Month: March 2007

Cracked Up

I can’t believe that Easter is only two weeks away. It feels like we just celebrated New Years. I usually don’t decorate for this holiday. However, I found this fun craft for kids on Family Fun. It’s a fun way to decorate for Easter as […]

Weekend Projects

We spent this weekend working in the garden again. We added an irrigation system to keep our poor plants healthy. While we were looking for supplies we picked up a few additions. Target didn’t have the supplies we needed however they did have a great […]

Intruders in the Garden

This morning I found slugs and snails covering one of my tulip sprouts. Not only that but it looks like they helped themselves to eating two of our basil plants. Grr, looks like we will be looking into some snail deterrents.

Tater Pots

How cute are these tater tot pots I found on Fred Flare.  This would perfect for a little herb garden or for your cubicle plants.

Wonderwoman In Her Field of Hyacinth

Thanks Everybody!

I would like to thank all of you for reading my blog. I love getting your e-mails, comments, and questions. Debbie from (A very talented crafter) wanted to know why we laid down newspapers in the garden. I realized that I didn’t explain our […]

Trying to Take the Not out of

This year I am determined to venture into the world of craftiness. I started with my gardening projects and now I am looking at sewing and knitting. I already have a long list of projects I want to get started I’m just waiting to get […]

It’s the Weekend Everybody

Yeah, it’s Friday. The conference for work is over and I am exhausted. The weather man says it’s going to be a beautiful weekend. So get outside people!

Mirror, Mirror

I was web window shopping and spotted this mirror at Urban Outfitters. It’s a mirror made out of rolls and rolls of recycled magazines. I liked it just for it’s colors and thickness but like it even more when I read it was from recycled […]

Getting the Best of The Baked Goods

I know Elaine from Seinfield said it first but the best part of muffins are their tops. I never bother eating those bland yucky stumps. That’s why I was pleased to see that manufactures have taken a cue from Elaine and have created muffin top […]