Creativity

 “Fear not, for behold I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.  And this will be a sign for you: you will find a baby wrapped in swaddling cloths and […]

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Rustic, practical, functional, natural, peaceful, relaxing–a farmhouse is a lovely setting during the Christmas season. No, I haven’t moved, but it is my dream to own a farmhouse one day. I long to live out in the tranquil country surrounded by God’s creation. One day I will, but for now our family resides in a […]

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Today we have a post by our sweet contributor Ana of The Lost Apron. Sometimes you are given a t-shirt that you are supposed to wear to school.  These can be for clubs, sports or spirit wear.  T-shirts can be boring.  Next time try restyling it into a cute top.  This t-shirt started as a size large […]

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  Today we have a guest post by JES…   ‘“Is your lemonade sweet enough?” Mrs. Oleson asked. So Laura knew that it was lemonade in the glasses. She had never tasted anything like it.”   ~ Laura Ingalls Wilder, On the Banks of Plum Creek   Lemonade needn’t be saved for summer! As the […]

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Do you remember spending countless of hours watching Little House on the Prairie when you were little? I do, and what fun it would be to rehash some of those old memories with our daughters. One of the ways you can bring back the memories of the Pioneers days would be to cook some food […]

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  There are many mothers out there who want to teach their daughters how to be more responsible and better prepared them in the area of homemaking. One of those ways that we can teach them is by helping them learn how to be more frugal with money. This is one area that will help […]

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  Today we wanted to share a little gem of a book that we have run across on homemaking that we know you will enjoy–it is Mrs. Dunwoody’s Excellent Instructions for Homekeeping. It is old-fashioned and has these cute pictures on the inside that will make you want to keep reading. And Mrs. Dunwoody is […]

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Today our sweet contributor Ana from The Lost Apron is sharing: This Easy DIY Fabric Pumpkin is very simple to make. You can make it in a variety of different fabrics and sizes to enhance your fall decor.  You may use a  cotton (batik Houndstooth  shown) or try using heavier fabrics like a twill or […]

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