I now have a 5th grader. How did that happen? One more year left of elementary school! EEEK! With school wrapping up and Cookout Week ramping up the last week of June, I didn’t get much published this week. And I don’t feel the least bit guilty.
Since I had some artichokes past their prime along with a bunch of baby artichokes on my two plants I made some Cheesy Hot Artichoke Dip and ate half of it myself. Don’t worry if you don’t have fresh artichokes, I normally use canned artichokes for this family recipe.
Welcome to our Happiness is Homemade Link Party 225
Welcome to Happiness is Homemade Link Party 225. We’re happy to have you here and I’m always excited to be your hostess and have the privilege of choosing our weekly features. Enjoy your day and linking and reading and Pinning.
Happiness is Homemade Link Party 225 Features of the Week
You all are so talented. Creating DIY projects, recipes, home decor and crafts of all sorts. I’ve selected a little bit of this and that for this week’s features. Hope you enjoy.
Have you ever bought a bag of marshmallows at the store and bring them home and they are stiff and stale when you open the bag? Not a good thing. But homemade marshmallows are like eating a cloud. Merissa of Little House Living shows us how to make the fluffiest homemade marshmallows. Yummy!
What is worse than untangling Christmas lights and then have them not work? Hanging multiple pieces of art and getting them straight and level. Or having pictures with double hooks. Really hate that one. Lindsay of Repurposed and Upcycle shows us 2 ways to hang pictures that will help you keep your stress level down and have a “picture~perfect” pretty group of art.
have you ever used moss to create a pretty decorative item for your home? I have, but I never thought of making a cake with it. see how Stacey of Poofing the Pillows did just that. What a creative idea to bake a flower~topped moss covered cake.
It’s always nice to welcome guests at your front door. But what about greeting them as they walk to the front door? Tammy of Patina and Paint shows us how to make this welcome garden sign to brighten your front sidewalk, porch or yard.
It’s time to start thinking about 4th of July decorations for our homes. Angie of The Country Chic Cottage shows us how to make this awesome 4th of July table runner. She also has an awesome video to teach us how to make the stencils.
If you have 4th of July decor, DIY projects or recipes to share, please link them because I’ll be looking for some for next week’s features. Have a great week.
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