there where you can download your own calendar pages. One of my favorite sites is iMOM. iMom is a great site for printable, inspiration for family fun, parenting, date night ideas and more. I recommend checking them out even if you do not use their calendar pages.
To make your own calendar you will need printed calendar pages, cardboard cut to fit your printed pages, regular white glue and clips or clothespins to hold everything together while it dries.

First you will want to be sure your pages are in the correct order and that paper and cardboard are all lined up evenly all the way around. Clip your paper at the top like this:
Make sure the paper is flat against your cardboard.

Next you will want to put a fine bead of glue at the very top left, middle and right making sure to spread it out evenly with the tip of your glue bottle:
Be sure to let the glue dry overnight before you remove your clips. Your pages will tear off easily from one month to the next. You could also glue some magnets to the back if you wish.

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Free Knit and Crochet Patterns for Thanksgiving

With Thanksgiving fast-approaching, I have been searching the web for quick and easy projects to knit or crochet. Here are some of the projects that I have found and I hope that you will enjoy these as much as I do.

Starting from the left of row on top:
1. Autumn Leaves Placemats
2. Turkey Day Dishcloth
3. Crochet Turkey Coasters & Ornaments
4. Tiny Acorn Pattern
Bottom row starting from the left:
5. It's never too late for Indian corn
6. Squeeze n' Sniff Pumpkin Pie
7. Gobble Gobble finger puppet
8. Autumn Oak Leaf Knitting Pattern

Happy Crafting!


Monday, September 29, 2014

Outdoor Clean-up for Fall Checklist



That time of year is here again when we must start thinking ahead. Before you know it the winter will be upon us and indoors will seem a better option than outdoors. While the weather is still nice and enjoyable there is work to be done. I have put together a checklist for you of the most common things that should be done before the snow comes.


Get your printable here .

Friday, August 29, 2014

Autumn Decor


Although it is still August there has been a chill in the air this  past week during the morning hours. Autumn is on its way. This by far has always been my favorite season. I love the smell, the colors, the sound of leaves crunching under my feet and of course the gourds! Here are some images from around the web that got my creative juices flowing. Now I just need to hit some thrifts stores and a farmers market and start making.
Starting from the top left going around clockwise:
  1. I just like the simplicity of this one, there is no link though. When I brought it up I got questionable pop-ups and my computer started making awful noises. 
  2. Peek-a-boo-pumpkins
  3. A Primitive Place & Country Journal Magazine
  4. The front porch
  5. Pumpkin Bird Feeder 
  6. Fall salt dough ornament decorations