No, this is not going to be a post about the British royal family…though I have been keeping up with the gossip online. “Megexit” is oddly fascinating, but who has time for that? I have my own life to worry about and crafting deadlines to meet! Sheesh, all of that pish posh gives me a… Continue reading You Give me a Royal Headache
Janie “The Craft Princess” has asked some of her fellow crafters to be a part of a 10,000 Thank Yous celebration video hop as a way of saying THANK YOU to her 10,000 subscribers! Ten sponsors, who have been an important part of Janie’s crafting journey, have donated a total of over $450 in prizes!… Continue reading 10,000 Thank Yous!
It sounds gross, but it’s not! I’ll take one with an extra cherry on top, please! “Shake One in the Hay and Spit on It” is soda jerk lingo for a strawberry shake with raspberries on top. These guys had a slang all their own for calling out orders. Soda fountains had handbooks of recipes… Continue reading Shake One in the Hay and Spit on It!
I let the Starbucks ad rope me in at the grocery store. It was chilly outside, I was tired, and I knew I needed to go home and cook after I shopped. So I went to the Starbucks counter and told them to hook me up and add an extra shot. Whatever they gave me… Continue reading Caffeinated Shopping
I like my coffee, but I love when someone makes a cup for me in the morning! I’m impatient and will make a quick cup in the morning using an electric coffee maker. However, my husband and sons prepare their coffee using an Aeropress. That thing will make coffee that will cause your heart to… Continue reading WANTED! Morning Coffee!
ephemera plural : paper items (such as posters, broadsides, and tickets) that were originally meant to be discarded after use but have since become collectibles Got any ephemera lying around? If you’ve got some, use it on a project and share it with us for the Cupcake Inspirations Ephemera challege! I have lots of “ephemera”, but Taylormadecards4u.com happens… Continue reading e·phem·er·a
I have a stash of favorite recipes that I’ve collected over the years. Some of them are cherished family recipes, but the vast majority are my tried and true favorites. I have them written on note cards, old envelopes, pieces of paper and printed from the internet. I needed a recipe book for easy access… Continue reading Flippin’ Recipe Stand