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Dear Friends, We are so excited to share that our sister site, A Wise Woman Builds Her Home, is hosting a fun October Fall Giveaway!   This month you can get a opportunity to win The Lifegiving Table Book Set that was just released on Tuesday! You can enter to win HERE. Hope you win! […]

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  Fall is here and that means pumpkin time! I am sure you are seeing pumpkin recipes pop up everywhere and rightfully so— pumpkin is a healthy and nutritional choice for many and full of vitamins. So be sure to incorporate some pumpkin into your menus this this season. Today we are sharing three easy […]

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Recently we shared directions on How to Host a Friendship Tea and promised we would share some recipes. Today we are sharing Apricot Tea Scones and Creamy Filled Strawberries. APRICOT TEA SCONES 3 cups all purpose flour 1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon salt 3 teaspoon baking powder 1 stick cold butter 2 eggs beaten 1 […]

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Today we have a special post from our sweet contributor Ana: Hand sewing is the best way to begin the life-long journey of  sewing love. A hoop button project is the best first sewing project for children.  They will learn how to handle a needle and thread to make stitches.  The hoop keeps the fabric […]

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  Have you been wanting to learn how to host an easy Friendship tea? When my girls were growing up we did tea for all kinds of things–birthday party teas, doll party teas, and sometimes we just did it because we wanted to make some scones or cookies and talk. Even as I plan the […]

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  Many years ago when my oldest daughters were about 10 and 15 a friend gave me this book to look through to teach homemaking to my daughters. It was Training Our Daughters to Be Keepers at Home.  I have been asked many times if there was a book or some type of curriculum that […]

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  “But oh, Marilla, will you let me make a cake for the occasion? I’d love to do something for Mrs. Allan, and you know I can make a pretty good cake by this time.” ~ L. M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables     Welcome to the third edition in our Depression-Era inspired crazy cake […]

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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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