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We love sharing great deals to bless homemakers! Today we are sharing the “Who Was” Book Series and most of them are $2.97 to about $5 for the paperback!   They include but are not limited to: Who Was Abraham Lincoln? Who Was Hellen Keller? Who Was Steve Jobs? Who Was Thomas Edison? Who Was […]

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Today our sweet contributor Ana from The Lost Apron is sharing: How to Cut Fabric Without a Rotary Cutter The easiest way to cut fabric in a straight line is with a rotary cutter.  No question!    But, I do not recommend children using a rotary cutter.  Also, if you are new to the sewing scene, […]

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  It’s okay. Be calm. You’ve got this. There’s still time! Yes, it is really the LAST DAY to get The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle 2017 and it ends at 11:59 EST tonight! We know that time flies and can’t believe the last day is here either-but we put together this post to help you get it […]

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Today we have a post from our sweet contributor, Ana, from The Lost Apron:   Learn to Sew Drawstring Pouch is a child tutorial beginner project. This is part of a series in Teaching Children to Sew.  This is a way to teach your child to sew (even if you don’t know how.) There are instructions […]

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We are into the season of Lent and Easter is just a little over three weeks away. The birth of our first grandchild Gavin five weeks ago has resulted in me remember all of the things we used to do as a family when our kids were little. One of my fondest memories is coloring eggs with them […]

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Today we have a post from our sweet contributor, Ana, from The Lost Apron: How to Repair a Hole.  Sometimes your polo shirt or t-shirt gets an annoying little hole.  It doesn’t look that bad at first, then it begins to grow and be more noticeable.  Then you may even stop wearing it because you […]

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We have shared a Booklist for Daughters in the past that many of you were blessed from and we wanted to let you know that recently our sister site shared a list for young girls ages 10-14 (and if a good reader even earlier than that).       You can find Wholesome Books for […]

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Today we have a post by our sweet contributor, Jenny, from The Sweet Stuff:   Valentine’s Day is over and we sit in the season between holidays, but that does not mean our acts of love or our spirit of celebration must hibernate before the next calendar holiday. One of the blessings of raising children, […]

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