It’s the last weekend before Christmas and you’ve realized that not only are you very much NOT ready. You still haven’t shopped for everybody on your list. And you forgot about your kids teachers, that nice neighbour who always shovels your sidewalk, and your favourite co-worker who makes going to work more bearable. Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered.
Every Christmas I love to give poinsettias to my friends and family as gifts. I usually get mine from the grocery store to save money, but they often look a little plain. Here’s some simple ways I decorate my poinsettias so they look pretty and perfect for holiday gift giving.
Have you ever looked at those beautiful images of charcuterie boards on Pinterest or Instagram and wished that somehow you could put one together? But you felt so overwhelmed. How do I pick the meats? What about the cheeses? How do I make it look pretty? What about keeping costs down?
You’re in luck.
I’ve assembled an easy guide to make your perfect charcuterie board, including some options for my friends who don’t eat pork.
Don’t be intimidated. If you’ve made a meat and cheese sandwich or set out a plate of cheese and crackers, you can do this.
P.S.- It’s pronounced char-koot-air-ree. You’re welcome. 😉
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For the longest time I’ve had an irrational fear of processing pumpkins. It just seemed overwhelming. How would I cut them? Why did the guts have to be so gross to deal with?
Then as pumpkin puree climbed to $4 a can, I decided enough was enough.
Are your plastic flowerpots looking a little tired this year? Give them a quick and easy makeover with two cans of spray paint and a little bit of creativity. I’ll show you how you can transform your pots from blah to wow with this easy DIY.