The fall harvest, prolific gardens, bulk discount stores, or weekend cooking frenzies. We often find ourselves with an abundance of deliciousness, but full bellies. So what to do with long-term leftovers and extra ingredients? As it turns out, your freezer is just as suited to hold fresh ingredients and homemade dishes as commercial pizza rolls and popsicles.
Simple barrel shades, covered in the perfect fabric, everytime.
Fashion Week September 2009
I should be packing right now, as we leave for John Denver country in just a few hours, but I decided it would be much more fun to talk to you. (I'll be researching restaurants for my upcoming grassfed/organic travel guide, Sustainable Suppers on the Road. I love jobs where you get to eat!)
Also. I wanted to tell you about this purse:
I made it from a pair of pants that finally quit on me after five years. Here's the...
Check out the FREE downloadable PDF of this minimal yet elegant paper dock for iPhone and iPod Touch.
Call me an old fart, but I really think all SLRs--D or otherwise--should be black. Pentax, however thinks differently. Their new entry-level DSLR, the K-x comes in red. And white, navy blue and--thank goodness--black.
American Clay Natural Earth Plasters are just that: a natural that produces no off-gases. Their manufacture also relies on recycled and reclaimed aggregates, which only makes me love them more. That and they are DIYable.
One contractor grade cardboard tube + a bit of time = nearly instant bookshelf.
From Kootoyoo: "I had originally purchased only 1 tube to make a toy box for the smallest...it kicked around the floor of the craft room for a while & I'd done nothing with it.All the while I'd been enjoying posts from this tumblr.
...then I got to thinking how they'd be wonderful as a bookshelf & that's what I've done...
Coupons, grocery-list, discount card...with one hand on the shopping cart, and the other grabbing your goodies, how are you supposed to hold all your grocery shopping extras?
Well...with one of these: a handmade, repositionable, velcro-attached cart caddy.
- Two complimentary pieces of Fabric
- Stiff interfacingCoordinating Double Folded Bias Tape
- Pins or stapler
Historically, they were called blackboards, and then sometime in the mid-20th century, they became green, and thus chalkboards. Now, you can turn anything chalkable, but are mostly limited to the original black.
"The Craft at Home blog has a recipe that makes any acrylic paint of your preference chalk-friendly, though darker colors are still more effective as an actual writing surface. That recipe requires powdered tile grout and...