A few months ago, I decided to join a quilting group at a local quilt shop with my Aunt. They had many groups to choose from, and we chose one that ran for many months and was on a Saturday morning. The group was making blocks from a pattern book called Farm Girl Vintage by Lori Holt….
– 2×4 Lumber
– Paint (I purchased all Apple Barrel brand paint: Black, White, Bright Yellow,…
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Lego Costume Head
This costume has many parts so I will be breaking apart each part into separate posts. I am going to start with the head and then we will work down the body. This can be customized with any Lego figure head you want. Here is how to get the foundation of the Lego head into place so you can start to build your costume. I have some trial and errors…
Alright folks, today I will be discussing freezer cooking.
Imagine this. You come home after a long day at work and your house smells fantastic. Your crock pot contains a clean, healthy dinner that is ready to eat. Or, you are able to pull a meal out of the fridge and put it straight in the oven or on the grill. If this is something that sounds great to you, youRead More