Another month has flown by and we’ve rounded all of our projects up in one place just in case you missed one.
This month was all about Halloween and Fall recipes! The Fall/Winter holidays are our favorites and Halloween starts it off with all sorts of fun, crafty, projects. This month we made some simple Halloween decorations for around the house:
These Apple Kabobs are chocolate dipped apples coated in nuts and candy to create fun and delicious treat for your next party!
It’s fall party season, and that means apples! We wanted to come up with a simple, but pretty way to serve apples at this year’s Halloween party. I love caramel apples, they’re delicious AND pretty, but who wants to stand around eating a whole apple when you’re at a party?
These Halloween Treat Bags are simple to make using our “Trick or Treat?” design and your home printer!
Halloween is one of our favorite times of year, I can’t wait to hand out candy to all of the kiddies, and Melinda loves making treats for Sawyer’s classmates. This year we decided to cut down on the candy a bit (I know, I know…we get old and we start taking the fun out of Halloween ;)) by making up Halloween treat bags that have a combination of sweet treats and non-edible goodies.
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Our Day of the Dead Party Frame is the perfect photo prop for your Halloween party!
I host an annual Halloween party and this year the theme is Day of the Dead. My friends and I love getting our pictures taken and with all of the cool sugar skull make-up/masks this year Melinda and I wanted to make a fun frame to use as a prop for the party photos.
10 Non-edible Trick or Treat Ideas that will ensure your house doesn’t get toilet papered.
Soon it will be candy overload time. Don’t get me wrong, I love taking my kids trick or treating but the amount of candy they bring home is a bit much. I have younger kids so I’m only trick or treating for an hour and even in that short amount of time they accumulate several pounds of candy! Don’t get me wrong, I’m not anti-candy by any means, I’m just saying there needs to be a balance.
These kid-friendly Spinach Lasagna Roll-ups make getting your kids to eat their vegetables a little easier.
I don’t know how it is at your house but getting my 4 year-old to eat his vegetables, much less try new ones, is no easy task. I’m not against using a few tricks to slip some healthy veggies in unnoticed though!
A Personalized Monogram Frame is a great gift for weddings and anniversaries. In this tutorial we show you how you can make your own.
For those of you who have been following along at home. The rustic bridal shower we have been helping a friend plan is finally over…and it was a success :). The final project we worked on for it was a gift for the bride-to-be, so we had to keep it a secret until after the party…which wasn’t easy since neither Melinda or I are any good at keeping secrets!
I can’t imagine anything better than a hearty robust stew this time of year. I’ve put together 10 Savory Stew Recipes that will warm the heart and put a smile on your face.
These Braised Short Ribs are cooked low and slow all day, until they are fork tender and melt in your mouth.
Melinda and I do a lot of party planning and as much as we love our families sometimes we need to get out of the house to be able to focus. When Gold Peak Coffee asked us to spread the word that they are available in new markets it was perfect timing because we had just
been asked to help plan a bridal shower for a friend. Trying to do that from home is always hard, there are a million distractions, kids, husbands, pets…it’s so much easier (and more fun!) to meet up at our favorite restaurant, have a nice steak and talk about plans over a cup
of coffee and a piece of cake.