Fabric Flower Baseball Caps

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These caps are too cute and so easy to make.  All you really need is a baseball cap and fabric scraps.  Great for your little girl or to give as an inexpensive, unique gift! They look so sweet on: What You’ll Need: Baseball Cap.  I use these infant/toddler baseball caps. Fabric Scraps Yo-Yo Flower Makers. […]

It’s Totally Ok…

                                                                                                  Source: etsy.com via Stephanie on Pinterest […]

Hibachi Style Japanese Teriyaki Chicken with White Sauce

Hibachi Style Teriyaki Chicken with Veggies, Rice and WHITE SAUCE!

When we lived in Charleston, my husband and I loved ordering takeout from the local Chinese-Hibachi place. Our absolute favorite meal was the Japanese Teriyaki Chicken with White Sauce. We miss it terribly and we’ve finally managed to re-create the meal to a very close knock-off that totally satisfies our craving (and it’s surely a […]

The Faux-Cardigan Tee

Have a shirt that’s too small for your child or one that you just don’t love?  In this tute I’ll show you how to do a quick and easy refashion to turn it into a faux-cardigan tee.  You could even use a too small cardigan and add a faux panel. What You’ll Need: -A cardigan […]

Basics Tutorial: Shirring on a Brother Sewing Machine with Drop-In Bobbin

When I first learned how to shirr on my sewing machine, I had a hard time finding a good tute using a Brother on account of the drop-in bobbin style so I want to share what I find works wonderfully for me (after a lot of trial and error!).  This may sound complicated but I […]

Hanging Christmas Centerpiece

I wanted do something easy and cheap for our Christmas centerpiece and the idea to have it hanging randomly came to me.  I moved our table a bit to center it under the light in the dining area and simply hung some ornaments from it at varying lengths with ribbon.   To do this, I […]

Slow-Cooker Beef and Vegetable Stew

This hearty stew is full of flavor with rich tomato base, tons of veggies, and tender beef. Ingredients:2 lbs. stew meat, trimmed of fat1/2 cup floursalt and pepper2 cups low-sodium V8 tomato juice1 3/4 cup beef stock1 can tomato sauce1 can corn1 can peas1 can green beans1 can stewed tomatoes5-6 large carrots, peeled and chopped8-10 […]

Felt Flower Yarn Wreath

My grandmother loves browns and oranges so I used them as my main colors to make her this wreath for Christmas.  (Don’t worry, she won’t see this.  She doesn’t use computers!)  Since I was making it anyway, I figured I may as well share the tutorial with you.  This could easily be a no-sew project […]

S’mores Bars

My kids love marshmallows and a while back I made these S’mores Cookies after seeing them on Pinterest.  My son went nuts over marshmallows being on cookies (ok, so did my hubby).  I’ve been wanting to try making s’mores bars so I reviewed a few recipes online and picked one closest to the ingredients I had […]

You Know You’re a Mom When…

Photo: Portrait Innovations …You can’t remember the last time you slept in but you know it’s been years. …You find Hot Wheels in your make up bag (and under the couches, TV stand, and in every other room of the house). …You can smell a stinky diaper from 3 rooms away. …You know that it’s […]

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